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NOW is online and on its way to GCN member mailboxes: In issue 5, find our insightful, expert guide to smart human resources practices; the secrets of MedShare’s leadership transition success; and Allen Proctor’s “dual business” model—a smart approach to money-making for money-losing operations. Plus: a conversation with Atlanta Ballet’s CEO and board chair, Alicia Philipp on grantmaking and new projects from The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, the Momentum initiative’s impact on the lower coast, and more.
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According to Allen Proctor, speaking at a 2013 GCN member event, every nonprofit needs a “dual business model” that includes profitable services that fund money-losing mission-centric programs.
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A recent survey of Atlanta nonprofits found that only a third of nonprofits have a succession plan in place, leaving their organizations vulnerable when senior leaders depart. At a recent GCN member event, Senior Consultant Mary Bear Hughes shared survey results and explored the issue with a panel of nonprofit leaders. Read more
GCN and The Home Depot Foundation started the Nonprofit Impact Awards to help answer that question. In a series of case studies, available exclusively to GCN members, our first-year winners showcase victories of scale, innovation, awareness and collaboration. Learn more
GCN’s latest economic impact study quantifies the powerful and growing contribution of Georgia nonprofits to our state’s economy and offers recommendations to leverage our strength.
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Each month, we publish a “member story” –- highlighting great causes, chronicling progress made, identifying challenges, and celebrating accomplishments. This month, we feature: Food Allergy Kids of Atlanta.
Find out how one working mom, with little funding and no full-time staff, turned two orange fliers into a state-wide movement that’s directly helping more than 700 families, and fighting to protect thousands more. Read their story.
The giving continues! Learn how your nonprofit can take part in Georgia Gives Day, GCN’s free, year-round giving platform, and access new tools to leverage social media to fund your mission.
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Momentum. Nonprofit CEO Peerspectives. Taking Measure. Georgia Gives Day. In 2012, GCN introduced and expanded initiatives that are helping Georgia nonprofits build their strategies, generate new resources, and develop leaders. Read our Annual Report
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