Managing the Nonprofit Facility: Renovations and Construction

Friday, December 12, 2014
| by Guest Contributor |

One of the most challenging tasks for many nonprofit organizations is the job of adapting their physical facilities to their evolving functional needs within the...

The nonprofit facility is often constantly evolving. From routine and cyclical maintenance to meeting the needs of a new mission-critical program, existing facilities may need to be expanded, renovated, or reconfigured; or a new facility may need to be planned and built. Projects have to be put together to achieve those results.

A record-breaking third Georgia Gives Day!

GCN President and CEO Karen Beavor reports on a record-breaking Georgia Gives Day 2014 in this letter to the nonprofit and philanthropic communities, released on...

The Georgia Center for Nonprofits recognizes the critical role of nonprofits to thriving communities and that is why we feel so strongly about bringing greater public awareness to their work and worth. Georgia Gives Day is our beacon call for people in communities across the state to join us in our work and help raise needed resources to accomplish it. 

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