Knowledge Speaks; Wisdom Listens
“Knowledge Speaks, But Wisdom Listens.” This quote is usually attributed to philosopher extraordinaire, Jimi Hendrix.
March 2, 2023 / Jeff Comfort /
Philanthropy Wired: January 2023
Needs, wants, desires, and yes, sometimes fantasies. The new year brings with it the opportunity to evaluate and reframe, plan, and execute. The question for most organizations at any stage is what’s next, what can be accomplished, and what’s needed to bridge the divide between the current and the desired state.
January 26, 2023 / Philanthropy Wired /
The U.S. Inflation Reduction Act Calls on the Nonprofit Sector to Think Creatively
U.S. government spending is often subject to the political climate, with the budgets of federal agencies fluctuating from one Congress to another. This requires nonprofit organizations to keep a close eye on current events
November 1, 2022 / Cory Sinclair /
Philanthropy Wired: August 2022
The news is replete with examples of the dark alleys of today, enabled by the Dark Web, unscrupulous crowd funding sites and “reputable” institutions.
August 6, 2022 / Philanthropy Wired /
Risk Assessment Services
Know Your Customer (KYC) Due Diligence is an imperative first step when looking to establish a long-term relationship with a client; one which contributes to the success of a business operating in any industry.
July 7, 2022 / Ammna Nasser /
The Role of the Environmental Scan in Strategic Planning
Your organization may be preparing to develop a strategic plan, whether to provide direction to a fledgling nonprofit, to breathe new life into an established organization, to respond to the rapid changes in technology, or to disruptions in funding, leadership, or the competitive landscape.
June 6, 2022 / Cory Sinclair /