Laurel O’Sullivan, principal and founder of The Advocacy Collaborative, says we need to talk about advocacy as a leadership strategy and a driver for advancing mission with impact. Read about the AdvocacyForward framework that gives advocacy the same management primacy as fundraising or programs.
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Posted by Christine Strigaro on September 11, 2015
Alliance for Justice’s Foundation Program has been reading and chronicling some fantastic articles, books, and blogs this month. In response to this great content, we champion great reads every month from the philanthropic community. This month’s compilation includes articles on the anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, collective impact, “strategic” philanthropy, and more!
Posted by Natalie Roetzel on September 11, 2015
This Thursday, September 17, Alliance for Justice’s Texas Office will participate in the 7th Annual North Texas Giving Day. This event, which was founded in 2009 by the Communities Foundation of Texas, raises millions of dollars for nonprofit organizations in Dallas and surrounding communities.
Posted by Andrew Phifer on September 10, 2015
Forced arbitration is a pernicious practice that shuts everyday Americans out of court when they are defrauded by big business or discriminated against at work. But did you know that forced arbitration is often a problem for our senior citizens in nursing homes? Learn how advocates across the country are rallying support to remove forced arbitration from nursing home contracts and how you can join.
Posted by Sue_Hoechstetter on August 26, 2015
The Foundation Center reports on a recently held an event on the relationship between advocacy and philanthropy, why and how foundations support advocacy, and more. The panelists from George Gund Foundation and the Center for Community Solutions, highlighted how Bolder Advocacy’s legal and capacity assessment tools can help.
Posted by Andrew Phifer on August 25, 2015
Saturday, August 29, 2015, will mark the ten-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina’s landfall on the Gulf Coast, and President Obama will be in New Orleans on Thursday to honor the anniversary and celebrate the region’s resilience and steady progress. After such a devastating storm, how was this region able to steadily make progress toward recovery?