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Top Nonprofit Marketing Mistakes That Cost Money

Top Nonprofit Marketing Mistakes That Cost Money

One of my favorite days of the year is Super Bowl Sunday – and this last one was no exception. The big game is not the only reason the day is interesting – the commercials are always a highlight. While our team is a fan of proactive corporate social responsibility...

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9 Lessons from a Founding Father of Social Enterprise

9 Lessons from a Founding Father of Social Enterprise

I knew of Jerr Boschee long before I met him – he is a legend in the social enterprise space. I now am lucky enough to count him as a close friend and mentor. A standout in the field, he has held many noteworthy positions throughout his career. He is a former CEO...

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Do You Have an Impact Culture?

Do You Have an Impact Culture?

In January 2018, we named it the year of collaboration. We practice what we preach by collaborating with partners to ensure the social sector gets easy-to-digest, actionable information to energize our work. We partnered with one our favorite like-minded...

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