DEI – 4 Key Questions to Ask

Contributed by Amira (Mira) Barger, MBA,CVA,CFRE,  PRG Associate Consultant – Philanthropy & DEI  The questions organizations can be asking themselves right now to advance their own commitment and actions to diversity, equity and inclusion. In the wake of recent and ongoing protest across the nation, many nonprofit organizations are seeking ways to address racial injustice. […]

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Youth in Arts Reaching More Families through Live Streaming Art

Children are not oblivious to the tensions churned up by a worldwide pandemic. Parents are searching for ways to maintain some sense of normalcy and learning opportunities. Kristen Jacobson stepped up to the challenge, and turning to the internet seemed a logical choice. “As a mom in Marin, with kids in the school system,” Jacobson

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Becoming Independent

Our Heroes Like the people they support, Becoming Independent embraces resiliency. Since the COVID-19 Shelter in Place order, Becoming Independent has continued to provide essential services to some of the North Bay community’s most vulnerable citizens, adults with developmental disabilities. Becoming Independent staff worked diligently to find creative ways to utilize virtual platforms that allow

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COTS Volunteer KC Greaney

Our Heroes KC Greaney was selected by COTS as PRG’s “Hero of the Week.” “We have a volunteer, KC Greaney, who has spearheaded a mask-making campaign for COTS residents and staff. She is also providing masks for other organizations such as Petaluma People Services Center and Meals on Wheels. She has not only made hundreds

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Our Heroes Whistlestop’s Calm, Focused Effort to Help Our Neighbors in Need Now more than ever, our older adult community is relying on us. We are hearing from our neighbors who are hungry, friends who feel frightened and alone, and family members who are worried about the wellbeing of their loved ones. Our message to

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So, What Are Giving Circles?

Giving Circles – A Funding Source Often Overlooked by Nonprofits Contributed by Serena M. D’Arcy-Fisher and Michael Howe, PRG Associates  Today’s giving circles are built on traditions dating back over a hundred years, as mutual aid societies and other forms of giving in support of communities. In the United States, giving circles were initially composed

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What Major Donors Really Want After Making Big $ Bets

At Partnership Resources Group, we’ve spent most of our time over that last 25+ years helping boards and nonprofit leaders achieve their fundraising goals. We work directly with talented and committed CEOs, Development Directors, Development staff, Board members and volunteers who, together, are the backbone of any successful campaign. Perhaps our greatest joys, however, come

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News Flash

Elliot Levin is participating in the AFP Golden Gate Chapter’s Spring Forum. As the Development World Turns–Vu Le On the Evolution of the Field Other panelists include Amira Barger, MBA, CVA, CFRE and Beverly Estrellas Mislang These development professionals will touch on topics like how we incorporate equity, diversity, and inclusion into our work. Or,

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