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Monthly Archives: January 2010
By Ashley Kasprzak and Lisa Cirincione, JVA Consulting The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has approved a request from the Mizel Museum to acquire steel from the World Trade Center site. Recycled steel from the Twin Towers … Continue reading
Last week, the Board of Education for Wyoming’s Platte County School District decided that two district schools could not display banners earned through participation in the Anti-Defamation League’s No Place for Hate program because the banners contained the name of … Continue reading
It’s JVA grantmaking time for the Colorado Compassion Initiative. Our teams of volunteer peer reviewers, as well as our staff, have been thoroughly reviewing grant applications from nonprofit organizations from across the state. We know how busy you are, and … Continue reading
To preface, this is not a story about Tiger Woods. This is a story about the impact the recent series of events regarding Tiger Woods have on Nonprofit Street. Back in 1996, when Woods’ pro golf career began to take … Continue reading
Littleton, Colorado-based nonprofit Summit Cancer Solutions has offered cancer-specific exercise programs to cancer patients and survivors for the last eight years. Like so many other nonprofit organizations in recent months, Summit Cancer Solutions’ funding sources are strained due to the … Continue reading
By Julia Alvarez, JVA research associate On January 8, the Denver Office of Strategic Partnerships hosted a workshop entitled, “Why the Census Counts: Nonprofits and the U.S. Census,” to educate and inform members of the nonprofit community about the importance … Continue reading
Wendy Silveira-Steinway, JVA’s recruitment/staff development manager, shares her thoughts on why John Hickenlooper as Colorado governor would be good for Nonprofit Street. For the last 25 years, I have been involved in the nonprofit sector. Whether as a board member, … Continue reading
Given Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper’s background with nonprofit organizations, many people in the sector were viewing his announcement yesterday that he is running for Colorado governor as great news for Nonprofit Street. What do you think? Click here to take … Continue reading