Construction on Nonprofit Street now complete

by Collin Lessing, JVA Consulting

If you’ve read JVA Consulting’s blog lately, you’ve probably noticed significant construction going on. Nonprofit Street now has a whole new look and offers easy access to blog archives and JVA bloggers. Readers can quickly find information on the JVA blogging team and easily search our archives by month, most-read posts and most recent posts. You can also find a link to our free boomer job board where we post job announcements and boomer resumes.

What do you think about the new look?

Talking about our Nonprofit Street makeover reminds us that some of you may be new readers, or may not know what Nonprofit Street is all about. We’d like to take this opportunity to tell you why we have this blog and how it can help you.

Nonprofit Street covers the latest news in community and social change, and innovation. Our bloggers provide commentary, news and useful tips for those in the nonprofit and social change sectors. They also participate in occasional, friendly debates on topics that they get fired up about.

Nonprofit Street is not a one-way street, which means we want to hear from you. If you have an idea that can help others in the sector, please leave a comment. If you have a bigger idea and need more space to share your message, consider contacting us with your idea. We may cover your topic or even invite you to post as a guest blogger.

At JVA, we partner with social innovators who work to strengthen their communities. Nonprofit Street is a place where we can share ideas and resources that will help difference-makers succeed. It only takes one person to change the world, so share your big ideas with us and with our readers. Afterall, you never know who might be reading.

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