Monthly Archives: February 2011

TEDxMileHigh to host Colorado’s brightest innovators

By Collin Lessing, JVA Consulting Always on the lookout for inspiring and innovative ideas relevant to the nonprofit sector and social change, we recently spoke with Jeremy Duhon who is an organizer for the TEDxMileHigh event that is coming to … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: Nonprofits—Businesses or idealist ventures?

By John Eisenhauer, guest blogger I passionately believe in the great worth of nonprofit organizations. These organizations trade in dreams. When they succeed, a voice is given to the voiceless, power to the powerless. This is accomplished when an organization … Continue reading

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Young nonprofit professionals, the Launch Pad contest, and going to people’s strengths

by Janine Vanderburg, JVA Consulting Many of you by now may know that my idea to train boomers with sales backgrounds to become nonprofit fundraisers is one of 25 finalists in the national Civic Ventures Launch Pad contest. Last night, … Continue reading

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JVA Consulting’s 2011 Guest Blogger Contest

Welcome to JVA Consulting’s 2011 Guest Blogger Contest. We created this to contest to hear your voice. At Nonprofit Street, we strive to share stories that will inspire, educate and motivate readers in the nonprofit sector. Now it’s your turn. … Continue reading

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Why nonprofits will benefit if Janine’s Launch Pad contest idea is launched

by Janine Vanderburg, JVA Consulting First, a word on my Launch Pad contest idea—training boomers with sales backgrounds as nonprofit fundraisers—which is one of 25 finalists. If this idea is implemented, nonprofit leaders would get to spend their time on … Continue reading

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