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Tag Archives: Nonprofit Street
By Janine Vanderburg, President/CEO, JVA Consulting JVA’s blog started in the 2008 recession, when the media was making endless comparisons between Wall Street and Main Street. One of our staff quipped: Well, who is talking about Nonprofit Street? This blog … Continue reading
By Katy Snyder, JVA Consulting Today marks the 10th anniversary of the start of the war in Afghanistan. According to CNN, the total death count stands at 2,700 troops; of those, 1,780 were American, 382 were British and 157 were … Continue reading
The following is Donn Hansum’s book review of When Helping Hurts: Alleviating Poverty Without Hurting the Poor…and Yourself by Steve Corbett and Brian Fikkert. by Donn Hansum, Director at Volunteers in Action This book has recently been very helpful to … Continue reading
By Collin Lessing, JVA Marketing/Communications Coordinator The Denver Business Journal recently ran a story on LiveWell Colorado’s Worksite Wellness Blueprint—a study of workplace wellness that involved surveying 166 companies in Colorado. According to the article, 70 percent of the companies … 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