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Tag Archives: Wyclef Jean
by Katy Snyder, JVA Consulting When most of us decide to open our wallets and give to an organization, we usually do so because of a personal connection, a family history of giving, or word-of-mouth that tells us the cause … Continue reading
Transparency has been a common theme on Nonprofit Street over the last few weeks. In today’s economy, transparency is one of the elements that should be in place to build trust among your stakeholders. JVA Consulting recently brought you the … Continue reading
By Collin Lessing, JVA Consulting One thing I’ve always appreciated about Wyclef Jean—along with his music—is that he uses his fame to raise awareness for his home country of Haiti. In 2005, Wyclef used his resources as a music star … Continue reading