Position & Company City, State Type Date Posted
Executive DirectorPhilanthropy Network Greater Philadelphia

Philadelphia, PA

Executive

Dec 01
Director of DevelopmentTemple University

Philadelphia, PA

Development

Dec 01
Trans Care SpecialistMazzoni Center

Philadelphia, PA

Health

Dec 01
Senior Director of Annual Giving Temple University

Philadelphia, PA

Development

Dec 01
Development DirectorPhiladelphia READS

Philadelphia, PA

Development

Nov 28
Featured Director of FinanceUnited Way of Bucks County

Fairless Hills, PA

Finance/Operations

Nov 23
Featured Vice President of OperationsHealey Education Foundation

Mount Laurel, NJ

Executive

Nov 21
Grants & Client ManagerPartners for Sacred Places

Philadelphia, PA

Program Management

Nov 15
Featured Director of Major GiftsSt. Joseph's Preparatory School

Philadelphia, PA

Development

Nov 14
Care ManagerPlanned Lifetime Assistance Network

Wayne, PA

Human Services/Mental Health/Recovery

Nov 09

From the blog

‘Tis the Season to be Sustainable

Posted by Laura Otten, Ph.D., Director on 2 December 2016, 3:23 pm

As we approach the end of the calendar year, many nonprofits are wringing their hands over just how much money will come in these last two months of the year.  Most nonprofits report that between 30 and 45% of annual contributions come in this period.  The success or failure of year-end giving has a large impact on an organization, often resulting in decisions about layoffs or programmatic cutbacks, or, if expectations are exceeded, the chance to breathe easier for another year. There is a fundamental error in this approach to doing business.  While it can, and frequently does, lead to.

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Dinkum Elko and Associates Laura Solomon