Position & Company City, State Type Date Posted
Community Engagement ManagerFoundation for Ichthyosis and Related Skin Types

Colmar, PA

Program Management

Dec 14
Development & Administrative SpecialistThe Arts + Business Council for Greater Philadelphia

Philadelphia, PA

Admin/Clerical

Dec 13
Director of DevelopmentSmith Memorial Playground & Playhouse

Philadelphia, PA

Development

Dec 10
Grant Officer, International ProgramsAmerican Friends Service Committee

Philadelphia, PA

Development

Dec 10
Executive DirectorConnecting Generations

Wilmington, DE

Executive

Dec 04
Development and Marketing CoordinatorCrime Victims' Center of Chester County, Inc.

West Chester, PA

Development

Dec 04
Database and Development CoordinatorCommunity Volunteers in Medicine

West Chester, PA

Development

Dec 04
Featured Senior Director of PhilanthropyThe Communities of Don Guanella and Divine Providence

Norwood, PA

Development

Nov 29
Finance ManagerPeople's Light

Malvern, PA

Finance/Operations

Nov 29
Stewardship CoordinatorAbington Jefferson Health

Abington, PA

Development

Nov 29

From the blog

Doing more, For More, With Less

Posted by Laura Otten, Ph.D., Director on 14 December 2018, 7:39 am

While I cannot do anything about our country’s obsession with the belief that bigger is always better, I can take umbrage with folks who prefer the maxim “bigger is better” over that of “quality, not quantity.”  Those who prefer the former over the latter may do well in the for-profit sector, but certainly do not serve the nonprofit sector well. I was reminded of my dismay when reading a study released this past October by Community Brands.  “Nonprofit Finance Study:  The dynamics and challenges of growth,” gathered data from 321 nonprofit finance professionals from a cross section of organization.   Underwhelmed.

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Dinkum Kreischer Miller Laura Solomon Subaru