Position & Company City, State Type Date Posted
Featured Senior Director of Advancement for Women’s and Children’s ServicesGeisinger Health Foundation

Danville, PA

Development

Jul 16
Communications ManagerSettlement Music School

Philadelphia, PA

Marketing & Communications

Jul 16
Community Engagement ManagerSettlement Music School

Camden, NJ

Program Management

Jul 16
Community Engagement DirectorPhillyCAM

Philadelphia, PA

Marketing & Communications

Jul 13
Executive AssistantThe Central Association of the Miraculous Medal

Philadelphia, PA

Executive

Jul 12
Director of Finance and AdministrationCenter for Advocacy for the Rights and Interests of the Elderly (CARIE)

Philadelphia, PA

Finance/Operations

Jul 12
Coordinator of After School and Summer Enrichment ProgramsHope Partnership for Education

Philadelphia, PA

Program Management

Jul 11
Director of Major GiftsSt. Joseph's Preparatory School

Philadelphia, PA

Development

Jul 11
Counselor AdvocateTurning Point of Lehigh Valley, Inc.

Allentown, PA

Advocacy/Legal

Jul 10
HR/Finance SpecialistPhiladelphia Academies, Inc.

Philadelphia, PA

Other

Jul 05

From the blog

What Matters to Donors?

Posted by Laura Otten, Ph.D., Director on 19 July 2018, 9:09 am

For too many decades, nonprofits leaders have been plagued by the fear of overhead:  too high and risk losing donors; too low and risk insufficient capacity to do all that needed doing.  Then, Dan Pallotta did his famous TedTalk, the Overhead Myth letters came out from the three watchdog groups and Bridgespan and the Ford Foundation jointly suggested that it was time for donors to revamp their funding paradigm. But, did things change?  Sadly, no.  Yes, there was a greater willingness to discuss the absurdity of being a successful business investing approximately $.20 out of every dollar on organizational capacity;.

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