Position & Company City, State Type Date Posted
Major Gifts OfficerValley Forge Educational Services

Malvern, PA

Development

Jun 19
Medical Doctor / Physician

Philadelphia, PA

Health

Jun 18
Part-time Senior Writer – Development Pennsylvania Humanities Council

Philadelphia, PA

Development

Jun 15
Director of Development ServicesFriends Select School

Philadelphia, PA

Development

Jun 14
Executive DirectorTriskeles, Inc.

Exton, PA

Executive

Jun 14
Advancement Services ManagerCornerstone Christian Academy

Philadelphia, PA

Development

Jun 11
Featured Coordinator of Advancement CommunicationsThe Augustinian Province of Saint Thomas of Villanova

Villanova, PA

Marketing & Communications

Jun 11
Executive AssistantFriends Association for Care and Protection of Children

West Chester, PA

Admin/Clerical

Jun 11
Featured Development AssociateFriends Association for Care and Protection of Children

West Chester, PA

Development

Jun 11
COOFamilies Forward Philadelphia

Philadelphia, PA

Executive

Jun 08

From the blog

The Nonprofit Rule of Threes?

Posted by Laura Otten, Ph.D., Director on 20 June 2018, 8:50 am

Let’s see if the “rule of threes,” that general belief that concepts or ideas presented in threes are inherently more interesting, more enjoyable, and more memorable, applies to my current concerns about nonprofits. Start with strategic planning.   One thing that hasn’t changed in the nearly 40 years I’ve been working with nonprofits is that people don’t understand its purpose or value. Few organizations do it well; too many think it is a tool convenience rather than a solid road map, electing to follow it when convenient and ignore it when not.  But my greatest concern right now is that people.

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Dinkum Elko and Associates Kreischer Miller Laura Solomon Subaru