Advocacy and Policy Change in 2021 and Beyond
The November election added three new members to Greenville County Council, gave the Republicans a supermajority in the state legislature, and flipped the US Senate and Presidency to Democrats (with […]
Transformational gifts – You don’t have to be Mackenzie Scott to make an impact.
At the end of 2020, Mackenzie Scott made news by giving more than $4 billion to 400 nonprofits across the country, three of which are here in Greenville County. In […]
What’s Next for Boards? Best Practices for 2021 and Beyond!
2020 required boards to pivot to online meetings, strained participation with members’ own busy schedules, and the enormous challenges that nonprofits were facing. What lessons and adjustments can we take […]
HR Lessons Learned from 2020 and What They Mean For Your Workplace Today and In The Future
Since March of 2020, almost every American has experienced stress and uncertainty related to COVID-19, race relations, political division, and both day-to-day and long-term financial stability. This uncertainty and stress […]
Building Community Trust and Impact with Language Justice
This session included practical tips on doing your work with language justice in mind. Building opportunities for ALL Greenville County residents also means making sure every voice can be heard. […]
Mental and Behavioral Health – Caring For Your Clients, Your Employees and Yourself
By special request from our members, we asked James Campbell with the Well-Being Partnership to join us for an overview of mental and behavioral health, including: • Identifying a person […]
Unpacking the Psychology of Poverty and Self Sufficiency
Our November 2021 session challenged the traditional understanding of poverty and how nonprofit organizations can help people navigate a path out of it. Showcasing the results of a two-year frontline […]