Eliyohu Mintz

A Peek Inside the Non-Profit Sector

8 Building Blocks of Strong Nonprofit Brands

April 19, 2017

These eight building blocks of brands, according to this article, make the life of the nonprofit easier by opening doors for them, attracting support, and bringing in resources. These building blocks which include having an intended impact a recognized leader, great funders, communication, and effective budget are just some of the tools to keep in […]


Self-coaching for Nonprofit Leaders

April 6, 2017

This article focuses on gaining the right tools to be an effective nonprofit leader. Such tools include “reframing,” which is shifting your perspective of an issue so it can become easier to deal with, and addressing the “low hanging fruit” first, which will make it easier to address any following issues as well. One important […]


Your Donors’ Olympic Moment

October 5, 2016

This week’s article, “Lift up Your Nonprofit Donors with Their Olympic Moment”  relates that every non-profit should aim to give their donors the high of donating; of feeling like an Olympian who just won the gold. After all, they are the ones that help keep our non-profits running, so why shouldn’t they feel this way? To play devils […]


5 Ways to Target Donors for Year End Fundraising Success

September 29, 2016

This weeks article, 5 Ways to Target Donors for Year End Fundraising Success, is informative for every non-profit organization as it helps us understand how to create a personalized donor experience. Having a donor feel appreciated, noticed, and unique is important when it comes to creating the best possible donating opportunity. Segmenting your donors and sending tailor made […]


Judge Holds WA in Contempt over Use of Jails as Mental Health “Waiting Rooms”

July 8, 2016

July 7, 2016; Seattle Times U.S. District Judge Marsha Pechman held the State of Washington’s Department of Social and Health Services in contempt on Thursday after finding that it had violated her order to provide speedy services to people with mental illness. The suit was brought by the American Civil Liberties Union on behalf of […]


Judge Holds WA in Contempt over Use of Jails as Mental Health “Waiting Rooms”

July 8, 2016

July 7, 2016; Seattle Times U.S. District Judge Marsha Pechman held the State of Washington’s Department of Social and Health Services in contempt on Thursday after finding that it had violated her order to provide speedy services to people with mental illness. The suit was brought by the American Civil Liberties Union on behalf of […]


DOJ Opens Civil Rights Investigation into Alton Sterling Shooting

July 7, 2016

July 6, 2016; Washington Post The Department of Justice announced on Wednesday that it was opening a civil rights investigation into the shooting of 37-year-old black man and father of five Alton Sterling by two white Baton Rouge police officers. “The FBI’s New Orleans Division, the Civil Rights Division and the U.S. Attorney’s Office for […]


Is Diversity Training a Bad Bet?

July 7, 2016

Falling down from stage / raphaelstrada July 6, 2016; Washington Post Over the last few years, NPQ has tracked the studies that examine the diversity of boards and staffs, both in particular fields like museums, foundations, and the environment and in the nonprofit sector as a whole. Those studies have revealed a disappointing lack of […]


The New Lives of Old Motels in Southern California

July 7, 2016

July 5, 2016; Los Angeles Times and California Healthline The building of prototype motels began in the 1920s, following the popularity of motorized vehicles. The number of roadside motels grew rapidly, peaking in the early 1960s with 61,000 across the U.S. California is significant in motel history; it hosts both the site of the structure […]


Oculus Rift Pre-Orders Open January 6 (But What’s the Price?)

January 4, 2016

Oculus will include free copies of VR games Lucky’s Tale and EVE: Valkyrie with all pre-orders of the Rift headset, which doesn’t have a price yet. The post Oculus Rift Pre-Orders Open January 6 (But What’s the Price?) appeared first on WIRED.