Posts Tagged: Economy

An ‘Aha!’ moment about change


I sometimes allow myself to be frustrated that nonprofits don’t seem to hear the message that they could be smarter/better working together. I see it as a message about ‘what could be’. Certainly, I admit that I don’t always understand — or appreciate — their reluctance to explore change, especially in light of the rocky… Read more »

Providing for the urgent needs of students

By Pam Truitt, Student Emergency Fund Initiative Manager When hardships befall parents, children feel the impact too.  Fortunately (if there is anything good to say about this), the needs become visible to teachers, cafeteria workers, friends and others when they arrive at school. Through no fault of their own, children find themselves hungry, without proper… Read more »