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Communities boost nonprofit energy sustainability

More nonprofits are benefiting from solar power than ever before. Today, we look at one approach to increasing access to clean, reliable energy for nonprofits of all stripes.

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Fundraising— it’s not just about bake sales anymore

Fundraising used to mean rummage sales and knocking on neighbors’ doors. Today, community-based programs are using crowdfunding and social media to tap into a global community of supporters.  The concept of “community” is no longer restricted to a neighborhood or … Continue reading

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A “one-stop shop” for community services: Hawkins Corner

Six Nonprofits Share Space and Goals at Hawkins Corner Before a crowd of hundreds, Mayor Larry Collins described June 11 as a great day for the city of Ontario, Ohio, as he and representatives from local nonprofits cut the ribbon … Continue reading

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Community-building and solar power

Ninety low-income households across Southern California will have solar power systems installed at no cost as a result of a partnership between a nonprofit organization, GRID Alternatives, and a for-profit company, Sullivan Solar Power. For every new system Sullivan installs, … Continue reading

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Big move empowers 6 nonprofits

The Area Agency on Aging (AAA), located in Mansfield, Ohio, is moving ahead with a game-changing shared-space complex. Why is this move so important? Because the AAA will be joined by five other local nonprofits in a shared-space building that will … Continue reading

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