Glyn Northington is the board chair of Grantmakers in the Arts. He and Eddie Torres, GIA’s president & CEO, discuss what makes an effective chair/CEO relationship.
When done well and in-line with your mission, social enterprise can be a wonderful earned income stream that nonprofits have 100% control over. It’s the money you can take risks or pursue dreams with. But creating a social enterprise can also deplete resources – cash, staff capacity, and focus on other priorities.
The statement below was issued by all members of the Racial Equity Funders Collaborative, a small group of local arts philanthropy leaders working together to advance racial and cultural equity within our…
Starting a social enterprise is not for the faint of heart. So if you are not quite ready to go off the high dive into a social enterprise, that is okay.
High performance is the ability to deliver—over a prolonged period of time—meaningful, measurable, and financially sustainable results for the people or causes the organization is in existence to serve.
Social enterprise COULD be a next step for your organization – but is also might not be.