ABOUT MARYLAND NONPROFITS
Maryland Nonprofits' top priority is helping nonprofits effectively accomplish their missions in ways that expand public trust, public appreciation of their roles and impact and public support for their efforts
03 Maximize Your Member Benefits
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04 Strategic Planning How to Align Everything You Do to Your Mission and Vision
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10 Assessing Your Organization’s Needs and Requirements for Donor Management Software
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Is it a bike? Is it a car? It's a velomobile! Watch a video and read all about Greg and the Maryland Nonprofits velomobile in the Baltimore Sun here.
Guest Blog by Erica McGeachy Crenshaw, CEO of Execute Now!and Associate Member of Maryland Nonprofits
Read the original blog here.
"The benefits of mergers are what motivate organizations to consider this option, but the costs are not always clear at the outset," explains Thomas McLaughlin, director of consulting services for the Nonprofit Finance Fund...
Guest Blog by Raegan Payne, Creator of TheGoodMuse and Maryland Nonprofits' 2014 Annual Conference Keynote Speaker
Ladies and Gentleman, the following is an account of my weirdest volunteer activity as TheGoodMuse- yet.
I had never volunteered with PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), but then I got this email, which said something like…
Housing Unlimited is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in Montgomery County, MD that provides affordable, permanent housing for low-income individuals with psychiatric disabilities. Housing Unlimited focuses on promoting independence and recovery by providing a stable and comfortable home. With the security of knowing that their housing is secure, their tenants can focus on becoming valued and integrated members of the community.Twenty years ago, a group of remarkable Montgomery County volunteers saw a need for affordable independent housing for people with psychiatric disabilities. They believed that a safe and permanent home is an essential starting point on the road to healing. And they believed that by separating housing from mental health service delivery, people would be empowered to take the lead in their mental health recovery and become regular, contributing members of the community. Visit Housing Unlimited's website.
Standards for Excellence
The Standards for Excellence is a set of best practices that helps nonprofits of all sizes and types be more successful in achieving their mission.