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FRIDAY FAVORITES FOR SOCIAL GOOD + SUSTAINABILITY

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Enjoy these reads with some roasted Brussel sprouts and an excellent Scotch:

  1. 3 Ways to Help Federal Workers Today

    by Ashley Post at Charity Navigator

Many of these employees and their families are struggling to put food on the table while they scrape together savings to pay their rents and other bills.
— Ashley Post
While the potential for this investing theme to become a dominant narrative makes sense - after all, who wouldn’t want to make money AND save the environment, there are a few key hurdles that have made ESG solutions more about potential than impact.
— Peter Hans
No matter your level of experience or role at a nonprofit, conferences are an important part of staying on top of best practices and industry trends.
— Will Schmidt
Consider what you can offer to bring your major donor prospect joy.
— Claire Axelrad
Although many companies represent direct competition, there is actually plenty of potential value in forging business relationships with like-minded organizations. This can be particularly true for nonprofit partnerships.

FRIDAY FAVORITES FOR SOCIAL GOOD + SUSTAINABILITY

Hey there. This is a round up of my favorite articles of this week covering social good and sustainability. Enjoy these reads with a hot slice of pizza and a locally brewed IPA.

May the weekend be good to you,

Todd

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When visibility is high, these more self-interested consumers are more likely to pay a higher price for the product, perhaps as a result of a higher personal utility of the feeling of having done “the right thing” when the process by which value is transferred can be more easily interpreted.
— Alex Behrens
...when you look at giving, it is a very personal thing
— Rob Acker
...ask me for an action. So many well-meaning nonprofits miss this step, or clutter up the CTA (Call-To-Action) with too many requests.
— Julia Campbell
We asked entrepreneurs to offer their book recommendations for the new year, including both recent releases and older favorites.
— Pavithra Mohan
Women are twice as likely to leverage a crowdfunding platform in fundraising as well as look for women-owned business grants or loans.
— Cari Sommer