A new project of Leadership Austin enlists retired executives to work part-time in the nonprofit sector. While Leadership Austin is better known for training professionals who are still in the workforce, CEO Christopher Kennedy says Read More
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Tech employees in Austin and across the country are an overwhelmingly white and male group, which can be somewhat attributed to a culture and recruiting system that favors white males. At the same time, many Read More
This year’s Art of the Gala is expanding to include speakers from beyond Austin as well as events beyond the gala. Our morning panel, “Make it Magical: Creating Extraordinary Experiences” will cover those elusive yet Read More
GivingCity’s 3rd annual Art of the Gala announced today the first of many significant speakers for their highly acclaimed event with their confirmation of keynote speaker, Austin’s own Grammy nominee and ACM award-winning country music Read More
Despite all efforts in Austin to provide mentors and support to our most challenged children, too many fall through the cracks. So a nonprofit new to Austin, Friends of the Children, aims to find those Read More
Fundraising professionals at UT-Austin Dell Medical School are navigating new territory, but working with the community, they’re crafting new ways to engage more people in giving. The medical school, which just welcomed its second class Read More
One year after Hurricane Harvey devastated much of the Texas coastline, The Salvation Army continues to meet with individuals and families struggling to survive and working to put their lives back together. Throughout affected areas, Read More