David Byrne’s “Reasons To Be Cheerful” shares uplifting news that nonprofit professionals can use for motivation and to get ideas for improving the world. He described this project at SXSW 2019. Read More
Fresh ideas, strategies, tools and technology solutions for bigger impact, taken from across the sector for nonprofit leaders and advocates.
Austin may have a high rate of people who access the Internet, but the digital divide still falls on socio-economic. Last week, an Austin nonprofit professional was awarded a one-year fellowship from NTEN to help Read More
For the thousands of people experiencing homelessness in Austin, managing their health can pose unique challenges. But in 2019, a new mobile healthcare unit to “reach them where they are” hopes to improve health outcomes, Read More
Thanks to a multi-agency, cross-sector collaboration, a nonprofit will break ground in early 2019 on a new 27-unit apartment complex specifically for people living with disabilities, perhaps the first of its kind in Austin. The Read More
Every organization has moments of inflection. They are good, bad and ugly, and quite possibly all three at once. Regardless, these moments cause an inward gaze and have leadership considering how they might proceed in Read More
After years of deliberating about what to do with a city-owned nine-acre tract in the Dove Springs area, City Council decided last Thursday to authorize a lease with the nonprofit Urban Roots to operate an Read More
All families deserve access to opportunity. However, systems that perpetuate inter-generational poverty threaten the well being of Austin’s residents and its economy, leaving far too many families behind. In Travis County, more than one-third of Read More