We Call on Maryland’s Leaders to Take Action Addressing Racial Injustice Maryland Nonprofits is committed to promoting racial and social justice among the nonprofit community and in all public policies. We are outraged over recent – and chronic – police killings, and add our voice to the public outcry motivating massive demonstrations across the […]
We all want our economy to open to its full capacity and to have our communities be healthy and prosperous now and in the future. Safely reopening is dependent upon all of us working together to achieve the public health measures that will enable our society to interact safely with one another and prevent […]
In this market, the use of social media to further yourself and your group is almost a necessity. How you use social media – whether as an extension of your website, with general news and announcements, or as a personal face for your work – is ultimately up to your organization; but, remember – using social media can change how the public interacts with you.
When I started with the Standards for Excellence in April 2019, one of my first tasks was to draft the 2018 Annual Report. After reading a few great annual reports for other organizations, I was overwhelmed – what should ours look like? What needs to be included?
Maryland Nonprofits will be hosting two important discussion sessions on possible state grant reforms in the next few weeks. Legislation will be proposed in the 2020 Legislative Session to begin a streamlining and standardization of state grants procedures across a number of human service agencies. The proposal is still being finalized, and we need […]
Last Wednesday, the annual Department of Legislative Services (DLS) briefing to the Spending Affordability Committee and the fiscal committees took place in Annapolis. This event is viewed by many as the real start of the legislative season.