Nonprofit Survival – Partnerships

by Ashley Thomas Bridge II Sports, Founder & CEO For organizations whose missions are to serve those in need, finding partners is essential to fulfill the work. Before you begin seeking partners, it is critical to know your mission and have a firm understanding of …

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Succession Planning and The Virtual Bench

A few years ago here in Arizona we encountered one of our famous monsoons. While these storms are quite turbulent, they are normally harmless beyond a few lightning bolts and a strong downpour of rain in a short window of time. However, this particular storm …

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Marketing, PR and Social Media on a Shoestring Budget

Your budget is tight, staffing is slim, and you certainly don’t have extra funds for an expensive agency. How can you leverage your public relations and social media marketing efforts on a shoestring? In this month’s guest post, media and public relations professional Beth Bourgeois, …

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Youth Sport & Disability and Why You Should Care

Back in December I attended the USOC’s Youth Sport Symposium. As usual, I attend these conferences wearing by adapted sport hat, always thinking about how the information shared over the three days pertains to the disability sport space. The Symposium kicked off with a video …

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NFHS and Supporting Students with Physical Disabilities and their Pursuit of Sport

The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) is the national leadership organization for high school sports and fine arts activities. The NFHS serves as the national authority on interscholastic activity programs, producing resources for administrators, coaches and officials, and serves as a national source …

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Dare2Tri – Program Growth and Sustainability

by Keri Serota, Dare2tri Executive Director Dare2tri is an 8-year-old organization with the goal of enhancing the lives of individuals with physical disabilities and visual impairments by building confidence, community, and fitness through swimming, biking, and running. The organization started with very modest goals, serving 8-10 …

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