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2021 Industry Insights: Nonprofit and Volunteer Perspectives

September 9, 2021

NHSA valued partner Sterling Volunteers and VolunteerMatch joined forces for a third consecutive edition of the annual “Industry Insights: Nonprofit and Volunteer Perspectives” report and a recent webinar. They examine the experiences of nonprofits and volunteers over the last year of the pandemic. Varying perspectives and evolving trends and challenges are explored, as well as […]

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Leadership Practices for Race Equity Impact

August 9, 2021

NHSA hosted a virtual session on Leadership Practices for Race Equity Impact. Bianca Anderson and Monisha Kapila (NHSA board member) walked attendees through ProInspire’s Leadership Model for Race Equity Impact that supports individuals and organizations in identifying how their practices can create and sustain race equity experiences and outcomes within the social sector. The session […]

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Beyond Bars: Keeping Young People Safe At Home and Out of Youth Prisons

June 16, 2021

The National Assembly is proud to re-release its 2017 report advocating for a shift in the nation’s approach to supporting young people in conflict with the law by growing community capacity and resources. “Beyond Bars: Keeping Young People Safe at Home and Out of Youth Prisons,” is a publication of the National Collaboration for Youth, […]

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Leadership Resources on Race and Equity

November 24, 2020

This year has been a pivotal time in our history. It has called upon our sector’s leaders to confront an abundance of racism, equity, diversity, inclusion, and other issues heightened by the COVID-19 Pandemic and recent acts of police brutality. ProInspire and Building Movement Project have both advanced their work in these areas during unprecedented […]

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Leading with Equity in a Time of Transition

September 10, 2020

Last month’s 57th anniversary of Dr. King’s “I Have a Dream” speech, once again, reminded all of us to re-examine our work and the path forward. The words still resonate today and compel us to commit to renewed calls for justice and to fulfilling the work which remains undone. As the Board of the National […]

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