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The Alliance Shares its Reframing Expertise

May 17, 2018

Continuing our series featuring leaders in the human service field, we spoke with Marlo Nash, Senior Vice President of Public Policy and Mobilization, Alliance for Strong Families and Communities (Alliance), who is spearheading its Building Well-Being Narrative. The Alliance’s leadership and commitment to reframing human services over the past two years has included working with […]

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Helping Mitigate Risk: 7 Tips to Volunteer Screening Best Practices

May 17, 2018

Verified Volunteers is the only company to offer a background screening platform tailored to the specific needs of the nonprofit sector, which is the first online community to mobilize repeat, vetted volunteers. The platform’s self-service features, sharing capabilities, and management tools make a once-burdensome process easy while their extensive expertise in screening and compliance make […]

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Last Chance for Dream Act Before November

May 11, 2018

By Marie Camino Human service organizations have a vested interest in a practical approach to the contentious issue of immigration policy. What better way to ensure that everyone can contribute to our communities in meaningful ways than to lift up the heart and soul of the American dream – immigrants? Immigration is wind in our […]

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New Series Highlights Reframing Partners

May 3, 2018

We’re beginning a new series featuring leaders in the human service field who are pioneers implementing the Building Well-Being Narrative in their communities. New York City Reframes This week, we talked to Allison Sesso, Executive Director, New York’s Human Services Council (HSC)—The voice of the human services community. HSC has been an early adopter and […]

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Envisioning a Race Equity Culture – Message From the CEO

April 26, 2018

In my lifetime, the discussion of race has been a constant part of our national conversation. From the consciousness raising work of the heroes of the Civil Rights Movement, to the landmark civil rights legislation of the 1960’s, to the desegregation of public institutions, to our first black president, it may seem to some that […]

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