"We are truly excited about reinvigorating GiveSmart Gives Back," Kristen Faith, CEO of The Nonprofit Makeover, says in a press release.
The minority-owned consulting firm and fundraising and donor management tech company are teaming up to offer scholarships and technology grants to Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) nonprofit leaders.
"Through this partnership, we aim to address the disparities and challenges faced by BIPOC nonprofit leaders," Faith says.
"By providing them with access to our comprehensive eCourse, we hope to equip them with the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in their roles and elevate their organizations to new heights."
The Nonprofit Makeover's eCourse covers a wide range of topics, including volunteer recruitment and sustainability, social media and website marketing, fundraising, public relations, and advocacy.
"By offering scholarships to The Nonprofit Makeover University and technology grants to GiveSmart, we are not only investing in the growth and development of these leaders but also empowering their staff and volunteers with nonprofit best practices," Steve Greanias, GiveSmart's general manager, says in the press release. Read the Entire Article
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Facebook announces a new feature called Donate which makes it possible for anybody to give back to a charity of their choice through its Facebook Page.