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FANTASTIC READ FOR NONPROFITS!
Probably the best book we have ever read when it comes to understanding nonprofit and what makes them tick!
Nonprofit Lifecycles, Stage-Based Wisdom for Nonprofit Capacity, written by Susan Kenny Stevens, Ph.D., a nationally recognized consultant, author, and lecturer on financial, management, and organizational issues pertaining to philanthropy and the nonprofit sector. This book is a must read for Executive Directors, Board Members and key management staff of any nonprofit organization.
The Grey Muzzle Organization
The Grey Muzzle Organization provides grants throughout the United States to nonprofit organizations for programs designed to improve the lives of at-risk senior dogs. The focus is on animal shelters, rescue groups, sanctuaries, and other nonprofit organizations whose activities include helping senior dogs. Funded programs must benefit senior dogs exclusively, have well-defined goals, and include measurable outcomes. Examples of funded programs include the following: creating or expanding foster programs focused on finding homes for senior dogs, medical care and other programs that increase the potential for senior dogs to be adopted, and helping senior dogs give back to society. Grants generally range from $2,500 to $10,000. The application deadline is March 16, 2022.
The Doris Day Animal Foundation
The Doris Day Animal Foundation is a national grant-giving charity, founded by legendary performer Doris Day in 1978, with a straightforward mission to help animals and the people who love them. The Foundation provides support to nonprofit organizations across the United States that directly care for and protect animals. Currently, many of the Foundation's grants are focused on assisting senior companion animals by addressing issues such as food, care, veterinary costs, and need for adoption.
Additional programs interests include:
The Foundation has on occasion provided grants for therapy dogs in hospice situations, training of assistance dogs, wildlife rehabilitation, protective vests for police dogs, and education programs. The Foundation customarily does not fund capital projects.
Grants generally range up to $5,000. Letters of introduction may be submitted only during the months of January, April, July, and October of each year.
The deadlines for invited grant applications are March 31, June 30, September 30, and December 31, annually.
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