By Ken Mammarella In 1919, Mike Berger’s grandmother began retailing, mostly furniture, but really “anything that she could get her hands on to make a buck” to support her family of 15 living above her ...
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The value of volunteersby Mary Kate Benson-It can be said that people are only able to offer three things: time, talent, and treasure. “Treasure” is critically important and often elusive f
What was a defining factor in navigating COVID-19 for nonprofits?by Sheila Bravo-Collaboration. Plain and simple. Leaning in, linking arms, and rising together. That is what I did with my counterparts Stu Comstock-Gay at Delaware Community Foundation, Cynthia Pritchard from Philanthropy Delaware, and Michelle Taylor of United Way of Delaware. While we all support the nonprofit sector, we do so from very different lanes. Yet, when COVID-19 […]
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