2020 September

Philip Gulley is a Quaker pastor, writer, and speaker from Danville, Indiana.  Gulley has written 22 books, including the Harmony series recounting life in the eccentric Quaker community of Harmony, Indiana and the best-selling Porch Talk essay series.  Gulley’s memoir, I Love You, Miss Huddleston: And Other Inappropriate Longings… Continue Reading…

2020 September

Network Groups are an opportunity to share knowledge, brainstorm and find solutions while connecting with your peers in MHS organizations. There is value in finding such a community in normal times, and that value is increased in times like these… Continue Reading…

2020 September

by David King, of David P. King Fundraising Counsel, LLC Data to Focus Your Fundraising Thinking The stock market is strong, indicating an underlying healthy business capacity. A Gallup poll in May found that 66% of respondents said they will… Continue Reading…

2020 September

By Kristin Thim, Director of Human Resources at Living Branches Q – Have you been able to recruit new staff during this pandemic – if so, how are you doing that?  Anything that is working well in particular? Yes, we… Continue Reading…

2020 September

By Juanita Nyce, Vice President of Mission Engagement and Jane Rogers, Recruitment Coordinator Have you been able to recruit new staff during this pandemic – if so, how are you doing that?  Anything that is working well in particular? Peaceful… Continue Reading…

2020 September

Theo Omo, CEO for Thurston Woods Village, will retire after 24 years with the organization on December 31, 2020. Omo, along with her staff and Board of Directors, took Thurston Woods to an award-winning, multi-level retirement community during her time… Continue Reading…

2020 September

Webinar: Wednesday, October 14, 2020 @ 1 pm CST Many of you have not undergone this level of detailed audit before! Even if your organization has been through a standard GAAP audit, these requirements are far more demanding and you… Continue Reading…

2020 September

Do deep canvassing about race and racial justice. Many SURJ groups are organizing them, so many people can do it through your local SURJ group. If they’re not already doing it, start it. Research your local prosecutors. Prosecutors have a lot of… Continue Reading…