Latest Voluntary sector Stories
43% say opportunities to work in non-profit organizations in their country of residence are few, according to the Bayt.com "Working for Non-profit Organizations in the Middle East and North
New research from the University of Southampton suggests that there are more employees in the UK's voluntary sector than previously thought.
New research by the University of Southampton has examined the role of voluntary organizations in promoting pro-environmental behavior change.
The Board of Directors of National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (National VOAD) concluded an extensive nationwide search by selecting Daniel Stoecker as National VOAD’s new Executive
Around one third of voluntary and charitable organizations in England receive public money to support their work and over 20,000 organizations say that the public sector is their most important source of income according to initial findings of research funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).
The University of Southampton has played a key role in a major new piece of research that challenges the belief that the biggest charities are becoming increasingly dominant in financial terms â€“ a development sometimes known as 'Tescoisation'.
MORRIS PLAINS, N.J., July 21 /PRNewswire/ -- A "leadership deficit" in the nonprofit sector, projected at 101,000 open positions needing to be filled during 2009, makes attracting and retaining top talent a top priority, even in these economically challenging times.
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