The Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants Goes Green
It's St. Patrick's Day, which means that we have some very talented people talking about all things 'green' in the nonprofit world. Here's what made this week's Carnival:
- Katya Andresen discusses why environmental campaigns should stop focusing on gloom and doom when trying to stir up interest.
- Green may be a nice buzzword, but Marianne Richmond shares why 'sustainable' is better.
- Nancy E. Schwartz is talking about nonprofits and plastic bags.
- The Chesapeake Bay Foundation makes its case on why green is good for the economy. This is also a good example of how a nonprofit can make its case in a letter to the editor.
- Want to know how to ask for a major gift? Read this story.
- Saving some green can be as important as going green, and Kivi Leroux Miller shows you just how far $1000 can go.
This was a great week at the Carnival, with lots of submissions. Next week, the Carnival will be at Nancy E. Schwartz's Getting Attention.