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With more limited resources compared to for-profit businesses but an equal need for talent, nonprofits must turn to other incentives for attracting and retaining qualified, passionate people.

Published in Talent

While a recent report shows that charitable giving is on the rise nationwide, the trend is far more complex on the local level in West Michigan.

Published in Nonprofits

Volunteers are becoming more valuable every year as fewer people offer their time and a growing share of the workforce brings otherwise costly skillsets to the nonprofits they serve.

Published in Nonprofits

Michelle Van Dyke transitioned from a career in banking to become president and CEO of the Heart of West Michigan United Way in Grand Rapids at a time when nonprofit organizations need to adjust to how a younger generation contributes to causes.

Published in Q&A

After more than three decades in the banking industry, Michelle Van Dyke will become the president of Heart of West Michigan United Way.

Published in In the News

The merger of local nonprofits Camp Fire West Michigan and Kent Regional 4C provides a strategic opportunity for both organizations, one not necessarily driven by finances.

Published in Nonprofits

The Literacy Center of West Michigan says that it is crucial to not only have employees trained in “hard skills,” but also in soft skills such as communication and punctuality that keep a company running smoothly.

Published in Nonprofits

In an ever-tightening race for talent, businesses that learn how to manage through on-the-job problems can have a leg up on the competition.

Published in Education

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