Fifty years after the Stonewall riots in New York City, members of the LGBTQ community still take to the streets — although for parades rather [Read more]
Nonprofit founders are entrepreneurs. They have a vision for how to meet an unmet need in the community. They build a board, raise some money, [Read more]
There’s a grant due when?
According to Giving USA, foundations gave charitable organizations in the US nearly $67 billion last year, and corporations gave nearly $21 [Read more]
Wellington helps to shape those who will shape world.
As an independent school, they welcome curiosity, cultivate passion, and embrace diversity of thought, experience, and personal [Read more]
The great state of Ohio has exceptional leaders driving change. Some of those leaders are elected officials, policy directors, funders, and business owners; but many [Read more]
Is it the monarchy and royal family? Harrods? Big Ben? Double decker buses? Shakespeare’s Globe? Afternoon tea?
While all lovely, and quintessentially British, I would argue [Read more]
April is World Autism Month, and this week in particular fosters greater awareness, understanding, and acceptance of people with autism, because April 2 marks World [Read more]
The best parts of conferences are learning new ideas, developing new relationships, and seeing a new city. San Antonio did not disappoint on all three [Read more]
This weekend, 4,000 fundraising professionals from around the country will gather at the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) International Conference to learn, make connections, and [Read more]
First birthdays are incredibly special. From smash cakes to grandparent smiles, a first birthday is a milestone to be celebrated.
Sadly, though, too many families in [Read more]
This is the week we celebrate Irish culture. In communities around the globe, people will honor St. Patrick’s Day with music, dancing, food, drink, and [Read more]
On this International Women’s Day, celebrated during Women’s History Month, I’d like to share a poem written when I returned to work after my son [Read more]
When the regional premiere of “Tuck Everlasting” opens tonight at the Park Street Theatre, the cast will have that unique moment when they walk out [Read more]
What do these three words mean to you?
What do they mean to your board, staff, donors, volunteers, and to the culture of your nonprofit organization? Have [Read more]
It’s cold, it’s snowy, and it isn’t exactly sunny.
“Green” may be the last word to describe the landscape when looking out the window today, but [Read more]
On this Valentine’s Day, we share with you our love for missions.
The Mollard Consulting mission is to build the capacity of nonprofit organizations and the [Read more]
The year was 1913.
Hundreds of people died, hundreds of buildings were destroyed, and thousands of people were left homeless when the Great Flood devastated Franklinton. [Read more]
Columbus Mayor Andrew J. Ginther will give his fourth State of the City address this evening. I look forward to hearing what he has to [Read more]
These first two weeks of January mark swearing-in ceremonies of our newly elected officials in every community of our nation. From the 116th United States Congress [Read more]
We ring in 2019 with gratitude for our clients and colleagues, whose missions inspire our work.
Throughout this year, we will feature our clients in different [Read more]
Our country and its institutions would not be what they are without philanthropy. From the earliest days of the new world, there were documented acts [Read more]
It’s the week before Christmas. You check the mail daily for donations. The letters have been sent, the emails, too. What is left to do?