Nonprofit Legal Center Teaches High School Students about Immigration Rights

| February 27, 2017

article image
This will be the second time in a month that we have published a piece on organizing for immigrant rights through high schools. Readers will recall our article on a network of cells in French high schools that is helping to prevent deportation of students. Now, here in the United States, a California legal center is working through a new channel to educate immigrants about their legal rights: high schools. The TODEC Legal Center of Perris, California, is kicking off a series of workshops held in high school gymnasiums around Southern California, California’s Desert Sun reported earlier this week.

Spotlight

Bentz Whaley Flessner

Bentz Whaley Flessner is a full-service fundraising and development consulting firm serving colleges, universities, and medical centers. For more than 30 years the members of the firm have helped institutions achieve immediate and long-term goals for their advancement programs.

OTHER ARTICLES

2020 marketing trends for non-profit organisations

Article | March 2, 2020

As many of you reading this will know, Marcomedia was founded on our expertise in the non-profit sector and we have a long, proud history of delivering design, print and web to charities, the public sector and non-profit organisations – as well as spotting trends. So, here are our tips for non-profit marketing in 2020.

Read More

Build Your Nonprofit with Funding in Mind

Article | March 4, 2020

Nonprofit Founders open a door to a foreign world when they follow their passion and dream into the nonprofit space. Often, Founders have experienced trauma in their life and didn’t have the help they needed when they were in the middle of their situation. They came through to the other side, but they have a nagging feeling in the very core of their being that they can be the solution that they needed for others. Founders find confusing language – ED, NPO, appeals, Donor-advised funds- and an even more confusing way of doing things. They just want to help people but instead, they feel they are drowning in to-dos and lack of funding. So, they plug along on the never-ending to-do list, never feeling like they are making progress and spending time on things that don’t move the nonprofit forward. They continue to cover expenses with their own money or organize another event because they don’t know any other way to get funds.

Read More

Nonprofits, here are 2020’s top 5 tech trends

Article | February 10, 2020

New decade, new tech. The 20s are when nonprofits as a whole are going to use technology in unique and interesting ways. Many have already started to, which means there’s a lot trending this year.

Read More

6 methods to shift your cancelled fundraising event into a virtual event

Article | March 18, 2020

Your physical fundraising event may be canceled, but your cause is not - fundraising must go on! But how do you revive the momentum or shine a light on your cause when everything seems overshadowed by the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak? We talked at length about what nonprofits need to know about the coronavirus concern and how to act quickly in the midst of this uncertainty. When you are making moves to cancel or alter your event the first key is to communicate to your participants why their support is needed now more than ever. Don’t miss this moment to authentically communicate and connect with your audience. Your community will bond with your plight at this time where things feel vulnerable and they will act when they have clear guidance on how they can help. Reach out to your participants with a sense of urgency and tell them they are pivotal at this time.

Read More

Spotlight

Bentz Whaley Flessner

Bentz Whaley Flessner is a full-service fundraising and development consulting firm serving colleges, universities, and medical centers. For more than 30 years the members of the firm have helped institutions achieve immediate and long-term goals for their advancement programs.

Events