5 edition of Hispanics and the nonprofit sector found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 183-195) and index.
|Statement||Herman E. Gallegos and Michael O"Neill, eds.|
|Contributions||Gallegos, Herman E., O"Neill, Michael, 1938-|
|LC Classifications||HS1721 .H57 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 209 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||209|
|LC Control Number||91008123|
An Introduction to the Nonprofit Sector. An Introduction to the Nonprofit Sector: A Practical Approach for the 21st Century is an introductory text on the nonprofit sector and nonprofit organizations. It provides an overview of the history, theory, and scope of the nonprofit sector. Read more. Nonprofit Books. Hispanics make up 36 percent of California’s million people, but hold 6 percent of the foundation and charity executive director positions, says the study. In addition, they fill 9 percent of the board seats at California charitable groups. For other nonprofit staff positions, they are better represented, but still fall short.
GRASSROOTS GOVERNANCE: GOVERNANCE AND THE NON-PROFIT SECTOR 7 In order to be a good board member, volunteers must have a reasonable understanding of the organization, what it attempts to do and their role within. Too often non-profit boards are so intent on finding volunteers that they forget to properly orientate and train the individuals. Recent socio-economic trends, welfare state reform; the emergence of civil society and democracy have highlighted the growing significance of the non-profit sector - a sector between state and market - often associated with concepts such as 'social economy', 'third sector', 'voluntary sector', 'third system', 'independent sector' and, more recently, 'social entrepreneurship'.
Description:" NCLR is a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan, tax-exempt organization established in to reduce poverty and discrimination, and improve life opportunities for Hispanic Americans. NCLR is the largest constituency-based national Hispanic organization, serving all Hispanic nationality groups in all regions of the country.". William F. Meehan III and Kim Starkey Jonker identify seven essential components of strategic leadership that set high-achieving organizations apart from the rest of the nonprofit sector. Together, these components form an “engine of impact” — a system that organizations must build, tune, and fuel if they hope to make a real difference in.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Hispanics and the nonprofit sector / by Herman E. Gallegos and Michael O'Neill --Mexican Americans and nonprofit organizations: an historical overview / by Albert Camarillo --Puerto Rican nonprofit organizations in New York City / by Carlos Rodriguez-Fraticelli, Carlos Sanabria, and Amílcar.
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Ethics in Nonprofit Management: A Collection of Cases. San Francisco: Institute for Nonprofit Organization Management, University of San Francisco, (with Herman E.
Gallegos) Hispanics and the Nonprofit Sector. New York: Foundation Center, (with Teresa Odendahl) Women and Power in the Nonprofit Sector. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, The Nonprofit Sector: A Research Handbook includes twenty-seven new or updated chapters.
Relevant chapters from the previous edition have been refined, and new chapters have been added to fill in gaps, making this the authoritative reference for all who want an accessible, perceptive, and all-inclusive rendering Hispanics and the nonprofit sector book the nonprofit sector/5(17).
Hispanics in Philanthropy Hispanics in Philanthropy is committed to strengthening Latino communities by increasing resources for the Latino and Latin American civil sector and by increasing Latino participation and leadership throughout the field of philanthropy.
The Diversity Gap in the Nonprofit Sector. Susan Medina J (3 percent), and Hispanics (4 percent) in those positions. Our findings, which we've published in a white paper, The State of Diversity in Nonprofit and Foundation Leadership, are. Over two decades ago, the Hispanic Federation was founded by its peers with a clear purpose of growing and investing in a strong network of New York City Latino nonprofits.
While HF's scope of work has grown in breadth, depth, and geographic reach, nonprofit capacity building still remains at the epicenter of the Federation's mission. The Hispanic Institute is a nonprofit organization that provides an effective education forum for an informed and empowered Hispanic America.
The Hispanic Institute manages several ongoing projects, including the study of Hispanic economic contributions, media monitoring, consumer fraud protection, citizenship education, and technology and.
Hispanics in Philanthropy (HIP) is an association of more than U.S. and Latin American grantmakers and nonprofit leaders committed to increasing philanthropic support of Latino communities and to promoting greater participation by Hispanics within organized philanthropy.
HIP brings to the collaborative a strong network of individuals with. J. Gregory Dees and Beth Battle Anderson, ""Sector-Bending: Blurring the Lines Between Nonprofit and For-Profit""; David Reingold, ""Scaling-up National Service in an Era of Performance Measurement and Accountability.""In Search of the Nonprofit Sector will be essential reading for scholars and practitioners interested in the pressing.
The nonprofit sector exists to benefit society. Within the nonprofit sector, there is a rich and dynamic diversity of causes and organizations. Without the many thousands of nonprofits, with their many millions of volunteers, society would lack valuable services, diversity, and civic participation.
The nonprofit sector is important because it. Hispanics In Energy (HIE) is an industry and community-driven, non-profit organization designed to drive Hispanic inclusion in America’s energy industry.
It is a resource for the energy industry, utility companies, municipalities, elected or appointed officials with oversight responsibility of energy related policies and practices, and. Thirty-five percent of Hispanics ages 18 to 24 were enrolled in a two- or four- year college.
And inalmost 40 percent of Hispanics over the age of 25 have had some college experience. Fifty two percent of U.S.-born Hispanics reported they had gone to college, while 27 percent of foreign-born Hispanics reported some college experience. An Introduction to the Nonprofit Sector book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This book is like new and was used for one semester!/5(6). Nonprofit Organizations () Administrative () Research () Fundraising () Communications and Public Relations () Environmental () International () Finance () Accounting () Arts and Culture (99) Religion Related (48) View all locations.
Washington, District of Columbia () Raleigh, North Carolina () New York. The non-profit organization dedicates efforts to improving education in the region. Cisneros also serves in other capacities. For example, she is the co-chair of Endeavor Miami, a director and executive committee member of the Board of the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, a trustee of the Paley Center for Media, and a board.
• Hispanics’ use of services within their communities, and culturally sensitive practices that facilitate the use of services. Reaching and Engaging Hispanic Communities: A Research-Informed Communication Guide, incorporates findings from the literature review, focus group data, and provider interviews.
The guide is meant to help providers as. Hispanics and Latinos are gaining a foothold in virtually every industry and career sector, reflecting the growing diversity of the US population. While most industries support general professional and trade organizations, a number of groups now focus specifically on issues important to Hispanics/Latinos.
The Nature of the Nonprofi t Sector is a collection of insightful and infl uential classic and recent readings on the existence, forms, and functions of the nonprofi t sector—the sector that sits between the market and government.
The readings encompass a wide variety of perspectives and disciplines and cover everything from Andrew Carnegie’s turn-of-the-century philosophy of.
The second edition of The Nonprofit Sector provides a novel, comprehensive, cross-disciplinary perspective on nonprofit organizations and their role and function in new, updated edition keeps pace with industry trends and advances as well as with the changing interests and needs of students, practitioners, and researchers/5(1).
Blue Cross NC’s investments in minority health have also included a $40, grant for Camino Community Center, a Christian nonprofit in Charlotte that serves Latino health needs, and a $,Most industries have been making changes to reflect this increasing figure, but the nonprofit sector has been slower to react.
Currently, nonprofit employees are approximately 82 percent white, ten percent African American, five percent Hispanic/Latino, three percent other, and .The nonprofit sector has changed in fundamental ways in recent decades.
As the sector has grown in scope and size, both domestically and internationally, the boundaries between for-profit, governmental, and charitable organizations have become intertwined.
Nonprofits are increasingly challenged on their roles in mitigating or exacerbating inequality.