Dini Spheris just issued the results of a survey conducted earlier this year among philanthropic leaders in Houston. The following infographic summarizes their findings.
source: Dini Speris
APRA Greater Houston is accepting nominations for our 2016 board officers. The job of these board officers is to conduct the business side of the chapter and make sure we operate within the guidelines outlined in our corporate bylaws.
APRA-GH members and friends are invited to submit nominations (including self-nominations) for the following board officer positions:
Submit nominations to firstname.lastname@example.org until September 24th and board officer elections will follow in October.
If you work in a nonprofit organization, national economic indicators are part of the big picture. These indicators paint a picture of economic disparities and highlight the areas of greatest need for families struggling to maintain their stability and independence. These indicators influence current and future demand for education, healthcare, housing, transportation and social services. Thankfully, the Urban Institute compiles an incredible amount of insightful and useful data, dashboard style. Their dashboard includes data compiled for 366 of the country’s most densely populated cities. Give it a try!
Drill-down information for Houston–
This dashboard is amazing!
When I read this news article, I thought it was worth sharing. We all witness the human suffering associated with homelessness each day. However hard working programs are making a big difference.
Over the past 3 years Houston-based programs have located housing for 3,650 homeless military veterans. The good works of the organizations that focus on housing, human services and veteran services is having a positive impact on our society. Click on the image above to read the news article.
Thank you ❤