Today I say to you that the challenges
we face are real. They are serious and
are many. They will not be met easily
or in a short span of time. But know this,
America—they will be met... Starting
today, we must pick ourselves up, dust
ourselves off, and begin again the work
of remaking America.
January 20, 2009
hundreds of community activists, individual
and institutional donors,
and social entrepreneurs
that comprise the Tides community are—and
will continue to be—critical to the
hard work of "remaking
America" that the President referred
to in his inaugural address. In this
first issue of our re-launched email
Tidings, we share with you reflections
from thought leaders about the impact
of the recession on the nonprofit and
sector, practical tools to share from
our work with the sector, and updates
the work of the Tides community.
STRATEGIES FOR RESOURCING THE SECTOR
As we begin 2009, the volatile economic climate and impact from the Madoff
scandal continue to define the environment in which we work.
Responding to the realities of a constrained economic environment has
led many organizations to new opportunities for collaboration and innovation. Send
us your stories, and peruse
the links below.
911: a blog that defines how the nonprofit
sector operates in this new fiscal