Ready to Lead?

Next Generation Leaders Speak Out

A skilled, committed and diverse pool of next generation leaders would like to be nonprofit executives in the future, but concerns about insufficient work-life balance and lack of earning potential may keep them from it. This national survey of 6,000 emerging nonprofit leaders, produced by the Meyer Foundation in partnership with the Annie E. Casey Foundation and others, presents challenges and recommendations for training and supporting future nonprofit executives.

January 1, 2008

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The National Fund for Workforce Solutions

A History of Collaboration

This report traces how various funders—national foundations, smaller local foundations, and government agencies can work together to have an impact on key economic challenges. Such collaborations foster new possibilities in the workforce field and should encourage other funders to support similar efforts.

January 1, 2008

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Strengthening Rural Families

By the Numbers: Using Data to Drive Action on Behalf of Children and Families

This brief illustrates how data collection and analysis can influence decisions to improve the well-being of low-income working families in Minnesota.

December 30, 2007

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Using Data to Drive Action on Behalf of Children and Families

By the Numbers

This brief tells how data shaped and strengthened efforts to build financial stability among low-income rural families in west central Minnesota. It highlights Annie E. Casey’s Rural Family Economic Success framework and is part of the Foundation’s Strengthening Rural Families publication series.

March 22, 2007

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Leadership in Action Program

Casey’s Leadership in Action Program delivers hands-on training for people from diverse fields and backgrounds who are working hard to improve results for vulnerable children and families. This brochure explains how the program works and how to tell if a community is ready to participate.

January 1, 2007

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