The Nonprofit Quarterly provides research-based news and analysis that is geared toward practitioner use within the nonprofit sector. With most of their content freely available, this magazine remains an important resource for organizations across many fields, and an important "voice" in the sector. The Philanthropy program has provided general support through our Memberships and Knowledge strategy for several years, but last year increased our support as NPQ created a much-needed business plan. This grant will provide NPQ with general, flexible support as it makes the organizational and operational shifts from its old business model to the new one.
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The Nonprofit Quarterly provides independent, research-based journalism through its quarterly magazine and daily online journal geared toward practitioner use within the nonprofit sector, with some audience representation from philanthropy and the public sector. It strives to be the authoritative independent news source for matters of civil society and views an active, sometimes disruptive, civil sector as being critical to a healthy democracy. The publication’s growing audience includes nonprofits, foundations, academia, and government. It also makes much of its content freely accessible online. This grant will support a new initiative called the Voice Lab, which aims to help social sector leaders develop and use their voices publicly.