Are Nonprofit Workforce Shortages Still a Problem?
Is your charitable nonprofit struggling with unfilled vacancies, long waiting lists of people seeking services, chronic burnout, and other challenges like employee turnover? Or is the nonprofit workforce shortages crisis a thing of the past? We’d like to know.
A major survey and report in late 2021 identified the scope of the problems related to nonprofit workforce shortages and identified both public policy and practical solutions that have helped organizations hire and retain the staff they need to advance their missions. We invite you to complete the updated survey and help the nonprofit sector tell its story.
From your NEW executive director
Hello Alliance members and friends, First, please allow me to take this opportunity to say how excited I am to begin this new journey serving as executive director of the Alliance. It is truly an honor to work with each of you as we endeavor to create better communities for our children and families in […]
Members Focused on Women’s Health
Improving the health of Mississippi women is one of MWF’s top priorities. Through it’s strategic grant process, they are able to allocate funds to local organizations that help make a positive impact and support women’s health so their families thrive. WFM grants help young women increase their health literacy, an essential component for improving the […]
National Women’s Health Month
Happiness starts with good health. National Women’s Health Month observed annually in May, is a time the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office on Women’s Health (OWH) encourages all women and girls to reflect on their individual health needs and take the necessary steps to improve their overall health. Women often forego an […]