Civic Health in Wisconsin: Connectedness in Context-A coalition of nonpartisan Wisconsin-based organizations, in partnership with the National Conference on Citizenship, has released the first-ever report on Wisconsin’s civic health. You can find the full inaugural report here. Coalition members include: The UW-Madison Center for Community and Nonprofit... Read More
Moving Forward: Considerations for Nonprofit Re-engagement-Navigating the post-pandemic world will be a challenge for nonprofits throughout Wisconsin. The Helen Bader Institute for Nonprofit Management, in collaboration with the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits, has developed this set of guidelines to aid in this endeavor. Drawn from... Read More
The COVID-19 Effect on Wisconsin’s Nonprofit Sector-In an effort to understand the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Wisconsin nonprofits’ ability to meet their community’s needs, the Helen Bader Institute for Nonprofit Management at the University of Milwaukee, in partnership with the Institute for Nonprofit Management... Read More
HBI Summer Film Series-HBI is excited to announce its 2nd Annual Summer Film Series , which seeks to take a look into all aspects of the world social sector and our place in this ever-evolving landscape. Mark your calendars - you won't want to miss these films and the important discussions that follow.
HBI Launches the Wisconsin Nonprofit Career Center-The Helen Bader Institute (HBI) for Nonprofit Management at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee is proud to announce the WI Nonprofit Career Center - the premier resource in Wisconsin to connect nonprofit career opportunities with highly qualified talent throughout the state.
Andersson co-authors article in VOLUNTAS-"Dimensions of Capacity in Nonprofit Human Service Organizations"
by William A. Brown Email, Fredrik O. Andersson, Suyeon Jo VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations
December 2016, Volume 27, Issue 6, pp 2889–2912
Chikoto-Schultz and Neely publish article in VOLUNTAS-"Exploring the Nexus of Nonprofit Financial Stability and Financial Growth"
by Grace L. Chikoto-Schultz and Daniel Gordon Neely VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations
December 2016, Volume 27, Issue 6, pp 2561–2575
Community Forum on the Nonprofit Sector-Monday, April 24, 2017
9:00 - 11:00 am The Self-Help Myth: How Philanthropy Fails to Alleviate Poverty
Join Guest Professor Erica Kohl-Arenas for an enthusiastic debate.
Diversity of Nonprofit Boards in Nova Scotia and WI-September 26, 2017 at 5:00-6:00 pm
Diversity of Nonprofit Boards in Nova Scotia and WI: Does it make a difference in organizational performance?
Doug Ihrke, Professor, Public and Nonprofit Administration and Crystal Ellis, PhD Candidate in Africology
Neighborhood House: Managing Mission and Uncertainty in the Civil Rights Era-Neighborhood House, established in 1909, was the first social service organization in the young industrial city of Gary, Indiana, and one of four settlement houses that developed in Gary during the Progressive era. As Gary matured into a major city, economically and politically driven by the steel industry and rife with racial segregation, crime, and labor struggles, Neighborhood House adapted to meet the changing needs and resources within its environment.