Michigan Nonprofit Association Blog

MNA’s Blog is designed to give you, the nonprofit community, an informal look into the issues currently facing Michigan’s nonprofit sector and an opportunity to share tools, resources and best practices. It’s also a way for us to get to know each other a little bit better through candid discussions of the topics, challenges and opportunities that our sector deals with on a regular basis. Check back daily and participate in the discussions by posting a comment or emailing our bloggers. We love hearing from you!

Donna Murray-Brown Elected Chair of National Council of Nonprofits Board of Directors

Washington, DC — The National Council of Nonprofits (Council of Nonprofits) announced the election of Donna Murray-Brown, President and CEO of the Michigan Nonprofit Association (MNA), as the next Chair of its Board of Directors.

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Donna Murray-Brown Named to Nonprofit Times Power & Influence Top 50 for 2018

MORRIS PLAINS, N.J. -- Donna Murray-Brown has been selected as one of Nonprofit Times Power & Influence Top 50 for 2018. Murray-Brown is receiving the honor for her work as a top executive and strategist who has demonstrated significant impact in addressing the nonprofit sector’s critical needs in Michigan.

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Census 2020 Michigan Nonprofits Count Campaign Receives State Funding

LANSING, Mich. -- The Michigan legislature recently allocated $500,000 in appropriations funding for the Census 2020 Michigan Nonprofits Count Campaign to ensure a complete count of Michigan residents in the upcoming 2020 Census. The Michigan Nonprofit Association (MNA) is spearheading the campaign and will be the steward of the funding designated to support specific areas of preparation and outreach for Census 2020. The campaign was launched with seed funding from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and support from the Council of Michigan Foundations.

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Everybody Counts; Everybody Wins in Census 2020

LANSING, Mich. —  A lot is at stake in Michigan in the upcoming 2020 Census, which makes ensuring a complete count of all Michigan residents an imperative. Historically, the Census has missed disproportionate numbers of racial minorities, immigrants, young children and those living in poverty (hard-to-count populations) leading to inequality in political power and government funding. To help ensure a complete count in the 2020 Census, the Michigan Nonprofit Association (MNA) is leading the 2020 Nonprofits Count Campaign to encourage members of traditionally hard-to-count populations to participate in the upcoming 2020 Census. The campaign was launched with seed funding from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and support from the Council of Michigan Foundations (CMF).

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Michigan Nonprofit Association partners with health insurance broker to transform the benefits industry status quo for large nonprofits in Michigan.

MNA and Nonstop Administration and Insurance Services announce partnership to bring improved access to care at reduced costs to Michigan nonprofits with 50+ employees on benefits

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First Critical Deadline for Census 2020

First Critical Deadline for Census 2020

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Media Advisory: Vu Le, Author of Popular Blog, "Nonprofit AF," Keynotes Talent Strategy Summit

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Michigan Campus Compact Announces 2017 Newman Civic Fellows

pdf Michigan Campus Compact Announces 2017 Newman Civic Fellows

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Michigan Nonprofit Association Awards 2017-18 AmeriCorps VISTA Host Sites

pdf MNA Awards 2017-18 AmeriCorps VISTA Host Sites pdf

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NEW and MNA Partner to Present Public Policy 411 Webinar Series

pdf NEW and MNA Partner to Present Public Policy 411 Webinar Series

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