Skills-based volunteering is a powerful resource for driving operational growth, which ultimately helps you achieve your mission. This program connects you with talented professionals looking to give back, allowing you to access expertise in areas such as marketing, web development, operations, strategy, and more.
This page is designed to assist and educate cultural organizations as they prepare and develop their long range plan for compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Plans are a requirement for all organizations receiving funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State. In addition, a majority of the state's County Cultural and Heritage Commissions require a plan from their grantees.
The Certificate in Nonprofit Management Series program offers convenient access to 10 of the most essential classes for current and future nonprofit leaders. The Nonprofit Center at La Salle University’s School of Business has the largest offering of programs for nonprofit organizations seeking to become stronger and more sustainable.
AASLH is pleased to share our 2021 Annual Report with the field. Despite another year that was anything but predictable, our community came together in meaningful ways that fostered connection, dialogue, and renewed dedication to the importance of history for all people.
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To create art, you need materials and tools. For the most DIY of us, we can find some of those materials and tools around our homes. But the rest of us will need to source tools, equipment, and materials to make our work. So, understanding that artists need to use tools and equipment that you aren’t always going to be buying for keeps, what are your options to borrow or rent the tools you need to create your work?