Nonprofit campaign compares tackle football to letting kids smoke | Nonprofit campaign compares tackle football to letting kids smoke | Salvation Army looks to spur red kettle-giving via mobile pay
November 5, 2019
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Nonprofit campaign compares tackle football to letting kids smoke
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Nonprofit campaign compares tackle football to letting kids smoke
The Concussion Legacy Foundation's latest public service announcement shows a mother giving children cigarettes to emphasize its stance that allowing young kids to play tackle football may cause chronic traumatic encephalopathy in a way that's similar to how a history of smoking contributes to higher cancer risk. CLF founder Chris Nowinski has a goal of using the PSA to encourage children to wait until they are older to play tackle football.
MM&M (11/5) 
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Salvation Army looks to spur red kettle-giving via mobile pay
The Salvation Army is rolling out Apple Pay and Google Pay mobile-giving options for its annual red kettle campaign in the Chicago area in a push to attract younger donors and people who don't carry cash. Kettle Pay "will make it easier for people to donate and continue that annual tradition," says Jackie Rachev of the Salvation Army Metropolitan Division in Chicago.
Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model) (11/4) 
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Social worker's nonprofit aims to raise awareness through fashion
Social worker and stylist Winter Savage combined her passions -- mental health and fashion -- to start the nonprofit Fashion for Awareness. She's worked with a mother on a vlog and a photo shoot to raise awareness of postpartum depression and has helped high-school students in need prepare for prom, and by extension their future, by teaching them to be proactive in life.
The Virginian-Pilot (Norfolk) (11/4) 
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Boards in Action
Black Women's Policy Agenda to help uplift black women in Pittsburgh
The Black Women's Policy Agenda has secured a $25,000 grant from the Women and Girls Foundation and is seeking matching grants to fund a new program that will tackle inequality faced by black women in Pittsburgh. "Pittsburgh is unlivable for many black women and their families," says the foundation's Rochelle Jackson.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (tiered subscription model) (11/4) 
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Strategic Leadership
How "should" and "need to" kill your motivation
We sap our motivation and energy when we keep telling ourselves what we need to do, should be doing or don't have time to do, writes Kristin Hendrix. "Maybe ... we can give ourselves a little grace and the space to occasionally make the choices we need today and get back to our aspirations tomorrow," she writes.
Leadership Vitae (10/31) 
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Sector Analysis and Impact
Nonprofits in Texas city launch joint #GivingTuesday campaign
Eleven nonprofits in Katy, Texas, have launched their second #GivingTuesdayKaty campaign after a 16-organization group raised $102,479 through the event in 2018. "It's a local day of giving to help individuals, communities and organizations like yourself to encourage giving and celebrate generosity worldwide," says organizer Sarah Beaton.
Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model) (11/4) 
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Nonprofit Leaders in the News
Mass. pilot volunteers for nonprofit that gave him his start
Above the Clouds, a nonprofit in Norwood, Mass., that serves underprivileged kids, ignited a passion for flying in Corwin Huang, and now he's paying it forward by volunteering as a pilot for the organization. "If I can help someone be inspired the way I was ... that's all I want," says Huang, who's about to become a certified flight instructor.
The Patriot Ledger (Quincy, Mass.) (11/3) 
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