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When you open this issue, you’ll see a newly designed publication intended to make it easier
for you to focus every month on the ideas and trends that will advance your organization’s
mission—and your nonprofit career.
That’s just one of the valuable changes we’re unveiling this month to help you accomplish
more in less time.
In print, we’ve transformed our publication to focus every month on the big ideas and trends
you need to understand what’s new in philanthropy and what’s coming next. Online, we’ll
provide you with even more fast-breaking news updates and opinion pieces to help you keep
up with developments that affect you and your organization.
What’s more, your Chronicle of Philanthropy subscription now gives you online access
to hundreds of helpful tools—checklists, templates, resource guides, videos, case studies,
articles, and expert advice. We’ve applied our journalistic skills to gather unbiased, thoughtful
information about the nonprofit world to bring you the kind of trustworthy advice that you’d
get if you could ask the very best nonprofit professionals for guidance on accomplishing new
tasks … or improving upon old ones.
Plus, as part of your subscription, you now have free online access to GrantStation, a site that
strives to empower grant seekers by providing top-notch, carefully researched information
about thousands of opportunities to apply for government and private grants.
Whether you are a grant maker, nonprofit leader, board member, or consultant, we have
the tools you need to find out quickly what really works to raise money and provide strong
leadership within your organization.
Over the coming weeks, we’ll add new resources and features in print and online as we
continue our tradition of providing independent, carefully researched news, analysis, and
information to the nonprofit world. And we will provide an even better service if you let us
know what we can improve. Write me at email@example.com, and I’ll share your
ideas with my colleagues.
Our goal as we reinvent the Chronicle is simple: We want to make it easier for you to put all of
your time, imagination, and energy into changing lives. After all, that’s what matters most.
P.S.: We hope you’ll let your colleagues know about the great resources now available at
philanthropy.com so they, too, can spend less time worrying about the basics and concentrate on
their work to make the world a better place.