Guest Blogger: Emma Standring-Trueblood

We're excited to welcome our first ever Guest Blogger, Emma Standring-Trueblood! We'll be posting quarterly blog posts by her on a variety of topics. As a corporate fundraiser for Children's Hospital Los Angeles, her specialty is in the areas of corporate social responsibility, locally focused fundraising, and fundraising events. Learn more about her below and keep your eyes peeled for her first post in early April.

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Welcome our Newest Board Members, Noa and Andrew!

We're excited to welcome our two newest board members, Noa Oldak-Moradian and Andrew Vidales!

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Winter Book Recommendations

If you're lucky enough to get a few days off this holiday season, consider adding one more tally to your "2016 books read" list and impressing your boss when you return to the office in January. Below are six books that we hope will educate and inspire. In the spirit of shoestring nonprofit budgets, the price listed is the cheapest used book price on Amazon.

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Fresh Year, Fresh Goals!

2016 has been a long year. The highs were high, but the lows (it seems) were pretty low. Over the next few weeks, we hope you take some time to unwind, practice some radical self-care, and set your intentions for 2017.

Not sure how? We're here to help.

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Forum on Student Debt: Interview with Delaine Ureño

YNPN Los Angeles member Delaine Ureño recently attended the Forum on Student Debt and the Nonprofit Workforce for free through YNPN LA's partnership with the Association for California Nonprofits and She walked away with important information about managing her own debt and an actionable plan for tackling it -- one dollar at a time! Here's her interview with YNPN LA Secretary Brian Rosenbaum.

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#YNPN16 Activate! Summit

Last weekend Board Members Eileen, Amaka and Stacey (me!) attended YNPN’s National Conference - Activate! Summit - in Portland, OR. For more information about YNPN National you can check out their website. Over the 2.5 days we got to learn about everything from member engagement, cultivating chapter culture, fundraising and marketing. We want to share with you some of the things we did, so here it is.

*From left to right: Eileen, Amaka and Stacey.

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