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  • New Resource Bank nonprofit event: fundraising strategies for the missing middle

    Posted 10.27.2014

    On September 18, about 40 nonprofit leaders gathered together for a morning workshop hosted by New Resource Bank on “Fundraising Strategies for the Missing Middle.” The event was facilitated by Third Plateau Social Impact Strategies, a philanthropic advisory and nonprofit consulting firm.   Who is the missing middle? Traditionally, these are donors between $1,000 and $10,000. But they are more than that too--the missing middle wants to engage in nonprofits’ work beyond just contributions.

  • New Resource Bank sponsors Sustainable Foods Summit evening reception

    Posted 12.19.2013

    New Resource Bank is sponsoring the cocktail reception at the North American edition of the Sustainable Foods Summit, happening January 22–23, 2014, in San Francisco.

  • Blu Factory Experience

    Posted 12.04.2013

    Blu Homes will be holding a special “Blu Factory Experience” on Saturday, Dec. 7th.  Our 250,000 sq. ft.

  • Workshop helps nonprofit leaders align mission with financial reality

    Posted 11.26.2013

    In today’s economy, the challenges of nonprofits extends beyond fundraising and grant writing. Even deeply committed organizations can find it difficult to keep their mission aligned with financial reality. To address this challenge, New Resource Bank is hosting a dynamic workshop, Linking Money to Mission: A Balancing Act, which will provide nonprofit leaders with tools to analyze their organization’s financial

  • Re:think report: Blue Bottle Coffee, Saatchi & Saatchi S leaders discuss building a strong and ethical brand

    Posted 10.17.2013

    Purpose, people, pleasure and profit are trumping the traditional product, price, place and promotion as the new “4 P’s of marketing,” Annie Longsworth told attendees at New Resource Bank’s re:think event on Oct. 3.

  • SOCAP 2013

    Posted 08.28.2013

    SOCAP is a world-renowned conference series dedicated to increasing the flow of capital toward social good. SOCAP connects leading global innovators, investors, foundations, institutions, and social entrepreneurs to build this market at the intersection of money and meaning. SOCAP is the world’s most successful social enterprise and impact investing event, and has convened more than 5,000 people since it began

  • How to Build a Sustainable Nonprofit with a Compelling Story and Robust Online Platform

    Posted 05.20.2013

    As traditional sources of nonprofit funding crumble, innovative platforms for attracting donors are rising to replace them. Join us June 4 for the next re:think, where Bartlomiej Jan Skorupa of Groundwork Opportunities, Katherine Woo of Kiva and Pamela Hawley of UniversalGiving will discuss using the art of storytelling to build a movement, creating funding platforms that allow nonprofits to be

  • May 23 Event Tackles Game-Changing Approaches to Sustainability

    Posted 05.09.2013

    It will take more than technology to transform our society, economy, and energy systems to operate within the constraints of the planet’s life support systems. New Resource Bank President and CEO Vince Siciliano joins an impressive group of thinkers from academia, business, and government at “WEST Summit 2013: Showcase of Solutions for Planetary Sustainability,” on May 23 at NASA Ames

  • Ingredients for a great party: Great clients

    Posted 03.19.2013

    What makes a lunchbox eco-friendly? What green hotel can store your mountain bike in style while you slumber on 300-thread-count sheets? What does it mean to be a GHG Protocol 3 zero carbon business? Everyone who talked with our friends from 3rd Stone Design, Basecamp Hotel, and AlterEco at our most recent annual client reception and showcase

  • Good Food Awards Recognize Producers of Sustainably Grown Food

    Posted 02.22.2013

    New Resource client Seedling Projects organized the Good Food Awards on January 18 at the Ferry Building in San Francisco. The event celebrated producers who are redefining good food in America as not only tasty but also responsibly produced—think insourced, not outsourced; local, not global; high quality, organically farmed, not engineered and grown on questionable soil. We were delighted to

  • The new three R’s: rethink, rebuild, renew

    Posted 10.01.2012

    Note: This post by New Resource President and CEO Vince Siciliano originally appeared in Sustainable Industries as part of the online magazine’s Thought Leaders series. We’re running it here as an as an example of the perspective on sustainability that we share with clients. --Editor