Friday, August 10, 2007

Call for Articles... Inspire Change

I received the following from Candace Gray of Gray Consulting Group. You can see previous issues here:

Don't have time to put together a full blog, but have some thoughts to share about fundraising and nonprofit management? This is a great opportunity to share your wisdom with the world.

"We are currently accepting articles for future issues of Inspire Change. As you may recall, Inspire Change is a quarterly, electronic publication designed to provide practical information to nonprofits in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Developed by Gray Consulting Group, the purpose of the webzine is to communicate best practices and new ideas that improve the performance of nonprofits. Articles will be geared toward the interest of staff, volunteers, board members and supporters of nonprofits.

Submission Guidelines
"We seek articles from local and national experts with knowledge on various aspects of nonprofit management and programming. We desire contributors with a passion for serving the nonprofit community, including nonprofit executives, consultants, funders and others. Content may include "how to" articles on subjects such as fundraising, leadership development, board development and program innovation.

"In addition, the publication seeks articles that provide the Dallas/Fort Worth perspective on issues such as education, economic development, faith- based initiatives, youth development and affordable housing. Articles should be thought-provoking, solution-oriented and practical. Articles must not be strongly promotional in nature. The length should range from 500 to 1,000 words. Shorter articles such as book and technology reviews are also welcomed. There is no compensation for articles published, however, authors do receive a byline at the end of the article with a website link and contact information.

"To be considered for the next edition, articles must be submitted by August 17th, 2007. 2007. Please contact (Candace Gray) at 214-275-7510 or if you have any questions."