Nonprofit Spotlight: 2018’s Most Read Articles

Nonprofit Spotlight by mOppenheimORG

This past year, we had the privilege to interview numerous nonprofit organizations for our Nonprofit Spotlight series.  These organizations have made long lasting contributions to their communities by providing services, knowledge, and support to individuals and families.  As we look forward to 2019, we want to thank all of the organizations featured for sharing their work and insights with us and celebrate the top 5 most read interviews of this past year:

Swords to Plowshares – Across the city of San Francisco, hundreds of veterans who served in different wars face a multitude of complex and unique issues.  Swords to Plowshares Executive Director Michael Blecker discusses how the organization addresses issues faced by each individual veteran and the multitude of services designed to help them become self-sufficient. Read article.

Holy Family Day Home – The Holy Family Day Home provides education and support services to families who face homelessness and challenging financial times.  Executive Director Heather Morado discusses how the organization provides resources to all members of each family and instills a sense of hope for those living in San Francisco. Read article.

Chinatown Community Development Center –  For over 40 years, San Francisco’s Chinatown Community Development Center has worked to help residents stay in one of the most culturally rich districts in the city.  Reverend Norman Fong, Executive Director of the Chinatown Community Development Center, explains how the organization works to keep diverse families within the city. Read article.

Richard H. Driehaus Museum – During the early 1900s, an abundance of wealth drove much of Chicago’s commerce and growth.  Today, visitors of the Driehaus Museum are able to     examine how the past corresponds to current waves of prosperity.  Executive Director Richard Townsend explains how the museum educates audiences about societal issues through art. Read article.

Low Income Housing Institute – Every day, numerous individuals throughout Seattle live unsheltered on the streets without access to basic utilities, including heat.   Executive Director of the Low Income Housing Institute Sharon Lee discusses the unique ways in which the organization helps low-income individuals begin anew through stable housing. Read article.

We thank you for reading our Nonprofit Spotlight interview series in 2018 and look forward to sharing the work of more organizations in 2019!

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