The failure rate for nonprofits isn’t as high as businesses, which routinely hovers around 70% over three years. But nonprofits face a different set of challenges. When a nonprofit starts and succeeds, it’s often attributable to the tenacity and rigorous leadership of its board.
Children’s Advocacy Centers of Illinois’ Billie Larkin is retiring. “This is the greatest job in the world. I’ve felt that way all the way through.”
Communities around Clinton County come together to quintuple the size and space for Frankfort-based Quinton’s House.
“…the investment saves money and time for investigators and prosecutors and protects the health and safety of children and families.”
“I really felt a sense of purpose there and while it was horrible, her healing was starting.”
Kids Talk CAC in Madison County is moving to a larger space and expanding coverage into Tipton County.
Heather Eberth-Teike has become very busy lately providing mental health services to a growing list of children.
Lafayette is showing that mayors and councils can have an impact on important causes despite funding reductions.
Ind. Court of Appeals Judge Michael P. Barnes talks about the responsibilities of a community for women, children, and families.
Jan Dunn could talk all day about positive changes that happen inside Child Advocacy Centers when they become accredited facilities.