Gaining political power doesn't have to include millions of dollars, big rallies with loud speeches, or campaign buses. You need the power of votes. More specifically, nonprofits can help to ensure their communities' collective voice is heard at the polls by supporting voter registration and engagement.
The Alliance for Strong Families and Communities' 2016 Senior Leadership Conference (SLC) is uniquely tailored to the networking and knowledge development needs of executives, directors, and managers at human-serving organizations.
In preparation for the 2016 Alliance National Conference, to be held Oct. 19-21 in Los Angeles, the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities is now accepting auditions for Snapshots, its version of TED Talks.
If you have a unique and interesting idea, a compelling story, and a dynamic presentation style, you're the perfect person to star in Snapshots. With a 10-minute time limit and style inspired by TED Talks, these talks prompt the audience to take action, feel inspired, or challenge prevailing wisdom. … more
Participate in the only compensation study focused solely on the human services sector and receive a free copy of the final report.
The Alliance for Strong Families and Communities 2016 U.S. Human Services Compensation report is an integral tool for use in budgeting and compensation practices because it features analysis of data from similar nonprofit organizations.
By completing this year's survey, Alliance members will not only help inform the report with up-to-date information, but also get a free copy—a $450 value. Nonmembers will receive a $300 discount on the report. … more
In 2008, the Alliance became the first national nonprofit membership association to gain accreditation. In 2012, the organization was re-accredited. The Alliance, along with several other organizations, also helped found the Council on Accreditation in 1977.