A new online community from the American Parkinson Disease Association provides informational and emotional support for patients and their caretakers.
So many associations have been trying to figure out how to keep their industries relevant as millennials and Generation Z replace baby boomers. One expert instructs associations to get these individuals to tell their stories, instead of simply pushing out their own.
Through the Corporate Committee for Library Investment, organizations and businesses are banding together to help protect and secure federal funding for America’s libraries.
The National Audubon Society and its local and state groups actively advocate for bird-friendly building. A recent incident in Texas when hundreds of birds collided with a glass building has brought the issue to the forefront.
A new website from CTIA, the U.S. wireless industry, will help consumers, businesses, and police identify lost or stolen smartphones available for resale.
Boards are essential to driving a company’s or an organization’s mission and strategic plan. By partnering with affinity groups, the National Association of Corporate Directors is making sure boards are better representing those they serve.
A new grant program from the Military Officers Association of America will help it leverage the power of its local components and their charitable work, while strengthening the national-chapter relationship.
Natural disasters are wreaking havoc on the country’s communities and budget. The Federal Alliance for Safe Homes wants to emphasize how building codes can reduce the effects.
During a forum hosted by Meet Puerto Rico on the future of travel, a panel of industry experts discussed potential challenges from and solutions to the changing travel culture.
A new parent organization will bring together all segments of the home-based care industry to advocate for better resources and recognition.