When 16 Jewish community centers received bomb threats on the same day, JCC Association of North America kept its members informed about the threats in real time.
The Tea Council of the USA has launched a photo-sharing sweepstakes encouraging tea drinkers to show how and why they enjoy tea—their “individualiTEA.”
The Automotive Social Portal allows tire industry associations and member companies to share product, safety, and dealer information with consumers through social media. It’s also a valuable new member benefit.
Building on their informal relationships, board members of the National Association of Women Lawyers have committed to mentoring younger leaders in the legal sphere who serve on the board of Ms. JD. The goal: to power up the profession's up-and-comers.
Social isolation is a serious problem for older Americans. AARP Foundation’s new platform, Connect2Affect, aims to raise awareness and identify solutions.
As their volunteers interact more heavily with vulnerable populations, some nonprofits are checking their backgrounds more thoroughly, according to a recent survey.
The World Olympians Association is launching a grant program to assist Olympians who are working to make the world a better place.
Marketing is critical, and technology is key, according to the new American Marketers Survey conducted by the New York American Marketing Association and BrandSpark.
Association executives from across the spectrum discuss their New Year's resolutions heading into 2017.
The lead singer of the band Imagine Dragons is hosting an interactive talk show for the Spondylitis Association of America to tell stories of people, like himself, living with the little-known autoinflammatory disease.