To better focus on the dynamic needs of its members, The Toy Association announced not only a new name but also a new headquarters, new mission, new look, new tagline, and new strategic plan.
Unfortunately, fraud can happen at any association, but implementing these four controls will help mitigate that risk.
With the help of its dedicated communications committee, the Association of Women Surgeons capitalizes on a New Yorker cover that went viral. The April 3 issue of The New Yorker featured striking cover art by French artist Malika Favre. The illustration portrays four female surgeons wearing surgical masks as they peer down at a patient. […]
With National Park Week in full swing, the National Parks Conservation Association is calling on the public to reach out to their senators about supporting a new bill that would allocate federal funds for national parks maintenance.
Warmer days may mean a higher chance for dress code violations. Communications professional Sheri Singer offers some advice for associations when it comes to their policies.
In an effort to fill the boat shoes of retiring marine tradesmen and women, the Rhode Island Marine Trades Association created a summertime boatbuilding program aimed at high school students.
With a set of PSAs running with the new Warner Brothers film Going In Style, the National Kidney Foundation hopes to shed light on kidney health and organ donation.
Sponsorships are a great way to bring in nondues revenue to either your national association or one of its chapters. Here are five tips for creating a successful sponsorship program.
The American Sexual Health Association launched a new initiative that encourages sexually active young adults to get tested for STDs. Elements of the campaign include a new website, hashtag, and video.
A new McKinley Marketing Partners report shows that digital marketing hires are on the rise. It also reveals that a majority of job seekers are open to the idea of working for nonprofits but are concerned about lower salaries.