Massachusetts Bar Association members have packed schedules, but they still want to give back to the community. So the organization created the Dial-A-Lawyer program to let them do just that.
After a major overhaul of its application process, the Peace Corps saw a major jump in the number of candidates applying to serve. One membership professional identifies some lessons learned for associations.
Two more confirmed cases of Ebola in the U.S.—both in nurses who cared for the Dallas patient who died last week—has nurses’ groups urging action to better prepare hospitals and healthcare workers to care for patients infected with the disease.
With concerns rising in the U.S. about the deadly implications of an Ebola outbreak, some dietary supplement retailers could try to cash in. Industry groups are working to get out in front of false disease-prevention claims.
The income disparity in America is accompanied by a charitable giving disparity, according to a new study.
Polling professionals say that fewer people are responding to surveys, which dilutes the credibility of the results. What can associations do to keep their survey findings reliable? The leader of a researchers’ organization shares some tips.
A campaign to make green hospitals and safer takes hold.
What's our latest idea? Hosting a summer movie night that lets members network in a laid-back environment.
Looking for the best candy on the block this Halloween? (Hint: Pay your baby boomer neighbors a visit.) A new survey by the National Confectioners Association looks at how different generations put their own stamp on holiday traditions.
With its website set to launch this week, the Organic and Natural Health Association has a number of issues it hopes to tackle right away. First up: Coming to a consensus on what a “natural product” is.