Media ReCap
January 16-31, 2018

Here's our media recap for the second half of January 2018. Just hit the "Click to Tweet" links below to send our feedback to each journalist.

Big thank you to the handful of supporters who alerted us to this Boston Globe story. Thanks to the quick alert and turnaround, the Globe published our Letter to the Editor. We'd like to see lots more of these in 2018, so please flag any stories that need a response!

We'd also love to keep hearing your feedback on our Media Rubric. Is it missing anything? Does it need any improvements?

Thanks, as always, for the support!


Nailed it.

"Nonprofit leaders encouraged to apply for Harvard management scholarships"
by Steve Jagler (Journal Sentinel)
Social Shares: 104  |  Journalist Reach: 5,660  |  Journalist Shares: 1 | Tweet @Steve


Almost there.

"We’re asking the wrong questions when it comes to nonprofit executive wages"
by Tony Abraham (Generocity)
Social Shares: 226  |  Journalist Reach: 5,580  |  Journalist Shares: 2 | Tweet @Tony

"How Nonprofits Can Compete With Silicon Valley For Talent"
by Pamela Hawley (Forbes)
Social Shares: 22 | Journalist Reach: 0 | Journalist Shares: 0 | Tweet @Pamela


Needs work.

"Employee theft ‘shockingly common’ at nonprofits"
by Todd Wallack (Boston Globe)
Social Shares: 1,412 | Journalist Reach: 522,202 | Journalist Shares: 36 | Tweet @Todd

"How to keep charities from selling your name"
by Karin Klein (The Sacramento Bee)
Social Shares: 4 | Journalist Reach: 421 | Journalist Shares: 1 | Tweet @Karin

"What Makes Charity Ideas Work"
by David Schwab (Forbes)
Social Shares: 103 | Journalist Reach: 0 | Journalist Shares: 0 | Tweet @David

"Nonprofit Employees Commit Theft More Often Than You'd Think"
by Carrie Healy (New England Public Radio)
Social Shares: 6 | Journalist Reach: 0 | Journalist Shares: 0 | Tweet @Carrie