Tell Department of Labor: Don’t Unravel the Fabric of Our Communities
In the flurry of headlines surrounding the Department of Labor’s recently released notice of proposed rules to update the Fair Labor Standards Act’s (FLSA) overtime exemptions and its potential impact on businesses, there seems to be a missing perspective. If enacted, how will these regulations affect members of the nonprofit human-serving sector? And even more, what will the potential impact be for the children, families, and the communities we serve? … more
In October 2015, in St. Louis, the sun will rise.
And with it, individuals and organizations will connect minds and unite spirits—for change, for understanding, for good.
Join more than 600 leaders from nonprofit human-serving organizations across the country for the 2015 Alliance National Conference. We will learn from thought leaders; echo the nearby community's calls for equity; and celebrate the people, solutions, and values that are revitalizing our neighborhoods.
More than 180 nonprofit, human services organizations around the country provided their most up-to-date data on professional, direct service, and support staff positions to the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities for the 2015 Human Services Compensation in the United States report, now on sale.
The 2015 compensation report contains detailed summary data and descriptive statistics for salaries for the top executive, licensed/credentialed professionals, direct service and program staff, and support staff positions. … more
Today, nonprofit human-serving organizations are called upon to rise …
For Conscience … to reawaken our nation’s promise of equal opportunity for all by advocating for true equity in our nation’s attitudes, policies, and systems
For Cause … to unite in a movement of peoples and organizations, transforming our nation through the distinctive values of the nonprofit human-serving sector
For Community … to achieve genuine community impact, lifting more of our neighbors toward lives of financial stability, health, safety, and educational and employment success … more
In 2008, the Alliance became the first national nonprofit membership association to gain accreditation. In 2012, the organization was re-accredited. The Alliance, along with several other organizations, also helped found the Council on Accreditation in 1977.