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NPFX: The Nonprofit Fundraising Exchange

Mar 3, 2021

More and more, nonprofits are relying on collaboration to advance their mission — especially these days with increased pressure caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Collaboration between nonprofits can provide many advantages to the organizations involved as well as the communities they serve. In today’s podcast episode, Rich Frazier (IPM Advancement) is joined by Dr. Anne Newland (North Country Healthcare) and Sam Dean (Scott Family Amazeum) to explore what it takes for nonprofit organizations to work well with others for greater impact.

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IPM's free Nonprofit Resource Library:

4 Ideas for Finding Collaborations That Expand Your Nonprofit’s Reach and Impact:

How Nonprofits Succeed by Focusing on Others — Part 1: Learn to Say No:

Dr. Anne Newland is the Chief Executive Officer for North Country Healthcare. She is responsible for the the largest federally qualified health center in northern Arizona. Their clinics partner with community agencies to improve the quality of care and access to primary care for people across the state. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Newland and her team have been active re-imagining patient interactions to maintain CDC health protocols, all while being an instrumental provider of first COVID-19 tests and now COVID-19 vaccinations. 

Sam Dean is the Executive Director of the Scott Family Amazeum in Bentonville, Arkansas. Sam is passionate about epic learning and working across communities to find ways to allow people to be curious and explore the world around them. He’s an experienced nonprofit leader, specializing in museum education. After opening the Amazeum almost six years ago, Scott is now leading them through their first major expansion.