Media Relations

Your grandmother may be joining Facebook soon

I’m not a Facebook-er. Or a Twitter-er.

In fact, this is my second blog post ever.

But at The Numad Group, we’re having a wonderful time partnering with TeachSD, a project of South Dakota State University (SDSU) Extension, to evaluate a pilot program they just got off the ground in seven communities across the state to help adults gain valuable technology skills.

Love for the levee in the Quad Cities

Love for the levee in the Quad Cities

Barbara Melbourne at the Community Foundation of the Great River Bend recently worked with Fran Riley of KWQC-TV, the NBC news affiliate in the Quad Cities (where I grew up), on this fantastic feature that speaks to the essence of philanthropy, and the impact endowments can have to transform a region.

Editorial: People with disabilities make key contributions

It was wonderful to open up my laptop on this beautiful Saturday morning in Beacon Hill, and as I was checking my various go-to online newspapers (The New York TimesThe Boston GlobeThe Quad City Times, and The Rapid City Journal), to stumble upon this guest editorial by Brad Saathoff, CEO of Black Hills Works, one of the nonprofits we have the honor of partnering with. 

Keeping kids off the streets in Rapid City

Rapid City Police Department Lt. John Olson has seen what idle hands can do. That is why the 20-year veteran can attest to the importance of The Club for Boys and applauds the announcement of a grant that will bolster the organization’s Older Boy Program—keeping kids off the street while promoting positive life choices.