Vu Le
Vu Le Profile

Vu Le (“voo lay”) is a writer, speaker, vegan, Pisces, and Executive Director, Rainier Valley Corps, a nonprofit in Seattle that promotes social justice by developing leaders of colour, strengthening organisations led by communities of color, and fostering collaboration between diverse communities. Check out his other posts at Nonprofit AF.


Articles by Vu Le


Jim Carrey typing on laptop in Bruce Almighty
Humour

November 23, 2020
Honest email auto-replies
What auto-generated email responses would look like if we were more frank in our communication.
proverbs rewritten
Humour

August 24, 2020
“A bunch of meetings a day keeps the progress away”
25 famous proverbs rewritten for nonprofits, philanthropists, and everything in between.
A graphic image of a haunted house
Humour

October 28, 2019
What would a nonprofit-themed haunted house look like?
Warning: Make sure you don’t read this by yourself at night, because it's terrifying.
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Humour

July 22, 2019
How to vacation like a (nonprofit) boss
If you are a nonprofit professional who is terrible at relaxing, some of these tips might help.
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Humour

May 6, 2019
Haiku-ing your way through nonprofit life
Do you have a lot of nonprofit angst? Why waste it when you can channel it into poetry.
dirty office
Humour

April 1, 2019
“Does this board member spark joy?”
How to tidy your organisation using the KonMari method.
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Humour

January 21, 2019
Imagine if we talked to everyone like they worked at a nonprofit
Just a little taste of the nonprofit experience.
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Humour

November 5, 2018
Downward-facing budget and other nonprofit yoga poses
Nonprofit life comes with its ups and downs. Here's a specially curated selection of yoga poses to keep you calm and composed through it all.
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Humour

April 30, 2018
Nonprofit funding: Buying a cake and restricting it too
When it comes to nonprofit funding, donors can be a little (too) specific about where their money can and cannot go. Imagine what a bakery would be like if it had the same funding restrictions as nonprofits.