Featured Fundraising

The Future of Doing Good: What’s Old is New Again

We. Were. Warned. And the future of America’s social capital was discovered in a bowling alley. Yep, you heard that correctly.

Featured Grant Writing

How to Take the Blind Date Out of Grant Writing

Grant writing is not an easy venture. Foundations and companies want to know all about your company and you want to put your best foot forward. However, it shouldn’t be a blind date. If you can work to make sure that your first contact with the grantor does not happen when they are reading your grant application, your chances of receiving a grant improve.

Board of Directors Featured

Why Passion Isn’t Enough for Your Board of Governance

Passion simply isn’t good enough for a fruitful board of directors. This may come as a surprise to some, but Chris Grundner has some compelling points that suggest otherwise.



Featured Human Resources

How to Attract the Right Nonprofit Talent for Your Organization

There is a person out there who is the right fit for whatever nonprofit job you’re trying to fill. You just need to do a few things to make sure you find them. Check out these ways to find the right balance of passion and experience.

Featured Nonprofit Technology Nonprofit Web Design

Survey: Less Than Half of Nonprofit Websites are Responsive

Google recently announced it was altering its search algorithm to favor mobile-friendly sites. As more users move to mobile devices and tablets, pages need to be responsive and adjust for whatever size they are being displayed. Unfortunately, based on survey results conducted by Nonprofit Hub, nonprofits have a lot of work to do to make sure their websites still appear near the top of the search results on Google.



Featured Fundraising

Three Ways to Secure Repeat Donors

Securing repeat donors can be a challenge, but it doesn’t have to be complicated. Here are three things I’d recommend that you focus on in 2015.

Featured Nonprofit Branding Nonprofit Marketing Plan

What I Learned from College and Working 4 Years at The Hub (And What You Can Take From It)

I graduated last weekend. Cue the relentless flow of scared, excited, sentimental and nostalgic feelings. All of the feelings. For the most part I’ve held back my emotions and have yet to cry. (I’m sure it’s coming. Don’t worry, I’m not a robot.) But here’s what I’ve learned during this transitional phase—which naturally is all relatable to the nonprofit world.