Featured Volunteer Management Volunteer Recruiting

4-Part Anatomy of an Ideal Nonprofit Volunteer Experience

Whether you're a large or a small nonprofit, here are the four parts of an ideal first-time volunteer experience for your organization.

Featured Human Resources

Four Reasons Nonprofits Can Land Awesome Hires

The nonprofit world is like baking: a few exact ingredient with limited substitutions available.

You need a tech person like you need eggs. You need a board of directors like you need baking soda. And you always need sugar, just like you need volunteers.

Featured Nonprofit Web Design

5 Ways to Improve Your Nonprofit Website (As Explained By Baby Animals)

Creating a great website can be a daunting feat, but learn from these 5 tips and you can improve your nonprofit website in no time. Also, baby animals.

Featured Nonprofit Marketing Plan Social Media

3 Ways to Use Social Media for Higher Education Fundraising Success

As an institution built primarily for the Millennial demographic, higher education organizations need to go where those people are—social media.

Featured Fundraising

The Keys to Setting Donor Levels (and Why You May Need to Rethink Them)

Donor levels can make or break a donation. Too many NPOs aren’t strategic when setting donor levels, and as a result, they miss out on key donations.

Board of Directors Featured Human Resources

Tales from the Trenches: How to Balance the Roles of Your Board of Directors

The Board of Directors play an important role in your nonprofit, but how do you choose them and balance the interest of your organization? Below are some ideas for two different types of board members: those who are active in the day-to-day operations and those who are not.

Fundraising Nonprofit Marketing Plan

Are Your Nonprofit Donor Experiences Outdated?

The most meaningful donor experiences occur when your donors get to see their gift in action.

Volunteer Management

3 Tips to Keep Volunteers Coming Back for More

Keeping volunteers coming back to your NPO can be tough, but think about these three things and keep volunteers coming back for good.


Tackling the Silence—Getting Over the Fear of the Ask

When asking someone for a donation to your nonprofit, they’ll have to think about it.


Reevaluating Your Nonprofit Budget to Provide Long-term Value

Reevaluating your nonprofit budget can be the key to providing long term value instead of just covering the bare bones.