Get a solid volunteer plan in place right away. If you have a good idea, community members will be willing to help out not just financially, but also with sweat equity.
Marketing is an essential part of building your brand. Your marketing strategy communicates what your mission is and how you want to impact the world.
So, you’re starting a new organization and a community member or colleague stops you one day and wants to know more about it. What you are going to say?
The Food Bank of Lincoln, a small-time organization with big-time retention rates, has donors coming in from across the country. So what’s their secret?
Sure it’s important for your organization to pay attention to some nonprofit trends. But what if your NPO isn’t ready to tackle the nonprofit trends of 2015? Start the year off right by making sure you go back to the basics.
This article originally ran in our Nonprofit Hub Magazine, a free bi-monthly magazine dedicated to providing focused content on a particular topic. In our September/October 2014 edition, we explored year-end giving. To reserve your free copy of our next issue, sign up today. ———————————————— When year-end approaches, everyone is thinking about making that last-ditch ask—but ‘tis…
It’s important to approach major donors the right way—not as ATM machines or with dollar signs in our eyes, but as partners in our mission. Here are five key thoughts in the forefront of my mind as I engage with these potential supporters.
One thing that tends to fall through the cracks amidst all the hoopla surrounding year-end giving is your website.