Culture isn’t just for startups and businesses; it’s a fundamental part of every nonprofit’s DNA. Your nonprofit culture helps to define your brand.
A good nonprofit board is a well rounded board. You’ve probably heard you’re looking for people to fill roles in three key areas: Time, Treasure or Talent.
Many nonprofits start out on a wing and a prayer but without a legit business plan. Just because an organization is labeled a “nonprofit,” that doesn’t exempt it from operating like a business
As much as I’d love to tell you the money will just take care of itself, that’s a pipe dream—you need to have a solid financial plan from the get-go.
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?