It’s never too late to show your volunteers some love and start forming relationships with them. Here are three nearly-effortless things your nonprofit can implement right now to create a culture of appreciation for this essential group.
Relationships, including the ones you have with your donors, don’t survive well on autopilot. Even the best relationships require attention and a little TLC in order to grow and thrive beyond the initial honeymoon stage.
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.