Fundraisers and Nonprofit Funders: Willing and (Sometimes) Able

Your nonprofit and its funders have one thing in common—a shared passion for your mission and a fervent desire to reach it. But that may be your only commonality. Your nonprofit runs into trouble when your organization’s fundraising protocol doesn’t coincide with your funders’ regulations.

As important as they are to your organization, funders may slow down or even hurt your nonprofit’s fundraising initiatives. It doesn’t mean you have to sever your partnership, but you may need to adjust the terms of your agreement.

For two areas in which nonprofit fundraisers and their funders often conflict, follow the link below.

It’s All Greek to Me [A Small Change]

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