Earlier this month, we discussed the importance of building connections—especially in the initial stages of starting a nonprofit.
Now it’s time for your next lesson in starting a nonprofit: you can achieve a lot with a little. It doesn’t take much to be successful. Okay, let us rephrase that—it doesn’t take a lot of money to be successful. You’ve still got to have the work ethic, the ideas and the persistence to see your ideas through. But, if you’re a little below your ideal target when starting a nonprofit, no worries—you still do a lot of good in the world.
Check out the article below to learn more.
10 Lessons Learned Over 10 Years: Launching GlobalGiving in the UK [GlobalGiving Blog]