Nonprofits may be surprised to find that their communities have already implemented the kind of innovative, collaborative programming that their leadership — and funders — are looking for.
An inclusive and engaged advisory committee has the potential to increase the quality, reach, and overall impact of your nonprofit’s work on a consistent basis.
Defining the desired outcome and what constitutes success in measurable terms helps stakeholders align their actions and priorities, ensuring that every effort is geared toward achieving this shared vision.
When we take a closer look at what Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) frameworks actually entail, it is often not worth the time and resources for most small nonprofits to go through such a process.
A blueprint for how using strategic inquiry can help your nonprofit better understand your community’s needs and provide key insights with the potential to help you innovate and better serve those who count on you.
The ERC program has been amended several times and has officially concluded, but eligible nonprofit organizations are still eligible to file and benefit from this tax credit. Find out more about this government stimulus program.
Measuring the dual bottom lines of sustainability and impact can help you determine if the time has come for your nonprofit to conclude your mission — or pivot to a new one.
Does your nonprofit consistently reach the same group? It may be time to consider expanding your marketing efforts to reach a wider audience.
Shirley Wang is the founder of Davis Wang, a woman- and certified minority-owned law firm. In her third decade of practicing law, she leads the firm’s employment law practice, representing employers and senior management and providing high-level strategic advice on a wide array of litigation, compliance, training and investigations, and advice and counseling matters. Ms. Wang is […]
Radha Seshagiri has management and leadership experience in global development, philanthropy, and federal policy. She specializes in research, knowledge management, communications, and strategic planning for non-profit organizations, with a focus on women’s empowerment, advocacy, clean water solutions, urban poverty, and social entrepreneurship.