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Growing the Roots of Consensus in Nonprofit Governance
Why nonprofits that embrace a consensus-based decision model can enhance services, adapt to change, and make a lasting impact.
7 Things Nonprofit Leaders Can Say to Funders to Effectively Manage Limited Resources
Seven things nonprofit executives can begin saying to set boundaries with funders and say no without consequences.
A Beginner’s Guide to Filing a Form 990 for Your Nonprofit Organization
For nonprofit organizations, filing a Form 990 can be overwhelming and confusing, especially if it’s your first time. In this article, we will discuss everything you need to know about filing a Form 990, including six steps to take before, during, and after transmitting your form to the IRS.
How Nonprofits Can Benefit from Embracing ESG Practices
By expanding ESG efforts and communicating them effectively, nonprofits can engage new audiences and achieve greater impact. This article discusses how nonprofits can document and communicate their ESG impact and provides five steps to get started.
How U.S.-based Nonprofits Can Deliver Disaster Relief Abroad: A Tigrayan Case Study
A five-step plan on how to deliver on-the-ground relief to internally displaced persons (IDPs) including formation of a nonprofit, fundraising drive, envisioning and implementing relief projects, formalizing partnerships which are key to international humanitarian work, and leveraging social media.
Why Executive Directors Need L&D to Execute a Smooth Succession
Learn about what makes a good talent management strategy and how investing in learning and development helps organizations fill their leadership pipeline.
How Nonprofits Can Change Unfair Laws
Discover how small nonprofits can take on unfair laws and policies that hinder their ability to serve their communities and come out victorious with the help of coalitions.
The Power of Collaborative Fundraising
Learn about tangible benefits from collaborative fundraising and the five simple steps to ensure your collaboration goes as well as possible.
Why Nonprofit Organizations Need Chief Diversity Officers
The Chief Diversity Officer (CDO) at the Urban Institute explains why it is important to re-confirm and re-establish the need to keep making progress on the important work of equity and inclusion in nonprofit organizations to affect real change.
7 Key Factors for Building Peer-to-Peer Fundraising at Your Small Nonprofit
For small nonprofits it’s difficult to know where to start with fundraising for target programs. The problem is compounded when your nonprofit is located in a disadvantaged community. If you find yourself in this situation, peer-to-peer fundraising, centered on grassroots recruiting, could be the route to achieve your objectives in a well-defined timeframe.