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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.
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.
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.
Fundraising and Public Speaking
10 concepts that both public speaking and fundraising have in common: Goal setting, knowing your audience, visualizing success, and paying attention to the details.
Welcoming Change, Not Just Dollars: What Every Grant Professional Wants Nonprofit Executives to Know
Nine areas of grant writing that are critical for nonprofit executives to understand if they are going to move from a merely transactional to transformational grant writing program.
It’s Not as Scary as You Think: 10 Easy Steps to Launch a Planned Giving Program for Your Nonprofit
Planned giving scares many who work in nonprofits. We think it’s too technical and takes too much time. Here are 10 easy steps to follow to get started with creating a planned giving program at your nonprofit.
Grantmaking in the 2020s: Giving Collectively, with Trust
Collective giving, such as Impact100 Philadelphia, is focused on helping nonprofits address true needs in the community by giving unrestricted (and sometimes unsolicited) grants.
How to Run a Successful Nonprofit Without Grant Writing
How can you fully fund your nonprofit organization without relying on the process of grant writing? The answer may be simpler than you think.
How Nonprofits Can Use Private Capital for Public Good
Nonprofits that access capital through instruments like social impact bonds, can help fund solutions to larger social problems.
Can’t Raise Cash Through No VAULT of Your Own?
Do you lead a nonprofit that needs money? Do you look with envy on some other executive directors who haul dollars into their vaults in sacks or bitcoins? Maybe you’re like me—an outsider director. Outsider directors don’t know rich people who are tryi …