Six best practices for small ways your nonprofit can lead great change in your community — and discover resources and tools you didn’t know were there all along.
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.
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.
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.
Many nonprofits overlook the opportunity to partner with existing organizations in favor of creating their own programs and solutions.
A sudden leadership transition can leave a nonprofit scrambling to survive. Don’t leave your mission to chance — plan for the future today.
In today’s changing world, adding organizational values into the Matrix Map is crucial for nonprofits to demonstrate the impact of funding.
Getting feedback from those that you serve — and not assuming you know what they need — can help your nonprofit serve your community.
Six core principles, drawn from STEM education, can help new nonprofits assemble a diverse team, raise funds successfully, and learn to use the gathered resources for strategic growth.