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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.
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.
Using the example of an educational nonprofit, this article presents five steps nonprofits can take to implement strategic inquiry including building board support, listening to community, research, broadening networks, and sharing the journey.
Bridging the Generation Gap: Why Your Organization Should have an Associate Board (and How to Start One)
Nonprofits often struggle to connect with the next generation of donors. An Associate Board might be the answer to keep your nonprofit moving forward.
Egg, Omelet, or Frying Pan: Exploring the Relationship between Business & Altruism in the Independent Sector
By categorizing charitable organizations as altruistic business enterprises, the embodiment of both entrepreneurial spirit and passion for mission, the value these organizations offer becomes self-evident and perhaps more clearly recognized outside of the sector.
By learning key lessons from the pandemic – covering agility, finances, people, impact, and fundraising – nonprofits can move from transition to transformation and strengthen their organizations.
Everyone wants to innovate, but few of us have the time and energy. But what if there was a way to add value despite limited resources?