As I reflect on the successes of our campaign — my first as Healing Transitions’ executive director and the organization’s third in its history — I’d like to share several lessons I learned that may help you as you consider leading your organization into a major fundraising campaign.
It is critical to point your organization back to your mission, vision and values during times of hardship.
I’ve spent some time reflecting with my team on what has worked well about how to manage a crisis together.
While we haven’t reached the end of the COVID-19 crisis, I’ve spent some time reflecting on how to manage a crisis together.
In wake of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, there’s a lot of noise this time of year. Many nonprofits participate in Giving Tuesday.
The “silent phase” of a capital campaign is a time before the official announcement of a campaign when majority of funds are raised.
Nonprofits face unique challenges when communicating their impact to donors. We all work daily to ensure we’re honoring those we serve while also accurately and powerfully conveying the value of our work to our community. Intentional, purposeful communications takes time.