charity: water recently surpassed the 10-million-served milestone. COO shares more about the nonprofit’s unique business model.
In this episode of the Nonprofit Chatter, Nhu Te and Taylor Shanklin are joined by Luis Ramirez of Rebuilding Together and Ryan Carpenter of Pursuant to address the need for impact reporting and to offer advice for nonprofits that are looking to show their impact in a more impactful way.
This question also came up at the recent sustainer workshop, and I know it’s something people struggle with, especially when you talk with your treasurers or finance folks. Monthly gifts are different from the major gift pledges most organizations are used to.
Core values are an essential aspect of running a nonprofit organization, because they provide the information that the outside world needs to know about what you stand for in the community. Core values help inform people about how your organization behaves from within and outside of itself.
Saying no is one of the hardest things to do. But, it perpetuates the burnout! In this first Truth Talks episode, T-Shank drops some "T-Shankspiration" about how to say "no," so you can focus on the things that matter most...
Studies show that nonprofit organization executives have an increased susceptibility to over-extend themselves, especially if their idea of a personal mission aligns with the mission of their organization. The irony? The leader feels like he or she is doing the right thing by giving too much of themselves for the organization, but is hurting the organization by burning themselves out prematurely...