Boards and Volunteers
You just elected a handful of new board members. What’s next? Giving them a big white binder? Conducting an orientation?
When leaders and teams feel seen and recognized with their pain and their strengths, organizations move forward.
It’s vital to engage in board fundraising, especially to execute on your Giving Tuesday ideas.
In capital campaign fundraising, excited, engaged volunteers are the fuel for success.
A board self-assessment is one of the most impactful things a board and its members can do to support a nonprofit.
Engaging nonprofit board members in fundraising is one of the most persistent challenges that organizational leaders face. Sure, we can hire and train better staff members, find contractors to produce beautiful promotional materials and design the most impactful programming possible.
Board members for any nonprofit represent a team dedicated to advancing a nonprofit through the acquisition of time, talent and treasure. Every nonprofit board member before agreeing to serve on a board must agree to their role in the fundraising process.