Now is the perfect opportunity for nonprofits to review their strategic plans and discern how to kickstart the plan back into action.
Nonprofit leaders can tap into the knowledge of those we serve and leverage their insight and experiences to fuel our mission.
Strategy conversations can boil down to a simple statement: After we determine why we’re doing something, let’s vet what needs to be done. From there, the nonprofit can best figure out how it’s going to get done.
While there’s no one-size-fits-all approach , there are a handful of key strategies that any nonprofit can deploy.
Your nonprofit likely has many goals it wants to accomplish, ranging in priority and timeline. Some of these goals may be broad and worldly, while others are not. However, for you to lay a path to accomplish your goals, your nonprofit should follow a similar structure for writing each of your goals.
In just three years, MacKenzie Scott has given more than $12 billion in unrestricted funding to hundreds of nonprofit organizations. While Scott’s efforts — and those of like-minded donors — are a welcome development, recipient organizations are left wondering what to do with these transformational gifts.