How do we best utilize the rest of the summer to advance our development work? Here are some best practices.
For some nonprofits, starting to ask for planned gifts may seem like a big leap. After all, many fundraisers are afraid to ask for a gift in general. So, how are they going to ask a donor to give to a cause after their death?
Steps nonprofits can take to improve and protect their financial health amidst economic volatility, labor shifts, and donor fatigue.
At a recent strategic planning session, I was working with a nonprofit to create organizational values. As my team introduced the activity, a board member spoke up and said, “We’d like to focus on strategies and goals. Why should we take the time to focus on organizational values?”
Utilizing objectives and key results (OKRs), successful organizations can collectively identify and engage around measurable goals.
You need money. You’ve got staff, programs, services, rent and a seemingly endless list of costs associated with all the good work you’re doing for your community and our world. Here’s a roadmap you can use to find what methods of raising money are right for you.
The experts at DonorPerfect will use real examples to illustrate how data leads to insights, which leads into strategy and action.
Social change organizations often spend many months — if not years — developing strategic plans. They hire strategy consultants, convene special board subcommittees and invest considerable time building roadmaps that will guide their work into the future. Quite often, however, they fail to stick the landing.