As boards become more diverse, ensuring that members are fully and meaningfully welcomed, oriented and engaged should become a bigger priority for nonprofit boards, too. Here are seven common-sense suggestions to improve your board’s engagement and inclusion efforts.
Nonprofit staff need their imaginations. Nonprofit professionals tackle poverty, hunger, homelessness, environmental justice, etc. — problems that defy technical solutions. If the sector is to go beyond Band-Aid solutions, nonprofits need ample doses of creativity and innovation for finding new solutions.
The Council for Advancement and Support of Education has established the CASE Advancement Inclusion Index for colleges, universities, and independent schools.
Using data that’s available, nonprofit marketing teams can set trigger marketing to increase response and engagement. Let’s take a look at four examples.
As part of President Biden’s Investing in America agenda, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced that applications are open for the Renew America’s Nonprofits grant, a funding opportunity that will support projects to reduce energy use in buildings owned and operated by 501(c)(3) nonprofits.
The U.S. is now more diverse than ever. Nonprofits that aren’t already diversifying their donors need to figure out how to do so.
For nonprofit organizations looking to explore public-private partnerships, here are some things to consider.
Ballmer Group, Echoing Green, and New Profit fund a new initiative to address the systemic funding gap for Black-led nonprofits.
Personalization results in more opened emails and more engaged donors. Here are some low-cost, risk-averse ways to ease into it.
Birthdays are powerful opportunities to recognize your recurring donors. Here are ways you can make your donors feel extra special.