5 Sustainable Habits Your Nonprofit Can Implement Today

Thursday, August 27, 2020

Nonprofit financial sustainability is necessary for organizations like yours to develop lasting strategies that help you not only maintain your current standing but also grow.

CharityProud’s article on sustainability explains that economically sustainable nonprofits “operate within their financial means and use their inherent resources responsibly. Your resources include both tangible (donors, technology) and intangible (staff skillsets, community partners) things.” [...]

5 Steps of Engagement: Successful Engagement is a Multi-Step Process

Monday, December 30, 2019

Being in nonprofits for 10+ years, I quickly learned that the engagement of your supporters goes a long way.  Another thing that I learned is that engagement doesn’t have to be hard.  You just have to learn the basics and decide to do them right. As the title of this blog suggests, successful engagement is a multistep process that centers around the following five steps.

1. Get to Know Your Donors

A crucial step in any good relationship is laying the right foundation. Wh [...]

What Former American Presidents Can Teach Us about Philanthropy

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Presidents’ Day is a federal holiday in the United States that began as a celebration of George Washington’s birthday and has expanded as a day to honor the memory of past presidents. In addition to their services to our nation, did you know that many of the men formerly known as POTUS were avid philanthropists? Today we’re taking a look back at what the presidents have to teach us about why donors engage in charitable giving.

Philanthropy Is an Investment in the Future [...]