What Nonprofit leaders need to know about the brain

Nonprofit work is stressful. So often we go about our work without realizing the effects of that ongoing stress on our brains. But Jessica Sharp does. The founder of Sharp Brain Consulting, Jessica helps leaders and the people they serve. Here she gives insights into what we should know about the brain to help our

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The Power of 3 – a NEW Storytelling Series

As you know, teaching people to use storytelling to raise the money they need to do their important work with ease and joy is my passion. This is why I’m so excited to offer The Power of 3 – Storytelling series of online workshops with Grant Station.

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Write your annual fundraising plan with these 6 steps

If you don’t have an annual fundraising plan in writing, you’re not alone. Most folks who work in a small nonprofit have no fundraising plan. Or maybe they have a few ideas about what they want to do, but it’s not written down anywhere, which means it isn’t a real plan. People who take

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Giving headlines should grab your attention, but not for the reasons you think

Private coaching clients have been emailing me the doom and gloom articles on the latest Giving USA report. Giving was up about $3 billion but when adjusted for inflation, giving was down in 2018. This should grab our attention. But not for the reasons you think. In answering a coaching client today, I ended up

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Why you should come to the Nonprofit Storytelling Conference? Alumni tell you.

Wondering why you should come to this year’s Nonprofit Storytelling Conference? I could share why I think you should. It’s an event like none I’ve ever been able to be part of. But as a co-producer of the conference, you’d expect me to say that. So here are some comments posted just this week from

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Master the skill of writing for fundraising with these tips

Fundraising is based on relationships. Relationships are built through communication and trust. That means if you’re not communicating with your donors, you will lose them, plain and simple. Since most of your donor communications will be in print, that means writing for fundraising is key to your success. Think about it: Donors keep up

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