A game of 20 questions for small nonprofits tying to grow

Fundraising people are full of questions. Who, where, when, why, how much….. asking to seek knowledge and find ways to generate the revenue their nonprofit needs. Questions are a good thing. They help you learn. When you ask the right question, you can get information you need to make decisions. But sometimes, Fundraisers ask the

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Using the auction bid paddle as a sponsorship opportunity

Some nonprofits will print a guest’s bid number on both sides of an auction bid paddle.  The benefit of this approach is that regardless of which side of the paddle is shown to the auctioneer, the bid number is viewed. Another idea is to sell the space on the back of the bid paddle. TheRead On >

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Top 5 Things to Do Before You Write a Grant

If there’s one question we hear more than any other from newbies, startups, and folks with underfunded nonprofits, Folders with the label Applications and Grants it’s this: “How do I get grants?” Grants can be an excellent source of revenue to pay for programs, projects, and even overhead, and we believe grant seeking

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Top 5 Things to Do Before You Write a Grant

If there’s one question we hear more than any other from newbies, startups, and folks with underfunded nonprofits, it’s this: “How do I get grants?”   Grants can be an excellent source of revenue to pay for programs, projects, and even overhead, and we believe grant seeking is part of a healthy, diversified revenue stream.30

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Part I: Overwhelm and Nonprofit Management

The story we told ourselves when we took a job in the social sector may have been, “I want to make a difference.”

Then reality sets in and day-to-day rushing to put out fires, meet with and report to the board, meeting payroll, and possibly even delivering some of your programming creates an exhausting hamster wheel of activity.

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4 Tips for Finding Great Volunteers

The old saying is true – “Many hands make light work.” Volunteers can be a huge asset to your nonprofit, donating hundreds or thousands of hours of work each year to your cause. When your nonprofit is new or young, it can be tricky to find great volunteers and plug them in to a role

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4 Tips for Finding Great Volunteers

The old saying is true – “Many hands make light work.”   Volunteers can be a huge asset to your nonprofit, donating hundreds or thousands of hours of work each year to your cause.   When your nonprofit is new or young, it can be tricky to find great volunteers and plug them in to30

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