You can’t plan out your nonprofit’s impact this year without projecting your fundraising revenue. The two are tied together. In fact, you must plan your programs first so you know what your fundraising goal is. If you try to just raise as much as you can then figure out how to spend it, that’s backwards.
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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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It’s time to plan for the most productive season of the year – Fundraising Season! Yep, kids are back in school, pumpkin spice is EVERYWHERE, and some folks are already thinking about the holidays. Those of us in fundraising are starting to think about how to best leverage the next four months. Here’s why. From
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Raising all the money you need to fully fund your budget doesn’t happen by accident – You need a plan. Planning for many people is like trying to grab smoke – you can see it, but when you try to touch it, it disappears. The good news is that planning doesn’t have to be hard,
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