10 Steps to Secure Your Nonprofit’s Future Success

  Success is not about being lucky. It’s about being prepared.   For new, young, and small nonprofits, it’s about systems and working smarter, not harder.   You see, success doesn’t come in a tidal wave. Success comes in slowly, like a pond gently rising from lots of Spring rain.   Simply, success is in30

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It’s Budget Season. Are You Accounting for the Right Things?

By Jay Wilkinson, Firespring CEO   The Overhead Myth: The idea that you can reasonably evaluate a nonprofit’s performance and trustworthiness by only looking at how much they spend (or don’t spend) on overhead, including operating costs, administrative expenses and technology costs. No doubt you’ve heard about this, and like many good nonprofit leaders, have30

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Charitable Solicitations Registration – An Overview

This weeks article was written by Greg McRay from The Foundation Group.     One of the least understood compliance issues facing nonprofits is charitable solicitations registration. Consequently, this also makes it the filing that an organization is most likely to be delinquent concerning.  And that’s a recipe for trouble…trouble that is unnecessary and totally30

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10 Must-Have Fundraising Systems for the Small Fundraising Office

  When you work in a small office, it’s tough to get everything done. And easy to get overwhelmed.   Every big nonprofit you can think of was once a small shop, with someone doing most everything themselves.   So, how did they grow from a tiny little nonprofit to a much bigger one?  30

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Tips and Resources for Evaluating your Fundraising Efforts

All month we have been stressing the importance of knowing where you are, tracking your outcomes and measuring your efforts for you know exactly how your fundraising is going and so you can stay on track to reaching your monthly and yearly fundraising goals. (If you haven’t already done so, grab your free copy of […]

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A Nonprofit 180: CASA of the Tennessee Heartland

We all love a good story about an underdog who is able to turn around a seemingly impossible situation. It gives us hope that we can do it ourselves. Well, I wouldn’t exactly call Naomi Asher an underdog, but she’s a determined Executive Director who turned her organization around 180 degrees and went from disaster […]

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Before you can manage your fundraising, you have to measure your fundraising efforts

Here in the Get Fully Funded world, I talk a lot about how imperative it is to have a fundraising plan. Being proactive and knowing exactly what to do will make your life easier AND help you raise more money.  But before you launch into creating a plan, you need to evaluate what’s happened in the […]

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