One of the most important assets in nonprofit leadership is a well-trained board. Because so many board members come from the for-profit world, leading a nonprofit organization can be confusing and they can get in the way of what the executive director is trying to do, without knowing they’re doing so.
The clock is consistently and constantly ticking – 86,400 times a day, to be exact. Here’s where you should be spending that time with donors.
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Volunteering is an amazing resource and that also serves as a way to turn volunteer opportunities into a job. This benefits the volunteer and the NPO.
In the world of fundraising, donor cultivation is king. If you’ve done cultivation right, the gift is like ripe fruit falling from the tree.