Essential Nonprofit Library
If you could turn words into money, you’d probably be writing up a storm. Jeff Brooks’ How to Turn Your Words Into Money is a book about what fundraising writing should be and also what it’s not. Brooks tells you exactly what to avoid and what to try in your next attempt to sway your audience. A fair…
There are no quick fixes or silver bullets for turning around bad board member performance. The good news is there are answers.
The term “donor cultivation” has the unique distinction of being universally accepted and appreciated but poorly understood and abysmally applied.
Asking Rights is a book about how to successfully fund your nonprofit and do so with a greater focus on the funder’s interests and motivations.
Writing fundraising messages is not merely a derivative of commercial marketing, academic writing or business prose. It’s a highly specialized and nuanced technique
If there was one universal nonprofit rulebook to clarify board and staff roles, we could avoid miscommunication over getting things done at the leadership level.