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Style Guide: Investor Presentations

Lost on what to wear when making your pitch to investors? Fear not! We’ve got tips for you on how to style yourself before the big ask.

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Board Diversity: Recruit Talent, Not Tokens

Diversity is important; there’s no denying it. But when looking for diverse members for your board, make sure they’re the right fit, too.


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[PODCAST] The Ins and Outs of Community Engagement | Ft. Amy Sample Ward

It’s no secret that nonprofit branding is important to the success of your organization, but Amy has some thoughts on whether it should be a top priority.

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Free and Low-Cost Nonprofit Accounting Tools

When your nonprofit stays on the ball about adapting to new tools, it can work to achieve its mission. Check out some of our favorites!


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Ending the Stigma: Fundraising is Sales

Nonprofit professionals are reluctant to compare fundraising to sales, but why? Let’s take a look at why they’re not so different after all.

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Why Nonprofit Stories are the Secret to Success

As fundraisers and marketers, we are the storytellers. We are the keepers of the lore of our organization. These five categories of stories are a helpful way of organizing stories for both our internal and external audiences.


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It’s Time for Nonprofits to Grow Their Earned Media Strategy

When it comes to earned media, it’s quality over quantity. When you review your media hits, you should know what each impression does for your cause.

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[PODCAST] Four Steps to Major Gifts Cultivation | Ft. Amy Eisenstein

Amy Eisenstein is an ACFRE certified development professional and fundraising consultant. She’s worked with nonprofits of all sizes for the last 15 years.


Featured Human Resources

The Difference Between Being Fiscally Responsible and Pinching Pennies

You work for a nonprofit. And that means spending minimal amounts of money and pinching every dollar to get by, right? That’s not necessarily true.

Donor Retention Featured

How to be Transparent with Your Donors

Sometimes being transparent is all it takes to keep those donors coming back. Don’t worry, they just want to know what awesome stuff you’re up to.