Behind involved, dedicated and committed board of directors, your nonprofit can achieve great things. However, when board members aren’t all pulling their weight, they can sink an organization. When the bad outweighs the good, nonprofits can’t be afraid to remove a nonprofit board members, especially when they are ineffective.
The problem is that despite their importance, many people view board of director meetings as a drab and high level mumbo jumbo. However, with some planning and foresight, you can make these meetings more lively and engaging.
In the grant world, you face an expansive world to find foundations who will support you, but knowing how to navigate the seamlessly endless possibilities can make the application process a lot easier to manage.
Crowdfunding can generate new interest in your work and tap into new fundraising sources. Make sure you choose the right platform for your nonprofit.
The SWOT analysis is one of the most basic tools for evaluations and planning and is used by organizations of every size and type. Here are some tips to help avoid some common pitfalls and make your SWOT more useful.
When it comes to making the ask people get queasy, tense up and word vomit all over potential donors, but it doesn’t have to be that way.
For some, holiday season traditions include giving back to the community and volunteering for local nonprofits. You can position your nonprofit to incorporate the giving spirit of people in your community into your volunteer program. Here are some tips that your nonprofit can use to help engage the willing volunteers during the holiday season.
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