Starting a Nonprofit
If you’re thinking about starting a nonprofit and the plan is to use grants alone to get it funded—think again. So many first-timers think grants are the way to go as their main funding source.
For a long time, the nonprofit sector was largely insulated from the pressures of competition common in the for-profit world. Not anymore.
Every couple of decades, a new era ushers in a new set of ideas, principles and practices that affect how the nonprofit sector functions.
Even if your nonprofit has all volunteers and no staff, a board of directors is a must. We’ve compiled a list of essentials we think is pretty helpful.
There are several ways to get the grant from creating a relationship with the granting organization you’re working with, here are our favorites.
Let’s explore just one of the many options you have in starting a socially responsible organization: a low-profit limited liability company (L3C).
Before starting a nonprofit, consider not only what you are doing, but why you’re doing it. Partnering with an organization can multiply capacity & impact.