Tue.May 14, 2024

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Don’t Overlook Your Nonprofit’s Infrastructure Needs

NonProfit PRO

When it comes to operations, a nonprofit needs to think more like a for-profit — for the good of the organization and the cause it supports.

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Join Us! Let's Elevate the Sector Together at The Grand Gathering!

VisionLink

We are excited to see you at this year's Grand Gathering in Grand Rapids, MI, May 20 - 23, 2024! Stop by our booth #200 in the Exhibit Hall and talk with Deb Tanner, Visionlink Senior Customer Advocate & Domain Expert, and Lisa Hrivnak, Director of Administration & All Things Visionlink! We want to hear more about your challenges and opportunities and share ways we can support your vision.

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Content Creators: A New (Mostly Ignored) Revenue Channel for Social Good

NonProfit PRO

Content creation is the newest, biggest opportunity for fundraising on the web. Here's how content creators can support your mission.

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5 Keys To Successful Executive Leadership Recruitment

The NonProfit Times

Recent studies have estimated that more than 75% of current nonprofit executives plan to retire from their positions during the next five to seven years. In addition, it is estimated that 10% of nonprofits expect to hire a new executive director. As a member of the Board of Directors of a nonprofit organization, hiring your new executive director will be the most important responsibility you are likely to assume.

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How To Cultivate Community Affinity Throughout The Generosity Journey

Speaker: Tim Sarrantonio, Director of Corporate Brand

This session will dive into how to create rich generosity experiences that foster long-lasting relationships. You’ll walk away with actionable insights to redefine how you engage with your supporters—emphasizing trust, engagement, and community over transactional giving models. 🤝 Industry expert Tim Sarrantonio will explore data-backed strategies to engage supporters as active participants in a community that values their contributions and shared ideals.

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New Benevity Data Shows Companies Embracing An ‘Impact Mindset’ Are Building Resilience

NonProfit PRO

Benevity released its annual "State of Corporate Purpose" report on the top trends influencing corporate social impact strategies.

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Making the Switch: What For-Profit CFOs Need to Know About Nonprofit Accounting

sgEngage

You worked your way up through the normal accounting roles. You cut your teeth on accounts payable and have managed more than your fair share of audits. You can run a profit and loss statement in your sleep. But you are tired of the for-profit world. You want to use your accounting skills for an organization that makes a difference. So, you apply for and land a role leading the finance team at a nonprofit.

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When nonprofit staff are paid so low they qualify for their org’s services

Nonprofit AF

A while ago, at the request of some colleagues, I talked about “Nonprofit Math” and created a little video that.

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Spring cleaning: How to do a social media audit

Candid

Spring is the time when we throw open the windows and clean up the debris of the winter. It’s also the perfect time to do a social media audit for your nonprofit organization. Like your annual spring cleaning, it’s something you should do every year, and it’s a great way to clean up your digital space. A social media audit involves reviewing your organization’s complete social media presence, not just analyzing the metrics (to learn about assessing metrics, read my article on creating a social m

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What keeps you up at night?

Hands on Fundraising

Do any of these nonprofit fundraising challenges sound familiar? Does any of this sound familiar? I get it. That’s been me, for years, working with small to medium-sized nonprofits, and struggling to build a stronger donor base. Let’s look at some of the root problems that put you in this spot. Fundraising challenge: Starving for […] The post What keeps you up at night?

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Management Needs To Plan For The Impending Storm(s)

The NonProfit Times

The summer months signal a swell of activity for nonprofits. Camps are in session, group trips are embarking, and gatherings and festivals are in full swing. But summer also signals the start of storm season for much of the country. When severe weather strikes, a nonprofit leader’s first instinct is to help others impacted by disaster, according to Eric Spacek, assistant vice president – risk control at Church Mutual Insurance Company.

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The Retention Ripple Effect: Nonprofit Staff and Donor Dynamics

Speaker: Andrew Olsen, CFRE - EVP, Fundraising Solutions at DickersonBakker | Kat Landa, CFRE, CSD - SVP, Talent Solutions at DickersonBakker

Across the nonprofit sector, organizations invest heavily in donor retention efforts, yet the struggle of cultivating lasting relationships remains. While attracting new donors is crucial, the lack of repeat donors poses significant financial risks. Through a comprehensive analysis of industry data, experts argue that there is a direct correlation between donor burnout, donor retention, and the talent retention crisis.

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The Quickest Path to Winning Grants? Relationships!

DonorPerfect

I have five hours a week and no budget. Here’s how I fundraise. As a volunteer fundraiser for my community choir, I need to get creative with my limited time and resources. How can I make sure we’re financially stable without giving up too much of my free time or taking on personal expenses? For Read More » The post The Quickest Path to Winning Grants?

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orgCommunity Leadership ColLAB Gets to the HEART of Technology

.orgSource

There’s always a magnet for attention in the room–that individual surrounded by a group of eager listeners. Have you ever wondered what spark makes them special? Some people just understand how to click with others. They’re good at social skills like listening, empathy, and finding common ground. The same concept applies to organizations. The associations that capture an audience and keep them coming back for more, are the groups that connect with their members.

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School Choice and Blackbaud Software

sgEngage

There is a lot of discussion about “school choice” programs across the U.S. and how they impact students, families, and public funding in general. But there is limited conversation about how schools must adapt to accept these funds. How much money is involved? How do you factor state-funded scholarships or school vouchers into your financial aid program?