Tue.Nov 30, 2021

Get Teams Back to their Happy Place


If your staff was singing kumbaya around the metaphorical campfire before the pandemic; Don’t assume they are still in that happy place. The abrupt switch from in-person to home office took a toll. Associations thrive on plans, procedures, and processes. Our culture is the opposite of spontaneous.

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What is Sponsored Content and How To Make It (The Right Way)

Association TV

Welcome to the land of sponsored content. You might’ve done a flyover of the topic before, but we’re coming all the way in for a landing, so fasten your seatbelts – exits are found at the top of your screen, and refreshments are available in your kitchen.


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10 Ways To Take Care Of Yourself During The Year-End Giving Season


Now that the year-end giving season is well underway, you’re probably feeling even more pressure to hit your goals and raise more funds than ever. You might be working more hours than usual and trying to meet additional expectations.

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How Different Generations Use Social Media

NonProfit PRO

Let's highlight each generation and its use of social media. And after sharing some insights, I'll include a pro tip to ensure your nonprofit leverages each generation well. Generational Marketing Social Media

Become the Association Your Members Want

As the pandemic advanced, we were keenly aware of the apprehension and pain throughout our community. Clients and colleagues contacted us with questions about managing revenue shortfall, introducing new technology, and preparing for changing membership patterns. The.orgCommunity organized a Think Tank to help identify trends and crystalize our outlook on the future of membership. The sessions were facilitated by Elizabeth Engel, Chief Strategist, Spark Consulting. This article is the result of feedback gleaned during those dialogues, previous research, and the viewpoints of the.orgSource team.

What it costs to feel all the feels – and why you should pay

Hands on Fundraising

This is a short story about feelings. Back in my younger days, I was a theater person. I mean, I still feel like a theater person, but as an audience member. Then, I was a performer. As a little girl, my dream was to be a ballet dancer. Watching ballet can still make me cry […].

Make the Ask for Year-End Giving

NonProfit PRO

Although it may seem like you are competing with every other fundraiser who is making year-end asks, donors have become more intentional and savvier about how and to what causes they give.

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Red Cross rapid testing program creates “peace of mind” for homeless shelter

Charity Village

On a cold day in March 2020, the Transition House Coalition of Northumberland was providing emergency shelter for 24 people, two more than they had beds for. The next day COVID-19 restrictions forced them to shut down, leaving two dozen people with nowhere to go.

5 Ways to Overcome the Challenges of Starting a Job During the Pandemic

Media Cause

So, you started a new job during a pandemic. You sign on to your new email address where you see emails from people you do not know.

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Database 101: How to Improve Your Nonprofit Donor Database for Fundraising Success


Tricia Marsherall is the Founder & President of Marsherall Partners, LLC, a consulting firm specializing in nonprofit donor database management & operations support and virtual & traditional fundraising events.

How the Technology-Averse Members of the International Association of Plumbing & Mechanical Officials Became Online Education Converts

WBT Systems

Many of us have winced at the sight of someone’s backside when bent over in pants that expose too much—a condition unfortunately named after plumbers. But the physical demands of a plumber’s job are no joke.

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Achieving Organizational Transformation: Pathways to Success

Association executives—and hopefully their boards—know that they are facing perilous times. Driven by the pace of cultural and technological change, they are experiencing major disruptions in the traditional business models that used to guide organizational growth strategies.orgSource offers a straightforward approach to navigating these changes and readying your organization for growth.

How To Coach Your Employees To Increase Their Influence And Impact

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Bill Berman and George Bradt , authors of the book, Influence and Impact , explain the importance of helping your employees to understand what their jobs entails, and what the culture expects, so they can do the work you need from them the most.

Celebrating 9 Years of Giving Tuesday

Saleforce Nonprofit

Back in 2012, the founders of Giving Tuesday couldn’t have imagined just how impactful their initiative would be. Now, less than 10 years later, Giving Tuesday has grown into a global movement that has raised over $2 billion.