Resources

Aug 15, 2016

YNPN Triangle NC’s Successes: How, Why & What’s Next?

The Triangle Chapter of the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network has experienced rapid growth and success in it's short history. Chair Katie Todd reflects on what has made this chapter so successful.

Aug 15, 2016

Blending isn’t just a Kitchen Activity now

The donor and their goals will establish the level of complexity of a Blended Gift Strategy. By determining a donor’s charitable intent, it can be relatively simple to analyze the options and generate the most effective blended gift path.

Aug 15, 2016

Leveraging Market-Based Approaches

Profit-making enterprises can help nonprofits generate revenue that covers program costs and keep focused on their mission.

Aug 1, 2016

The Strengths and Weaknesses of Nonprofit Employment

Data shows that nonprofits should be competing for the best and brightest in the field by offering competitive compensation, diversity, and equality in the workplace.

Aug 1, 2016

Making Stewardship Work for You

Developing and implementing a stewardship plan helps maintain relationships and engagement with existing donors, and it involves more than a simple "thank you."

Aug 1, 2016

Tell Your Story: 4 Tips to Build Your Nonprofit Brand

Storytelling is what can adjoin your nonprofit or association’s community, sponsors/funders, beneficiaries, and employees and volunteers with your cause and vision.

Jul 18, 2016

The History of Global Charitable Giving: Why We Need to Remember

The National Philanthropic Trust reveals the history of philanthropy and how it is more global, more broadly defined, and has more impact than we can imagine.

Jul 18, 2016

A Relevant Benchmark for Similar Nonprofits

When assessing development operations, two basic questions naturally arise: How does my nonprofit measure up compared to similar organizations? And: What should my organization do to imitate the highest-performing organizations in our area?

Jul 5, 2016

A Toolkit for Equitable Talent Development: Developing systems that attack managerial inequities

In part 2 of this series, the intricacies of making surface values of equity, inclusion, diversity, cultural competency, and social justice real internal systems that drive the make-up and development of one’s team are explored.

Jul 5, 2016

Non-profit Beacons: Why Shining Light On Results Can Be Illuminating

As nonprofits continue to look for effective ways to communicate their goals and mission to donors and philanthropists, Chris Purdy of DKT International suggests why shining light on impact can be helpful.