March 2018 – NC Grants Roundup
NC Early Childhood Foundation receives a one-year grant of $85,000 from The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation, Housing for New Hope meets their fundraising goal for their Hearts for Durham campaign, local artists invited to apply for a Professional Development Grant for Artists sponsored by United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County, and more.
Building Brand Identities
Not-for-profits can define who they are, what they stand for and why they should be supported through a clear and engaging brand strategy.
Imagining a New Approach to Nonprofit Grants
We Raise's grantmaking model follows a simple idea: imagining the best possible world and making it happen.
If You Can See It, You Can Be It
Oregon Tradeswomen knows that creating lasting, systemic change in the trades can’t be done in isolation. It takes a sisterhood to build a powerful movement.
Personalize the Donor Experience
Breaking down segmentation based on in-depth knowledge of nonprofit audiences is an important first step toward engaging supporters and encouraging greater support.
Doing More Good: How Mission Diversity Can Help Grow Your Donor Base
Nonprofits can break free from donor burnout and grow their base of supporters by expanding the vision of the organization to include a complementary mission.
February 2018 – NC Grants Roundup
The NC Grants Roundup can be a helpful tool when researching grant opportunities for your organization. For more tips read Becoming a “Grant Detective”: Best Practices for Grantseekers by Sarah Mann Willcox of the NC Network for Grantmakers. News about grants, gifts All Babies […]
The Power of Relationships: Bringing People Together to Improve Public Safety
For Safe & Sound, outputs, metrics and evaluation have all been critical in determining the organization's success. The true measure, however, is in the relationships they've created within their own community.
Branding Your Nonprofit’s Mission With a Sustainable Media Footprint
Successful nonprofit organizations share and celebrate successes, publish outcomes and build community through effective media and marketing messages.
The Elephant in the Pink Room
Patient leadership is at the core of METAvivor’s model, focusing on the ways that a funding entity can serve as an advocate and can involve the patient at every step of the process.