Moving Beyond Startup
The Lone Survivor Foundation offers a clear example of a nonprofit that has moved beyond its preliminary success. Several key strategies can be taken from the foundation’s success, such as name recognition and branding, collaboration with like-minded organizations, and portfolio diversification can help nonprofits attain long-term sustainability.
Using Your Financials to Tell a Story in Uncertain Times
While it is effective to show programming efforts and results, financial statements and reporting are one of the most important ways a nonprofit can tell their unique story and the difference they’re truly making.
Social Mobility in Rural America
While much of that research has focused on analyzing social mobility in urban contexts - or on documenting the challenges confronting the nation’s rural communities - The Bridgespan and National 4-H Council went into rural communities where upward mobility is thriving, to get a ground-level view of what that looks like.
Charitable Gift Annuities and Charitable Remainder Trusts: Advantages, Challenges and Best Practices
For many donors, the flexibility of a charitable gift annuity or a charitable remainder trust will fulfill not only their personal financial planning goals, but their charitable intent in supporting a nonprofit for its continued success.
Nonprofit boards are being challenged in new ways, and board governance is more important today than ever. Avoiding complacency, focusing on mission and striving for innovation are key strategies for successful boards. Addressing the key areas highlighted above can put your board on the path to success.
Strategic planning, done well, brings together board and staff around a common vision and creates a renewed sense of purpose.
Breathe New Life into Your Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Campaigns
When it’s time to give your peer-to-peer fundraising campaigns a boost, you don’t necessarily need to overhaul them. A fresh perspective and a few simple changes can go a long way toward reinvigorating your peer-to-peer program.
Organizational Assessments: A Solution to the Questions That Keep Some Nonprofit Leaders Awake At Night
A well-executed Organizational Assessment can be the one thing to help nonprofit leaders meet organizational challenges head-on and, perhaps, get a good night’s sleep.
Preventing Fraud in Nonprofits: It’s Easier than it Sounds
Internal controls go a long way in a nonprofit achieving its mission, and a strong set of internal controls will help the nonprofit maintain success in the long run.
Leveraging Social Tools: 5 Steps to Elevate Your Nonprofit’s Social Presence
Emma Rolader and Marshéle Carter share how to create a communication strategy that will guide your social content and interactions in a way that increases awareness and profits.