Placemaking Through the Performing Arts: A New England Example
Placemaking is a place where “strategic links,” partnerships and creativity come together through performing arts. It’s often a catalyst that opens hearts, minds and doors to social change.
How Nonprofits Can Incorporate Entrepreneurship into Their Work
Being an entrepreneur or intrapreneur isn’t just about using commercial marketing techniques. It’s about creating a culture where people can take risks, learn from their mistakes, and respond quickly to changes in the marketplace.
Why Micro-Donations Are the Future of Fundraising
While a micro-donation of $25 may not seem like it’s worth a ton of time or investment to cultivate, it may actually cost your organization to ignore these smaller donations.
A Meaningful Sustainable Finance Commitment
Through their sustainable finance commitment, Wells Fargo hopes to share key learnings with peer banks and nonprofits to contribute to best practices and a unified approach on climate financing.
Keeping Up With The Mail
If you work for a nonprofit with alumni, donors, and advisors in other countries, mailing addresses in your database may have changed without your knowledge - and may be useless the next time you send reports, event invitations, or donation request letters.
Millennials are Finding Their Place in the Nonprofit Workforce
Conferences that promote interactions among people of all experience levels can show that there are various nonprofit opportunities available to millennials just entering the workforce in many specializations from communications to program planning to data strategy.
How to Manage the Volunteer Life Cycle
Your volunteers are making a world of difference every day. The more strategic you can be in using this valuable resource, the greater the rewards for your community.
Business Technology Empowers Nonprofits to Make an Even Greater Impact
The right technology can help nonprofit organizations move the needle - allowing for a more productive, engaged workforce and savvier operations.
How Nonprofits Can Break into Consumer Events
With so many valuable causes, it’s our job as nonprofit professionals to continually seek out creative ways to expand the message around our mission. Consumer-facing events have the opportunity to reach new audiences in new places.
Experiencing Information Overload?
We live in a world of information overload. Carolina Cause Communication's Marshéle Carter and UNC-Chapel Hill's Olivia Ballard offer up three blogs to make your professional life easier.