Board trainings, though more and more common, are still not entirely routine. The transformational results of equipping your board with training allows them to advocate for your organization in an important new way.
These days, in planning a campaign there is no single donor mindset. As you seek significant support, you a need bold, long-term vision that lifts donors’ sites beyond this time of crisis.
As nonprofits take a hard look at how to correct inequities, many are finding they need to move beyond statements of solidarity towards meaningful change. Explore key concepts necessary to begin to make a shift in a fundamentally new direction.
Effectively managing your year-end giving program is essential to the success of your development efforts as a whole. Mary Hackett shares share some advice on things you can do now to ensure success!
A board plays a crucial role in the success of an organization’s strategic plan. Steven Scott Bradley and Lauren Hansen-Flaschen share their perspectives on the role of the board in the planning process.
One thing has become clear during these trying times…donors want to help. Planned gifts most often come from loyal donors—not necessarily big donors. That means your most important task is to pay attention to donors in a way that inspires and justifies their loyalty.