How would you describe your organization’s team culture?
Nonprofit experts will tell you that while hiring core nonprofit staff is one thing, conceptualizing brand new leadership positions is quite another.
Similar to establishing a new nonprofit board, your organization won’t be able to stick to a run-of-the-mill hiring process when developing new nonprofit positions. Instead, your executive search team must exercise creative thinking techniques to not only envision your new role, but also the best candidate for it.
You don’t need a big fundraising team to accomplish great things.
Does your nonprofit currently have a way of keeping track of your fundraising metrics?
Quality volunteers are often considered the bricks that hold nonprofit organizations together. In other words, there are times where you simply couldn’t survive without them!
So, how do you successfully recruit volunteers if you’re not sure where to begin or haven’t had success in the past?
One of the most stressful aspects of working for a nonprofit organization is fundraising. In order to achieve nonprofit fundraising success without burning yourself out, we’ve compiled 10 simple and effective steps you can start implementing immediately.
With the new year comes new opportunities to bolster your 2017 fundraising.
You unwrapped the many gifts that came with #GivingTuesday and your end-of-year campaign. You’re planning movements that will cycle donors into the solicitation phase. Right now is an ideal time to do a quick inventory of where your gifts came from and where your organization is registered.