by: Stephanie Adair, Marketing & Communications Coordinator
Nonprofits have enriched, and even saved the lives of millions in need, but there's still so much more to be done. Maybe you've decided to start your own nonprofit. If you’re up for the challenge, here's a comprehensive starter guide for launching a nonprofit.
by: Stephanie Adair, Marketing & Communications Coordinator
Nonprofit Partnership Networks are creating a lot of buzz as of late – and with good reason. Just like for-profit business partnerships, all sides mutually benefit from working together. Not only do these partnerships get the job done, but they also provide more brand exposure and credibility for your organization.
by: Adam Greenberg, Senior Copywriter
Being an Executive Director is challenging. It can mean long hours and many frustrations, but it can also be equally rewarding. The position requires excellent leadership skills, the ability to communicate effectively and listen carefully. It takes someone with a passion for the mission and the ability to share that vision with the community. Here are 6 tips for becoming highly successful as an Executive Director.
by: Adam Greenberg, Senior Copywriter
There has been no shortage of nonprofit scandals in the media lately. Here are some areas to focus on to help you avoid a scandal, and some ideas on how to recover if you find your organization in the middle of one.
by: Christine Swartzendruber, Chief Technology Officer
When you work with a group of passionate board members who have the same ideas on how to complete projects and share similar benchmarks for mission goals, the group can be easy to mobilize. Sometimes however, working with passion needs to be blended with efficiency to get work done. Differences of opinion can get in the way of effective collaboration. Here are some ideas to promote better communication and boost productivity when working with your board.
by: Joe McAlister, Chief Legal Officer
Attorneys who work with nonprofit organizations know all too well some of the mistakes nonprofits can make. By the time they seek legal advice it’s usually too late. Here are eight of those legal traps you can avoid before you get caught in a snare.