The fundraising landscape is changing rapidly and the way funders want to work with nonprofits is too. Mallory Erickson will help you start your 2022 off fundraising in the right way. Full Transcript: Steven: All right, Mallory, I got 1 p.m. Eastern. Is it okay if I go ahead and get this party started officially?
Traditionally, January isn’t a very lucrative month for fundraising. Why? Donors who just made a donation to your nonprofit during the end-of-year giving season might not think you need another donation from them so soon after they made their last gift. They also might have stretched their budgets for holiday gifts and travel and don’t
This nonprofit productivity post is part 1 in a two-part series. Procrastination is so very tempting! Just one more look at social media or another quick trip to the coffee shop, what harm can it do? But it’s more than mere distraction, it can have a serious impact on your long-term productivity. Amazing as it
Community Networks: The Case of My Brother’s Keeper After President Barack Obama launched My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) in 2014 to close the opportunity gap for boys and men of color, Delia Farquharson and Francis Wynne eagerly pursued a chapter for their city of Mt. Vernon, New York. Farquharson and Wynne sought out assistance from local
You may have heard the term “people first culture” here and there, but what does it really mean? Inc.com describes the term as the following: “People-first cultures are rooted in a philosophy that values people over profits. The ironic twist is that when employees are valued as whole individuals and provided the opportunity for well-being,