Whether you are new to grants, and re-evaluating how your organization seeks out grant funding, Rachel Werner will go through what you need to know to become more grant ready. Full Transcript: Steven: All right, Rachel, I got 2:00 Eastern. Is it okay if I go ahead and get us started officially here? Rachel: Mm-hmm.
An M+R benchmarks study found that nonprofit text messaging audiences grew by 26% in 2020, outpacing growth for other popular channels like Facebook and email. To examine just a few reasons why: Text messaging allows for 1-to-1 communication, giving it the upper hand over social media. Text messages have a higher open rate and response
On any given day of the week, nonprofits face multiple decisions, large and small. How do we know we’re making the right ones? The word billionaire is ubiquitously associated with certain names: Jeff Bezos and Warren Buffett being two of the highest profile in the class. Aside from their immense wealth, one thing that links
“Voto Latino’s Power Summit,” Yashmori This article is the fifth in a series of articles that NPQ, in partnership with Hispanics in Philanthropy, will publish in the coming weeks. (You can read the prior installments here, here, here, and here). The series brings forward the voices of Latinx leaders within the nonprofit and philanthropy sectors
“The Art of RE-Membering How to Be Human,” Lola Audu “Real estate is a defining issue of America,” noted Avery Ebron, who directs operations at The Guild in Atlanta. Ebron made those remarks at a press briefing last month at the release of the Inclusive Capital Collective (ICC)’s first “black paper,” titled Building Community Wealth: