A Way to Grow

Here is a low cost, low risk way to grow your nonprofit. […]

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Your Promise Is Your Brand

Keeping the promises of your mission statement is critical to having successful marketing and fundraising programs. […]

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Reasons Your Capacity to Serve Will Grow

Your nonprofit’s capacity to serve your community will grow in 2014 if you do the following: […]

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Every Level of Decision Making Needs Client Input

Nonprofits exist to serve the community. They provide their service by changing the lives of their clients. Their alumni strengthen the community. […]

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The Wrong Client

Most nonprofits are open to accepting any client; however, being selective is better. […]

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Leveraging Diversity and Culture

It is tempting to have a single standard for doing everything. A universal standard creates a high level of efficiency. It also alienates everyone who is different from the standard. […]

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Managing Risk Versus Managing Reward

Balancing risk and reward is critical to good stewardship and long-term organizational sustainability. […]

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Creative Destruction

Creative destruction can help keep a nonprofit strong and relevant. […]

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Hang onto Alumni to Fill Your Capacity and Enhance Your Success

Alumni can be great sources of funds, referrals, volunteers, and advocates. However, many small nonprofits have a hard time engaging and keeping track of alumni. It taxes a small nonprofits skills, time, and money.

It is often between 5 and 15 years after program completion before an alumnus achieves sufficient success to make it possible […]

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Reinvent Your Programming – Increase Your Capacity to Serve and Client Retention

One of the ways to add new vitality to your programming is to reinvent the game. If you were going to reinvent your programming, what would it look like? […]

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