“Overhead” spending remains a sensitive topic for nonprofit organizations and many feel discouraged from asking funders for what they truly need in fear of being rejected or worse, deemed as an organization that is not committed to serving their community. That’s because “overhead” has been associated with unnecessary administrative expenses rather than essential activities: efficient […]
Everyone internally tells your story the same way Partners know what you bring to the table and are eager to connect Funders understand what you are raising funds for and commit large dollars as needed Individual donors are excited by the vision Government & political allies think of you as the organization of choice. You […]
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Recently, I was talking with a friend who just entered the nonprofit sector after several years as a political consultant. He lamented how he spent his first few months talking almost exclusively to small-circulation trade publications instead of pitching bigger-reach stories to outlets like the Los Angeles Times. On the outset, it may seem like […]
You don’t have to start or work at a nonprofit to do good in the world. In their new book, The Social Capitalist, Josh and Lisa Lannon explain how companies can help solve the world’s problems as part of their business model.
In her latest blog post, R. Christine Hershey shows how organizations can be more effective by conducting a little research.