4 Corporate Giving Events That Teams of Any Size Can Host

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is the concept that corporations are responsible for addressing social and environmental concerns to make the world a better place. Corporate giving, which falls under the umbrella of corporate social responsibility, allows businesses to contribute to organizations that promote social good (usually nonprofit organizations). Typically, companies organize events encouraging employee giving […]

Federal Grant Checklist to Help You Win Funds

As you conduct grant research to uncover new opportunities For your organization, you may come across grants from federal government agencies. And as grant funding through federal economic recovery programs distributes, we’ll see even more competitive opportunities arise at the federal, state, and local levels. Federal grants can be game-changers for nonprofits. It gives them […]

Is Your Board Driven by the Right Purpose? [PODCAST]

We may be putting the wrong board members on pedestals. Andy explains how we’ve created a prototypical “good board member” built around fundraising, connections, or technical skills. Instead, we need to seek people who deeply understand our purpose, audience, and ecosystem. Nonprofits must learn to forgo a well-connected attorney or accountant if they lack a […]

What to do if you witness a traffic accident?

While most drivers have some idea of ​​what to do after an accident, what to do if you witness an accident is a different matter altogether. Many people have no idea what to do when they witness a traffic accident. They can see the accident, drive on, and hope someone else calls the police. If […]

How To Develop Your Nonprofit Operating Reserves

When you go out on a boat, you don’t expect a bumpy ride. But you wear a life jacket anyway. When you work for a nonprofit organization, you don’t hope for a period of unexpected demand or income fluctuations. But you establish an operating reserve anyway. Operating reserves provide a financial cushion to help nonprofit […]

Life at JustGiving: What is a Product Manager?

Mat Lloyd, Senior Product Manager at JustGiving Ever wondered what life as a Product Manager is like? Perhaps it’s a career you’re interested in pursuing, or maybe you’ve just got some ideas or suggestions for us? Read on to hear from our Senior Product Manager, Mat, or add your own ideas to our ideas bank […]

7 Step Policy Guide for Nonprofit Operating Reserves

Operating reserve funds used to be a tricky concept for many nonprofit organizations. But many nonprofits are becoming more comfortable about asking for support while also being financially secure enough to have an operating reserve. It is becoming more broadly understood that the cushion these reserves can sustain operations when there is an unexpected demand […]

How to Use Data to Improve Prospect Identification

I have always found one of the most exciting things about the nonprofit sector to be its diversity. Nonprofits organizations encompasses of all sizes, varied organizational structures, unique missions, and a limitless range of fundraising priorities. Yet for all that may be different between organizations, shared fundraising challenges seem to endure, especially when it comes […]

How Truckers Should Brake Properly

blog home Truck Accident How Truckers Should Brake Properly By The Husband and Wife Law Team on September 25, 2022 A big rig truck weighs up to 80,000. Trucks need to have fully operational brakes and a driver that knows how to use them to protect other motorists from collisions. When trucking companies try to […]

Low-cost or free fundraising training

Upcoming Fundraising and Nonprofit Trainings If you’re looking for free or low-cost, high-quality fundraising training, here are three events to check out! And each are being recorded so even if you miss them live, you should be able to access them later! Hope to see you on one or all of these! Source link

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