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To Propose or Not to Propose: That is the Grant Writing Question

Wed, Apr 08, 2015 at 1pm EDT / 10am PDT

Summary: Obtaining grant funding from foundations, corporations, and public agencies is a competitive process. Before beginning a lengthy proposal, applicants must carefully assess their alignment with grantor guidelines, interests, and funding priorities. Otherwise, the endeavor will force an... (continued)

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Diocese of San Diego Policies

Completed by: Nada Bakir, Michael Angelo Camacho and Henok Getaneh

As requested, we have evaluated the following existing documents, and have provided suggestions to make them more detailed and specific: conflict of interest, document retention and destruction, and
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Major Gifts Matters FAQs about Offering Donors Choices: Restricted, Unrestricted, Program and Overhead Giving

Why you should get this Cheat Sheet

Donors today want more hands-on involvement than last generation's donors. They want choice. They won't necessarily be content with earmarking their gift "for use where most needed."

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HR360's HR Library

HR 360's online human resources library is a great resource.

It includes:
*Interactive tools like a job description builder, employee cost calculator, etc.
*Multi-state law comparison tool
*Salary benchmarking tool
*Videos and articles on everything from staying compliant to keeping employees happy
*Forms, templates, checklists, signs, etc.

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Report on Nonprofit Executive Transition

Recent national studies of executives in the nonprofit field have indicated that the sector will soon be facing a massive transition in leadership. In this study, the Center sought to define and understand the challenges posed by executive transition, and how it pertains specifically to San Diego nonprofit sector. Particular... (continued)

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Beyond Regulation: Tools for Promoting Ethical Action in Nonprofit Organizations

For a full year more than 168 nonprofit practitioners participated in a dialogue series about nonprofit ethics that culminated in a large-scale forum on October 27, 2006. The result of this thoughtful deliberation was a discussion guide that can be used by nonprofits during board and/or... (continued)

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Advancing Your Career Through Writing and Speaking

Wed, Jul 09, 2014 at 1pm EDT / 10am PDT

Whether you are a consultant wanting to market your business or a nonprofit staff member hoping to "get noticed," the old academic warning, "Publish or Perish," is appropriate for you. Consultants and practitioners who have published books are more recognized, can command higher salaries and fees, and feel... (continued)

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Fundraising as a Career: What Does It Take to Succeed?

From Linda Lysakowski, ACFRE's book, Fundraising as a Career: What, Are You crazy, this article provides you with they keys to being, or hiring, a successful fundraiser.

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Good Chemistry: Creating Strong CEO-Development Relationships

Wed, Feb 05, 2014 at 1pm EDT / 10am PDT

A recent survey showed that less than 60 percent of development directors and CEOs believe they have strong relationships. Yet, this relationship is key to raising donated funds. Nonprofits make significant investment in development. It's not uncommon for nonprofit to spend over $100,000, between... (continued)

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How to negotiate your nonprofit salary: Sample of Get the Job! Your Fundraising Career Empowerment Guide

Ever pondered how to get a better salary? Check out this chapter from Get the Job! Your Fundraising Career Empowerment Guide, rated 5 stars by Nonprofit.About.com. Parts of this chapter were featured in The Chronicle of Philanthropy at philanthropy.com.

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HR/Compensation Consulting

Background: A creative business partner with an extensive range of experience in progressive Human Resource environments. Demonstrated ability to consult on exempt/non-exempt compensation, employee relations, benefits administration, training and development, staff recruitment and supervision. Highly proficient in various HR systems as well as... (continued)

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Dana Earhart

Background: 1-2-1 Philanthropic Services, Inc. is the only national company in the United States that focuses on both candidates and employers in the non-profit market. Our mission is to connect management level candidates with non-profit employers by providing affordable, quality services for both groups.Diane M. Carlson, CEO, founded the company in 2007 in order... (continued)

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Dennis Wootten

Background: We have been in business for over 20 years specializing in all areas of Human Resource consulting. Both of the principals of the company have over 30 years of experience. We have developed quite a strong niche in the Non-Profit sector on the West Coast although we are capable of providing services on a nationwide basis.EW takes great pride in producing... (continued)

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Big data for finance leaders

Leveraging Big data to drive real time forecasting

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Data intelligence for healthcare

Data Intelligence

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Evaluating the Executive (Board Transformation Toolkit)

Choose a topic that matches the training needs identified by your board. You do not need to have previous experience in the topic to present most of the toolkits. Allow at least 1-2 hours for your preparation, depending on the topic and your familiarity with the content. This will allow you to gain an... (continued)

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"By the Numbers, It's a Cinch Part II"

Tom McCarty continues his discussion of how to set up and implement an effective planned giving program. What must be considered? What organizational structure do you need? How do you need to think about the program and your work within it?

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Director of Development Job Description

Sample job description for a development director description.

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Development Budget Template

Development budget template to track budgeted expenses against actual expenses and plan for the next year.

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Campaign Budget Form

24-month budget for a fundraising campaign.

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Fundraisers' Private Vault

Almost every tool, template, and tip a fundraiser could ever need. Includes dozens of documents to build up your fundraising process.

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Ten Tips on Budgeting

Ten Tips on Budgeting

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Establishing the Development Budget

Establishing the development office budget needs to be done by the development officer and the administrative team of the organization. It is unrealistic to think that a development program can succeed without making an investment in the development office. Start up costs may be substantial and it may take a while to... (continued)

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Budget Considerations Tipsheet

Items to consider when developing your budget.

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David Levins

A Kind Voice, Inc is a small non-profit organization based out of Georgia and started in November of 2012. The program is organic, in that we have no salaried employees, those who contribute their time and talents do so because they believe in our mission. Our volunteers come from all walks of life including teachers, students, journalists, actors and even a... (continued)

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