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Most nonprofits need to attract grants to help pursue their missions or carry out specific programs. But perhaps -- like many other nonprofit executives -- you have been less than thrilled with the results of your organization’s grantseeking efforts. How can you boost your team’s... (continued)
Business Management Essentials for Nonprofits: Further Your Mission by Tending to Your Business Needs
Boards from Hell ** How to Ask for Money without Fainting ** Are you Chairing a Board by the Seat of Your Pants by Susan Scribner. Internationally sold books are now brought to you in specially designed electronic books! Read, search, link, make notes, highlight, print! Special... (continued)
CIPAD is a young member of the civil society which strives to bring about changes for the betterment of lives of children, women and men and the society at large. It intends to work through individuals and groups in selected States at first but shall extend its services to all parts of South Sudan through its State... (continued)
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Volunteers can be a great asset to any nonprofit organization. They help get things done, promote your organization and help you fundraise. But how do you find the best volunteers? And once you find them, how do you keep them? Join us for a discussion of best practices in volunteer recruitment and... (continued)
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I am excited to speak, exhibit, and coach at the upcoming Nonprofit Awareness Expo in the Las Vegas area on October 20 and 21. The Philantrepreneur Foundation is presenting the event with the help of many community partners, including the Alliance for Nevada Nonprofits, United Way, and SCORE.
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Hear from the Queen of Social Media for Nonprofits. Susan McPherson, founder of #CSRChat as well as Forbes, CNBC and Huffington Post writer will share proven ways to create more exposure for your organization.
This is a simplified overview of all aspects of nonprofit management and is ideal for the new executive director of a small to mid-sized nonprofit. Updated in 2011 and 2016. The 2016 version includes hyperlinks to make it easier to locate information. The more comprehensive Hour Series guides published in 2013 are based on this book.
The 2016 version Includes all 17 guides in the Hour Series, with hyperlinked text so it is easier to locate information. The guides cover all aspects of nonprofit management. Almost 400 pages of templates, sample policies, procedures and practical tips. The guides are also available as individual downloads.
Business leaders play vital roles in the nonprofit sector – as board members, donors, partners, and even executives. In this article, 11 executives who have played leadership roles in both for-profits and nonprofits reveal the critical differences between the two, and suggest ways that business and nonprofit... (continued)
Free nonprofit Board app available for Directors of nonprofit Boards- Board Essentials. If you currently serve on a board, or are considering serving on a board, these are common FAQs and essential information you will need to know.
This report provides results from the Non-Profit Needs Survey recently completed by nonprofit executive directors. This project is sponsored by CAN-DO, the Center for Advocacy, Nonprofits, and Donor Organizations, at the University of Texas at Arlington. The survey focused on determining the... [(continued)](/richard-hoefer/nonprofit-needs-survey-results-problems-and-training-needs)
avenue2possibilities LLC envisions a world where people willingly participate in their own solutions. Most importantly we seek to help our clients deal more effectively with their everyday challenges at work and in doing so become more satisfied in their professional and personal lives.
For those who want to listen and learn from employees and customer groups within an organization, using group interviews, this is a basic guide. It provides sample agendas, checklists, and a case study. Roles and tasks of all those responsible for conducting focus groups are described. A new chapter on the use of the... (continued)
The Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation partners with resident teams in an underinvested community called the Diamond Neighborhoods in southeastern San Diego, California. Our mission, “Resident Ownership of Neighborhood Change,” is based on the philosophy that residents must envision, drive, and own change in their community to... (continued)
NYTAP facilitates meaningful connections to peers, clients and information for the Management Assistance community, in order to strengthen the nonprofit sector.
This is a brief report from a past NYTAP forum on the subject of capacity building.
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Saddler Grant Proposal & Non Profit Consulting exists to create change through non profit capacity building. To this end, we provide grant writing and consulting services to help non profits rework and re-envision how they design, implement and evaluate programs and services as they strive to build strong communities and... (continued)
This publication provides best practices and tools for managers of environmental and conservation nonprofits in our challenging economic times. Learn how to track your finances, recognize danger signals, assess your options, and make tough decisions fairly with the best interests of the organization in mind.