From Money Pit to Moneymaker: The Nonprofit Executive Guide to Earned Revenue

Wed, Mar 29, 2017 at 1pm EDT / 10am PDT

If you’re tired of waiting around for grants to be rubber-stamped or nervous that new competitors are moving in on your donors, you may be wondering how you’ll ever achieve financial sustainability.

With traditional sources threatened or uncertain, now... (continued)

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From So-So to Superstar: Creating a Sponsorship Strategy That Draws Sponsors to You

Wed, Nov 09, 2016 at 1pm EDT / 10am PDT

8 levers determine the difference between so-so and success in sponsorship. The stronger your team’s performance, the stronger your sales, especially when sponsors seek you.

Join revenue and sponsorship strategist Gail Bower, author of *How to... (continued)

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How to Fund Your Nonprofit: 10 Proven Practices

Here are our top 10 practices to create income for your nonprofit--part of our 20th anniversary celebration.

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The Key to Abundant Income: Where Community and MIssion Overlap@

You care about your mission—deeply. Look around you. You see the passion of others. You hear it in the comments of staff, board members, and volunteers. Yet, funding your mission continues to challenge you. What’s the answer?

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Compendium of Federal & State Regulations for U.S. Nonprofits

Provides a central resource about the laws and regulations controlling NPOs in the U.S. The site has 3 major sections: Regulations by major issue (including lobbying and political activity, postal discounts, financial accounting & planned giving) a section for individual state jurisdictions, and a... (continued)

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Non-Profit Earned Income Strategies – Where to Start?

This brief is for people in non-profits interested in new methods of generating revenue for your organization. You might know a bit about Social Enterprise and Earned Income Strategies for nonprofit organizations. Certainly, the prospects of sustainable funding making your organization less dependent on current... (continued)

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Seven Questions to Ask to Open Your Floodgates to Sustainability

Nearly every nonprofit has significant, untapped opportunities to diversify and grow their income sources. The most innovative nonprofits tap them to create healthier, more sustainable funding.

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Nonprofit Law - Pfau-Englund

Pfau Englund Nonprofit Law, P.C. focuses on providing high quality, affordable legal services to a wide variety of nonprofit charitable, educational and scientific organizations and trade and business associations. Sandy is adept at knowing when a client needs a quick, straight-forward answer or when more in-depth research is called for.

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Guilty As Charged: Prove Your Board Supports Your Organization

Before a jury of their peers, would your board members be found guilty of supporting your organization? Would a lawyer find enough evidence to convict them? Below is a list of evidence to make the case. Use it to help your board prove their guilt.

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The Consumer Project on Technology (CPT)

Currently CPTech is focusing on intellectual property rights and health care, electronic commerce (very broadly defined) and competition policy. Started by Ralph Nader in 1995.

Currently CPTech is focusing on intellectual property rights and health care, electronic commerce (very broadly defined) and competition policy. Started by Ralph Nader in 1995.

http://www.cptech.org/

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Can Your Organization Obtain More Income? The 7 Sources

Every year trillions of revenue dollars pass through the books of non profit organizations. Chances are your board would like more of this income to pass through your coffers. This article can help. It presents the seven key ways that non profits earn income for their mission. Which are you tapping? Which... (continued)

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The Case for Private Capital Market Creation in the Development Field of Microfinance

There is a problem in the development field in the Promethean task of eliminating world poverty. In absolute terms worldwide, it is difficult to assess the progress made. In order to foster greater chance for success and greater improvements, the field requires bigger, yet... (continued)

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You Think We Can Raise Millions?!?! How to Set Realistic Income Expectations

Everyone at your nonprofit would like to earn more revenue and raise more funds. Boards, seeking to motivate staff and create momentum, tend to set optimistic income goals. Staffs, recognizing implementation challenges, seek conservative ones. When expectations differ, challenges result!

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20 Often Missed Nonprofit Revenue Opportunities

Your nonprofit can obtain sustainable income. This list identifies twenty places where nonprofits leave money on the table. Which are you missing?

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