NONPROFIT ARTICLES

FRIDAY FAVORITES

Hello Nonprofit Enthusiast! Welcome to my Friday Favorites! Each Friday, I curate my favorite nonprofit articles, resources and blogs from the week! Enjoy!


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A rising tide lifts all boats, and when national and chapters work together effectively, how high that tide goes can skyrocket.
— Will Schmidt
Nonprofits of all sizes struggle with the issue of visibility. We know that we do fantastic work each and every day, but how can we get others to pay attention?
— Julia Campbell
The hiring process can be scary, but when you find the right person for your team it makes a world of a difference for your organization.
— Aly Sterling
One of the biggest challenges for any conference or event planner is getting funding. Love it or hate it, this one piece determines whether the rest of the conference efforts succeed or fail.
— Joanna Hogan
Whether you’re a shark or #SharkWeek enthusiast, we have a list for you! Keep reading to learn about five highly-rated charities that are working to advocate for and protect this unique and important creature.
— Charity Navigator

FRIDAY FAVORITES

Hello Nonprofit Enthusiast! Welcome to my Friday Favorites! Each Friday, I curate my favorite nonprofit articles, resources and blogs from the week! Enjoy!


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The key is to start designing now so you can let your creativity flourish and produce a template that will serve you well into the future.
— Will Schmidt
As we debriefed on the process, we realized that before we created the Last Step fund we’d had a systemic problem. We’d been trying to work harder at communicating current programming that wasn’t A) meeting the full needs of our students nor B) inspiring our donors.
— Bill Hoffman
“Think about the memories that you have with the people you love, and remember that those memories may be all that you may ever have of them, and all that they may ever have of you.”
— Vu
Nonprofit social media marketing is a cost-effective, creative and flexible way to communicate your story to your audience.
— Leeann Alameda
Potential job applicants are beginning to place as much emphasis on positive organizational culture as they do on job tasks and salaries. This means activating a culture of well being in the nonprofit workplace is even more important to avoid turnover and attract top talent.
— Beth Kanter
Be different but be authentic. Branding without sincerity is just a color scheme.