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March 6, 2018

How to Maintain Relationships With Outsourced Staff

Sponsored by Jitasa Surely you’ve heard the overly cheesy “if you love something, let it go” parable. This may be sound advice when going through relationship troubles, but it should by no means apply to your decision making with outsourced staff. In fact, the opposite is usually true: if you love the work an outsourced staff member is doing, don’t let them go. Hold on tight, and maybe even consider the possibility of hiring them […]
March 5, 2018

Social Fundraising Deconstructed

While social fundraising is a critical concept to understand, it can also be a complicated one. But when you can embrace the idea and add it to everything your nonprofit is doing, it can be a powerful force that can help take both your fundraising goals, and your awareness goals, to the next level. 
March 2, 2018

Someone Wants to Start a Nonprofit? Quick, Grab the Torches and Pitchforks!

OK, everyone, sit down, we need to have a talk. Every once in a while, someone—usually from outside the sector—mentions their goal of forming their own nonprofit. “It has been my life-long dream to quit the rat race and start a possum therapy organization. It’s kind of like one of those equine therapy programs, but with possums instead of horses.” From the online discussions I’ve seen, the response from us is often, “Hiss! How dare […]
March 2, 2018

Why Cause Camp is Right for You (And Everyone Else)

Cause Camp is different from your run-of-the-mill conference, but you already know that. What you might not know is what makes it so different, and why Cause Camp is a conference for everyone, whether you work for a nonprofit or not. It’s super affordable We don’t want to run you dry with Cause Camp’s registration fee. The full two days costs just $299, and if you can’t make it in person, an online stream is […]