September 25, 2021
March 30, 2021

Google Grant Management: 5 Crucial Tips for Success

This post was sponsored by Click Nonprofit The Google Ad Grant is arguably one of the most valuable tools for nonprofits. As a 501(c)3 nonprofit, you get access to $10K per month in free Google Ads credits—that’s $120K every year in advertising! These credits allow you to show ads for your website at the top of Google Search when people search for topics related to your organization or cause.  While the Google Ad Grant is […]
March 25, 2021

How to Build a Stronger Team: On Zoom or In-person

This blog was sponsored by Fiverr Our teams have been tested in this last year. The move to working remotely was less of a transition and more of an overhaul of everything we were used to. Teams were forced to work online, trying to brainstorm, collaborate and connect at a distance ― and it was rough. Here is how to build a stronger team either on Zoom or in-person. As the world settles down and […]
March 23, 2021

Lean was made for Nonprofits

Lean was made for nonprofits. Well, of course, technically, it was not. What I mean to say is; Lean was made for nonprofits. Just in the way that jelly was made for peanut butter, it feels like common sense to pair them together. There are several key attributes inherent to the nonprofit sector culture that create a perfect “home” for practicing Lean. People-Driven ‘Respect for People’ is one of the two main pillars of Lean. Practicing […]
March 18, 2021

Build Donor Engagement Before You Start A Campaign 

When a nonprofit organization decides to undertake a capital campaign, it has most likely identified a need and developed a project to address that need. Usually, the campaign is designed to resource the project. For many organizations, information about the project is first shared with key supporters during a feasibility study. A feasibility study when a third party gathers feedback to evaluate the viability of the fundraising goal and then recommends a path forward. But […]