It’s happening again. All of the year’s art, events and goings-on are being sorted into “best of” lists on various blogs. And guess what? You’re looking at another. This one, though, can actually help you while you’re considering a rebrand or amping up your social media presence in 2018. Here are our picks for the best nonprofit social media campaigns of 2017 and a little bit about what made each one stand out. 1. #MeToo Back in […]
The holidays are tiring out your employees. Between stretched finances, family obligations and last-minute gift shopping, sometimes work can be the last thing on a busy person’s mind this time of year. Unfortunately, that doesn’t help out your nonprofit. So here are some tips for helping your nonprofit staff stay productive this holiday season. Throw a Holiday Party It doesn’t have to be fancy. It doesn’t have to be expensive. It just needs to be fun. […]
Well folks, we’ve just about wrapped up another year. There have been some glorious highs and, admittedly, some tragic lows—both inside and outside the nonprofit sector. We tried to keep you informed and on-the-ball with all things nonprofit management, and that much isn’t going to change with our calendars. In case you missed them, or in case you want to revisit some of your favorites, here are Nonprofit Hub’s top posts of 2017. 1. “No […]
After Hurricane Harvey hit at the end of August, we pulled together a list of nonprofits helping with relief and recovery efforts. We included Greater Houston Community Foundation (GHCF), which is administering the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund created by Houston mayor Sylvester Turner and county judge Ed Emmett. In a later post, we recommended giving to expert-sponsored funds in response to natural disasters. Once again, we listed the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund at GHCF.