December 3, 2023
April 1, 2022

Diversifying Your Nonprofit’s Revenue: How You Slice the Pie Matters

Before we talk pie–and slices of it–let’s put some questions out there. Revenue diversification is a hot topic, to be sure. But there are quite a few different ways to look at it and even to define it. If your nonprofit lost your largest source of revenue, would you shut your doors? How heavily do you rely on one source of funding?  We all know the saying “don’t put your eggs in one basket.” It’s […]
March 30, 2022

Building a Grants Calendar Guide

Building a Grants Calendar Guide Get Your Funding Organized with the Grants Calendar Guide A calendar drives nearly all your nonprofit’s activities, right? Not only does a grants calendar help you manage funding activities, but it helps you tune into new opportunities! Download the guide to equip your organization to meet more funding deadlines. After all, what nonprofit team hasn’t experienced a missed deadline? Creating a grants calendar will help your nonprofit source, vet, and […]
March 30, 2022

The ROI of Nonprofit Conferences

For the most part, nonprofits know how to spend money wisely because most of it have so little of it. And, what we do have is hard earned. Whatever you spend, you need to raise. Stewardship is more than an honorable notion; it is a way of life for the mission-minded. So, with all that honorable frugality in mind, is attending nonprofit conferences a worthwhile investment? Stepping over dollars to pick up dimes The obsession […]
March 26, 2022

[PODCAST] Avoid Becoming a Netflix Docudrama: A Discussion on Nonprofit Sector Ethics

The gray areas of nonprofit land are deep and wide. Many things we automatically deem inappropriate become considerable in the pursuit of good work (and survival). In this episode, Katie talks to Hannah Berger, a renowned nonprofit and philanthropy consultant who taught with Fundraising Academy. This “no holds barred” conversation examines why ethical issues arise in the sector and how nonprofit leaders can make discerning decisions.   All Money is Not Good Money At some […]