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December 18, 2017

4 Grant Writing Tips to Bolster Relationships with Foundations

Grant writing is a time-consuming process. It can also be nerve-wracking if you’re inexperienced or working on a particularly important grant. Jeff Kutash, the executive director of the Peter Kiewit Foundation in Omaha, Neb, deals with grants on a daily basis. What does the head of a foundation that gave $18 million in grant money last year have to say about grant writing and the relationship between foundations and nonprofit professionals? Don’t get trapped One […]
December 18, 2017

To Nonprofits Everywhere: Thank You

Well, it’s getting to be that time of year again: the season where we sit down with everyone we care about and remind ourselves of what we’re truly grateful for. It sounds cliche, but it’s an important thing to acknowledge. Here at the Hub office, we have a tradition called “Hubsgiving,” where we gather with all of the nonprofits in our space to share both business and life updates, get to know each other and […]
December 18, 2017

How to Use Social Influence to Inspire Action

Persuading people is never easy, but it can be a game-changing skill in the nonprofit world. You might think that persuasion is a trait you’re born with or just pure luck — and you aren’t alone — but Dr. Robert Cialdini disagrees. He sees it as a science and says it’s something everybody can get better at. You just have to know how.   Dr. Cialdini has taught psychology for more than 30 years and is […]
December 18, 2017

The Benefits of Nonprofit Coworking

Coworking spaces have become increasingly popular over the past few years, and now most cities have an array of options for organizations looking for an affordable place to work. But coworking is a lot more than just prorated office space; it provides experiences and opportunities not found in other traditional offices. If you’re a nonprofit just getting your feet under you, or even if you’ve become a staple in your community, coworking has a lot […]