October 1, 2023
January 27, 2023

Nonprofit Mission Statements – Good and Bad Examples

Why Are Mission Statements Important Many of us may need a clearer idea of our mission statement and how to make that statement memorable to others. Unfortunately, this means that the current mission statement of our nonprofit organization is ineffective. However, by learning from examples of good and bad nonprofit mission statements, we can ensure that our mission statement effectively communicates the purpose or goals of our organization. Before diving into examples, it is important […]
February 2, 2023

5 Ways To Recession-Proof Your Nonprofit

5 Ways To Recession-Proof Your Nonprofit Lately, it’s hard to go more than a few hours—forget about a whole day—without being haunted by the joint specters of recession and inflation. We see the numbers at the gas pump and when we turn on the news. They insert themselves into small talk with co-workers at the water cooler. Or conversations with our partners and roommates about rising interest rates and rent hikes. In short, the economy […]
February 6, 2023

[PODCAST] Be Your Own Master of Managing Federal Grants

Be Your Own Master of Managing Federal Grants Grants for nonprofits may offer a promising solution to funding; however, navigating the complex application and compliance processes can be challenging. In this episode, Patrice Davis, the founder of Grant Works Academy, explores the challenges and myths surrounding federal grants for nonprofits. We will also discuss key factors in federal grant management, such as: The potential impact of technology failures on nonprofit operations The importance of training and building […]
February 10, 2023

[PODCAST] Moving from Nonprofit Competition to Collaboration

Moving from Nonprofit Competition to Collaboration In this episode, we speak with Peter Greer about the power of collaboration in the nonprofit space. Peter shares insight from his book Rooting for Rivals: how nonprofits can multiply their impact by collaborating rather than competing with others: Ray Kroc (the founder of McDonald’s) and Robert Mondavi (“the father of Napa Valley”) modeled two starkly different attitudes toward industry rivals. One favored ruthless competition while the other valued […]