As a nonprofit fundraising leader, you know the importance of having a mentor. A great mentor can provide invaluable guidance, insight, and support as you work to achieve your organization's fundraising goals. But how do you find a mentor who is right for you?
A strong value proposition is essential for any nonprofit seeking to attract donors and other stakeholders. By taking the time to craft a clear and concise statement of what your organization does and why it matters, you'll be in a much better position to stand out from the competition and secure the funding you need to continue doing good work in the world.
Rising costs can put immense pressure on nonprofits. Here are some tips on how to manage inflationary pressures.
In his book Good to Great, Jim Collins lays out a framework that organizations can use to achieve long-term success. Though the book was written with businesses in mind, the principles outlined therein are just as applicable to nonprofits. Here are five key takeaways from Good to Great that fundraising professionals can use to build sustained success for their organizations.