Learn how to create a more successful and better funded nonprofit by bringing your whole team into your fundraising efforts with strategic creativity and improved communication.
You will find creativity and communication are the bedrock of the fundraising strategies outlined in the following sections:
• Communications and Social Media
• Boards and Leadership
In COMMUNITY INVESTORS: Making Money While Making Social Change, Sylvia L. Quinton, Esquire, Theodora H. Brown, Esquire and Tanya Madison Morrison, Esquire present new thought for building thriving and sustainable social sector business.
Fundraising in Primary Colors: The RYB framework to Nonprofit Sustainability offers a rudimentary yet solid basis upon which to build a structure of process and accountability within your resource development program where everyone has a role in fundraising. It describes a simplified way to organize and execute the program, resulting in a truly organizationally-inclusive fundraising outcomes.
Successful Program Evaluation demystifies the subject and gives the reader tools to develop stronger programs and grant proposals. It doesn't tell how to conduct a full-scale evaluation (most professional evaluators are PhD's), but how to talk to an evaluator, how to to decide if you need one, and if not how to create simple systems to measure project success on your own.
Laws of nature are applied to leadership and management principles. Strategies from current research for improving workplace performance, motivation and production are offered in an engaging and understandable style, using easily converted observations of nature and behavior.
This step-by-step guide is an alternative to obtaining 501 (c)(3) federal tax exemption, without having to pay the fees associated with hiring a consultant. Utilizing my personal experience, I simplify the process of applying for federal tax exemption into 12-steps. I provide tips, explanations and insight as I guide you line by line through the
When does a homeschool organization have to deal with the IRS? The pros and cons of tax exempt 501c3 status for homeschool organizations. Is it needed? Is it worth it?
Also covered are non profit incorporation, the application process, and how to maintain tax exempt status.
Reference guide for all sized non-profits or other organizations looking to increase their cash-flow, using technology based tools. Readers will feel more comfortable using the internet to attract new people towards their organization. Easy to read and understand, highlighting the importance of Facebook, Twitter, and smart phones as fundraising tools.