Before successful partnerships can be established, an organization must first "Know Thyself." We have rounded up some articles that will help you know your organization better, find examples, and communicate your successful partnerships well.
Here are the keys to developing and deploying a giving platform that drives connectivity to corporate charitable and sponsor dollars.
The stronger your partnership and communication are with the head of finance, the more honest you can be with the funder about your organization’s needs, which will help you gain foundation support.
Performance management can be a tricky beast — hugely important but difficult to get right. Here are four common mistakes my team and I see among social, government, and nonprofit organizations trying to measure their impact, and tips on how to avoid them.
Effective nonprofit leaders wear so many hats, sometimes they have to hire another head. When they can’t commit time to learning a new specialty, it’s time to call in consultants and outside service providers.
How do you begin a conversation with a prospective merger partner? Jean Butzen says it's as easy as asking someone to have coffee.
Find out the three biggest concerns of nonprofit boards and why Emma Kieran, founder of Pilot Peak Consulting, says they’re missing something very important.
Research is not a topic many in the nonprofit arena like to deal with, but looking into background information before starting a nonprofit or a new program can save time and money and help ensure you create the most effective programs to achieve your philanthropic goals.
You don’t have to reach for the stars--like Oprah Winfrey--to find generous donors. Fundraising coach Paul Jolly says connecting with a good prospect is as easy as ABC.
"Adventure is not only for the young; it’s for anybody living and breathing." Read about Molly McFadden and her journey and encore career in Cleveland, Ohio.