When you work in a small office, it’s tough to get everything done. And easy to get overwhelmed. Every big nonprofit you can think of was once a small shop, with someone doing most everything themselves. So, how did they grow from a tiny little nonprofit to a much bigger one? 30
We all want to be more productive, right? It’s the key to getting ahead, being more successful, and all that stuff. If you’d like to have some great tips on productivity, you’re in luck! Here’s the latest from the Nonprofit Blog Carnival, hosted most recently by Nancy Schwartz over at Getting Attention! There are some30
All month we have been stressing the importance of knowing where you are, tracking your outcomes and measuring your efforts for you know exactly how your fundraising is going and so you can stay on track to reaching your monthly and yearly fundraising goals. Here are some of our very best tips and resources for30
Evaluation requires you to put pen to paper. You fill out the worksheets and uncover your numbers. Now what? Let’s look at some key indicators and what they tell us. First let’s look at the big picture. Overall, did you bring in more money in 2013 than in 2012? If not, do you know why?30
Want to raise more money? Start by knowing your numbers. Because you can’t manage what you don’t measure. Let me explain in this short video.
Here in the Get Fully Funded world, I stress the importance of having a fundraising plan. Being proactive and knowing exactly what to do will make your life easier AND help you raise more money. But before you launch into creating a plan, you need to evaluate what’s happened in the last year. What really30
Many of us over 30 have jumped into social media in the last few years because of old school friends, family, our kids, or maybe our job. Each week there are news stories about social media…sometimes being used for the power of good, but other times it is a horror story of how someone lost30
Wouldn’t it be great if working at your nonprofit were as fun as going to Disney World? In “Creating Magic” by Lee Cockerell, you can find out what it takes to make it happen. I was given this book a couple of years ago by my coach to help me build my team. I think it’s30