We all want our message to be seen and heard. As a non-profit, it is important that your message reaches its intended audience.
However, at times that target audience may be comprised of individuals who don’t necessarily speak or read English.… Read More
1) If Life Is A Game, You Might As Well Play It To Win
Let’s face it, no matter how awesome the mindscape-altering destruction of Call of Duty Black Ops 2 seems at the moment, eventually you’re going to need to peel yourself off the sofa and get some real life hands on experience for a future career.… Read More
The best legal structure conforms with what your doing. In other words, the legal form of your social enterprise follows its function — or purpose.
Continuing our discussion from a previous blog post, An Introduction: Form Follows Function, on Kyle Westaway’s legal advice for social entrepreneurs, we enter part two of exploring the decision making process for choosing the correct legal structure for your enterprise.… Read More
Lots of my friends say, “I want to start a nonprofit, but I have no idea how to.” Often they will research and discover that it is way too complicated.
They do not know where to begin and how to get started.… Read More
Our projects are off and running! Thank you, Pammi, and Grassroots.org staff for all of your hard work.
Twice a year Grassroots.org’s program Social Venture Consulting (SVC) works to pair MBA students, undergraduates public policy students with Grassroots.org nonprofit members, holding either Silver or Gold GuideStar Seal Badges.… Read More
You have an old website and you want a new one. However, you do not want the public to visit your new website as it is being built.
Right now, you are struggling to explain exactly what it is you need to do; you cannot quite find the right words.… Read More
A national survey of both nonprofit Executive Directors and Development Directors, the organization’s top level fundraiser, conducted by CompassPoint found that one in four people to hold the chief fundraising position in an organization were either let go or left on their own accord because of a lack of collaboration with their colleagues.… Read More
It was a day, brimming with excitement and opportunity — how unusual for a Monday!
Thanks to our amazing partners over at We-care.com, Ben and I were able to attend Social Media for Nonprofit’s conference in our nation’s capital.
Jim Gibbons from Goodwill Industries International didn’t just talk about the Goodwill’s impact upon people’s lives.… Read More
Does social media bring your organization funding? Why do I tweet, make facebook posts, email my subscribers, blog etc…? What is the Return on Investment (ROI) on all of this social media activity?