14May, 2016

5 Services that Can Keep Your Non-Profit’s Website Secure

By |May 14th, 2016|Website|0 Comments

Website security concerns continue to jeopardize the success of businesses and non-profits. Every day, hackers compromise systems, taking customer and donor information as well as trade secrets belonging to successful organizations. Many non-profit organizations do not have the resources to pay for full-time IT staffers to monitor their website, but they can still get help. […]

26Apr, 2016

Charitable Marketing is Real and It’s Not a Bad Thing

By |Apr 26th, 2016|blog, Marketing|0 Comments

Go to any business school, start a for-profit business, work for a company in the private sector and the focus seems to be one thing; profit. How can we lower our expenses and increase our sales? The grand question every for-profit and even some non-profit businesses will ask themselves. For years this one focus has […]

21Apr, 2016

Using New Technology to Change How Nonprofit Philanthropy Works

By |Apr 21st, 2016|blog, resources|0 Comments

Today we are living in a new age when computer savvy gurus and tech companies have invented ways of improving nearly every professional sector by use of technology. Likewise, philanthropy has changed dramatically. The earlier days of philanthropy — prior to the advent of social media and technology — attracting and impacting on donors primarily […]

16Feb, 2016

How to Generate Brand Awareness for Your Non-Profit

By |Feb 16th, 2016|Marketing|0 Comments

Running a non-profit company is a great way to make an impact in the world. There are many people who are passionate about various causes they care about. One of the best ways to deal with this is to start a non-profit. Many companies have issues with getting the brand awareness of their brand up […]

15Feb, 2016

Ways Organizations Can Assist After Natural Disasters

By |Feb 15th, 2016|Volunteer|0 Comments

Survivors of a natural disaster need help, and organizations like Red Cross can provide disaster relief. The Red Cross can provide emergency vehicles, temporary shelters, medical equipment and personnel and food. It works with survivors of natural disasters ranging from hurricanes to forest fires to tornadoes. There are many charities and organizations that provide disaster […]

11Jan, 2016

3 Ways to Expand Your Non-Profit

By |Jan 11th, 2016|Marketing|0 Comments

Business entities both for-profit and non-profits have to engage in prudent goals and benchmarks for growth. Each has a market share or demographics that drive their missions. As the name denotes, the main goal of for-profits is to earn revenue from products and services above expenses. This is how businesses measure their solvency and strategic […]

9Jan, 2016

Grassroots 2015 Successes

By |Jan 9th, 2016|blog|0 Comments

Below is an infographic telling our success story last 2015. 2015 was another remarkable year as we go along helping nonprofit organizations. So, we would like to thank everyone who took part in our success that made us continually able to serve.

31Dec, 2015

Ways to Boost Your Confidence

By |Dec 31st, 2015|Team Collaboration, Volunteer|0 Comments

For those who suffer from lack of confidence or low self-esteem, there are steps you can take to change the way you feel about yourself. You can alter the pattern of negative thoughts about yourself and the world around you. Boosting your self –esteem can improve your relationships, your job and your health. Programs like […]

28Dec, 2015

It’s a dirty job…but you just might like it

By |Dec 28th, 2015|Volunteer|0 Comments

Are you one who dreams of having your office outdoors? Are you comfortable making any environment your place of work? Does the idea of a little dirty in the course of a work day appeal to you, especially if it means experiencing a new adventure? Would you love to make the ocean, mountains, wilderness, or […]

22Dec, 2015

Getting Through Cold Weather With These Tips

By |Dec 22nd, 2015|Event, Volunteer, World|0 Comments

When cold weather, a snow event or an ice storm is approaching, your thoughts might turn to the best ways to survive these temperature extremes. One of the first things you’ll want to consider is the amount of food and supplies you have stored in your home. Think about what will happen if food supplies […]