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5 Ways Nonprofits Can Negotiate for More Funding

Nonprofits face unique challenges that for-profit organizations don’t have to grapple with. First, nonprofits have to ask for money from people who don’t directly use their services. Instead of customers, nonprofits rely on donors. And many donors insist on spending less on administrative and managerial tasks, yet these functions are what make philanthropic efforts possible. […]

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Is It Time for a Rebrand?

This post is sponsored by Briteweb. Have you ever caught a glimpse of yourself in the mirror and thought it might be time for a change? Maybe your haircut is getting a little tired, or you haven’t updated your wardrobe in a few years. Your “look” has worked for you, more or less, but you’re […]

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7 Spring Fundraisers to Delight Your Donors

Spring is in full bloom, which means a whole new season of fundraising opportunities are headed your way! By taking advantage of the sunshine, gorgeous weather and plentiful holidays spring has to offer, you can make spring fundraisers the best of the year. 1. Easter Egg Hunt With Easter just around the corner, this timeless, […]

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[PODCAST] Growing Good with Graham Pansing Brooks

Last month, Nonprofit Hub introduced its newest Hubcast series, Growing Good, at Cause Camp. In each episode, Nonprofit Hub executive director Randy Hawthorne and his co-host, Kyle Cartwright, chat with young social sector professionals about how they see the nonprofit industry adapting and evolving. In the second episode of Growing Good, co-hosts Randy Hawthorne and […]

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Legacy Gifts: What They Are and How to Get Them

Fundraising is quite the beast. It’s a sprawling, various, intricate process, and there are areas of it that nonprofits, especially new ones, tend to avoid. One of these areas is legacy giving, a type of donor-based fundraising that scares a lot of organizations, causing them to neglect it altogether. But it’s not that scary—at least […]

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How to Maintain Strong Leadership in Your Organization

As the next generation of young nonprofit professionals gears up to take on new management positions, it’s imperative that you have a strong, ongoing leadership development program in place. That way, when the time for transition arrives, everyone’s life will be a whole lot easier—your staff members will already feel prepared for their new responsibilities, […]

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How and Why Nonprofits Need to Think Differently

It’s much easier to learn something completely new than to unlearn an old habit. Just ask any parent. It’s why children are taught essential functions at an early age: they haven’t yet learned the wrong way to do things. Movement, language, mannerisms—it’s crucial that these fundamentals are properly taught to avoid the potentially painstaking unlearning […]

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Reactions from Cause Camp 2019

Cause Camp 2019 is a wrap! If you were able to make it, you know that it was two full days of premium education, inspiration, networking and—yes—happy hours. Receiving feedback was one of our main goals this year, so we made sure to get a lot of it. We interviewed each Cause Camp presenter and […]

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How to Create a Sustainable Volunteer Program

Turning one-time volunteers into longtime volunteers isn’t easy. That’s why establishing a sustainable, organized and engaging volunteer program should be one of your organization’s top priorities. Chances are, your nonprofit most likely couldn’t stay afloat without volunteers, so follow these tips in order to treat them right and manage them well. Set goals Ask your […]

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INTRODUCING: Growing Good, A Nonprofit Hubcast

We’re on the forefront of what will be the greatest transition of nonprofit leadership in our lifetime. Over the next five to ten years, directorships of all kinds will be passed from retiring baby boomers to Gen Xers and millennials. It’s something we’ve written and talked about at length, both on this blog and in […]