Often nonprofits start-up and run on the energy that comes from the passion that is the original reason the organization was formed. However some unexpected event always seems to occur that puts the organization’s existence at risk. Unfortunately, it is only then that they realize that there are really two missions that the organization has—the passionate mission and the business mission.
The blog shares about the importance of virtualization.
According to a poll from Content Marketing Institute (CMI) and Blackbaud, Nonprofits use content marketing, but not to raise money!
In this blog, Roger Robinson, Ph.D. lays out several essential characteristics of what it takes to be an entrepreneur. Personal ethics is key.
As you put plans in place to launch your nonprofit, keep these three essential business components in mind.
For non-profits, “marketing” is almost a dreaded word. Gaining funding is necessary for doing good… but every dollar and hour spent on fundraising robs resources from the service work of the organization.