You have little time to grab your reader’s attention. Don’t split hairs. Don’t beat around the bush. And don’t be afraid to pull on your donor’s heartstrings.
The “sins” that foundation executives often cite in their work with nonprofit grantees.
Nonprofits can now take a survey to measure their performance and compare their fundraising programs against the highest performing organizations in their sectors.
What should you look for in a prospective board member? How big should your board be? What should you expect and require of its members?
Astute observers of the typical grant-making review process will notice a few simple ways to make their proposals stand out.
In our personal lives, we set goals, keep to-do lists, and mostly following through on the things we set out to accomplish. At scale, however, planning is an entirely different beast.