The Nonprofit Exchange Archive
Volunteers are America’s unrecognized workforce. Without their contribution, especially in this time of Covid 19, we would simply not be able to care adequately for those who are elderly and/or infirmed. By training volunteers in peer counseling skills, they can make vital contributions to our most vulnerable neighbors during this most challenging time.
Hugh Ballou, Amit Banergee, and Russell Dennis share what's happening in the SynerVision online "Community for Community Builders." This "One-fo-a-Kind" community is exclusively for nonprofit leaders and clergy who are looking for a peer-to-peer space that's safe, collegial, and accepting.
Paper For Water's primary mission is to bring water and the Word to the Thirsty one piece of paper at a time. The mission was born out of the desire that two little girls had to help other girls worldwide who do not get to go to school because they spend their days hauling water. Isabelle and Katherine also learned that a child dies every 15 seconds from unclean water.
Chicks Connect is more than a membership... It is a movement! A movement dedicated to inspiring members to grow personally and professionally by connecting, collaborating, creating and celebrating one another. Chicks Connect is a Mastermind Support Network dedicated to connecting members locally and globally, guiding them into action, holding them accountable for personal and professional growth and development all built on a foundation of love, fun, friendship, service, and support.
The forced reboot that has come with sheltering in place and working remotely has opened a space to reconsider everything that has been assumed about work and your staff's relationship to it. Low levels of employee engagement has been an issue requiring leadership's focus for decades. And yet the workplace, especially inside non profit organizations that are so often cause driven, holds such promise for fulfillment in the lives of employees.
Doug will share how video communication strategies are vital to the future of nonprofits and how to create highly engaging and effective video campaigns. Nonprofit communications are in the midst of a tectonic shift. Video is the future, and nonprofits need to quickly adapt to this new reality. Doug will address the pressing issues related to video that challenge nonprofits.
Sharon is a highly sought-after mentor and has worked with major brands like Disney and Time Warner and served two U.S. Presidents as an advisor on the topic of financial literacy. Everything about Sharon’s career centers around impacting others to improve their financial IQ, access untapped potential personally and in business, and create their own legacy.
One of the best ways for nonprofits to gain support via partners and funding is to get people to quickly understand and relate to our story. Media and publicity is a very powerful way to convey that story and get it shared across regions and countries.
Martin Leifeld, author, coach, consultant and public speaker, directed the raising of over $500 million dollars during his 24 years of fundraising leadership in the St. Louis region.
When you find your money leaks you will have more money to empower/service more people. You will find ways to collaborate with other associations to make a bigger impact.
Networking in the New Normal - Don't Stop Networking, Just Do It Differently! Gain the ability to adapt and the actions we take today will help our organizations tomorrow and beyond. BNI is the world’s largest business networking organization.
This symposium is designed to equip nonprofit leaders and clergy to break through barriers in performance for themselves, boards, staff, and volunteers; and to attract the funding to support the fulfillment of the organization's mission
There that we think donors know and this will tell us what we need know. Seven Things Every Donor Wished We Knew. Interview with funding specialist Wayne Olson.
Productivity is hugely important in this realm where you really need to get as MUCH as you can done as resources are limited and the work is EXCEPTIONALLY important
Knowing the God-given gifts others see in you improves communication, teamwork and furthers the mission and ministry of your congregation or nonprofit. Not knowing these gifts fuels conflict, miscommunication, impedes teamwork and so can hamper the mission of your organization.
The word PHILANTHROPY isn’t new, but many think being a philanthropist is about money. In Bob Hopkins’ new book, he assures us it IS NOT.
Tosha Anderson is the founder of The Charity CFO, an organization offering accounting and thought leadership skills to nonprofit agencies.
Sarah Olivieri is a nonprofit strategist with a passion for helping organizations thrive in the digital age. She shares her expertise on making an IMPACT with tools and processes that move your organization forward
A successful nonprofit must not only be able to skillfully fulfill its mission; it must also be able to skillfully articulate its mission through successful marketing in order to reach more donors, volunteers and clients.