The Nonprofit Exchange Archive

The Nonprofit Exchange Archive

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The Nonprofit Exchange Archive

2805, 2024

What High Impact Funders Look for in Your Funding Requests

May 28, 2024|

To be successful in non-profit fundraising you have to have a plan and a point of view that aligns your infrastructure and your vision. Having integrity, a stellar reputation, and the ability to execute what you promise on is vital to your organization's sustainability and long term growth. Without these key components developing and executing a successful fundraising strategy is nearly impossible.

3004, 2024

Why Marketing is a Nonprofit’s Secret Weapon

April 30, 2024|

For nearly 35 years, Vicky Winkler has been deeply immersed in the marketing realm, specializing in assisting businesses and nonprofits with enhancing their branding, creating captivating marketing materials, and executing top-notch print work.

2304, 2024

Your REAL Life: Building Authentic Resilience for a Joyful Life

April 23, 2024|

Change is the one constant we can guarantee to experience throughout our lifetime. Nate’s REAL model enables all people to build their personal superpower of authentic resilience.

1303, 2024

AI Risk and the AI Trust Council: The Geeks are Getting Out of Hand

March 13, 2024|

Rather than AI this is our time to show our HI, or Human Intelligence. We are in a position to help heal the world and push forward toward an amazing future.

3001, 2024

Flipping Our Mindset Regarding Inclusion from Obligation to Opportunity

January 30, 2024|

Peaces of Me Foundation is transforming society’s understanding of disabilities, differences, and chronic illness so that all individuals have the opportunity to reach their full potential.

2301, 2024

Plan for Success: Why Succession Planning is Crucial for Your Organization

January 23, 2024|

Creating a strong succession plan not only ensures success for the future but creates opportunities for development for current employees and strengthens their ties to the organizations.

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