Fundraising for Nonprofits
Fundraising is usually high on a nonprofit’s priority list. In fact, there’s a good chance you turned to this section first. It makes sense. You’re fully committed to your mission and the programs that advance it, but none of it comes free.
On top of that, there’s intense competition for limited resources – a fact that’s never been more apparent than during the economic downturn in recent years.
What does the Fundraising section address?
Here, we describe the various types of funding sources that you should be considering and provides guidance on developing a plan to reach them. There are lots of things to consider -the role of your board, a communications plan, an online presence, and diversification, to name a few – so think of this as a springboard to taking your fundraising to the next level.
Staying true to your vision and implementing certain strategies can help you thrive even in tough economic times. Continue reading
Identify major funding resources and how to engage these specific sources to fund your organization. Continue reading
When, how and if you should begin fundraising is unique to your organization- discover the right path for your nonprofit. Continue reading
Explore the types of funding available and what will best serve your organization. Continue reading
Exploring a diverse array of funding options will help ensure the stability of your organization. Continue reading
Staying organized when developing a plan for fundraising is key. Discover a set of guidelines for helping you shape your strategy. Continue reading
Learn techniques for empowering your board to advance the effectiveness of your organizations’ fundraising effort. Continue reading
A communications strategy is essential not just for drawing people to your organization, but for fundraising as well. Continue reading
Grant writing will be vital to the success of your nonprofit, discover some guidelines for how to do it successfully. Continue reading
As a nonprofit in need of funding, different technologies can be used as resources to grow your organization. Continue reading