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Budgeting to make Progress

Understanding budgets are a part of nonprofit work some nonprofit leaders never grow to like but are necessary for developing and growing a nonprofit. Budgets are a part of your nonprofit story and paint of picture how your nonprofit is operating and how well your nonprofit stewards its finances. All nonprofits are unique, therefore yourContinue reading “Budgeting to make Progress”

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What’s a Capital Campaign?

The best thing a nonprofit can do is bring in diversified capital and donations. At the core, a capital campaign is a drawn-out extensive fundraiser. On a complex level, a capital campaign is a concerted effort to raise a substantial amount of money for a specific program in a specific time frame. They require supportContinue reading “What’s a Capital Campaign?”

Founders Edition: Building Bridges

The most effective nonprofit founders are “in touch” with the community their organization serves. They aren’t afraid to make speeches, meet and greet, network, and be visible in and to the community. A good nonprofit leader isn’t going to get very far if they aren’t interacting with the community they serve. Becoming a founder ofContinue reading “Founders Edition: Building Bridges”

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The Good and Bad of Fiscal Sponsorship

Fiscal sponsorship, at its core, is when a nonprofit organization extends its tax-exempt status to select groups engaged in activities related to the organization’s mission. Most often, fiscal sponsorship is used by organizations, individuals, or collaborations who are doing charitable work but who want an alternative to becoming a 501(c)(3) organization with the IRS. InContinue reading “The Good and Bad of Fiscal Sponsorship”

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