Simple Fund Development Activities that Support Stability
At its heart, fundraising is an inherently uncertain endeavor impacted by external factors like the economic, political, and societal landscape that an organization exists within.
'Tis the Season to Connect With Donors Using Effective Communication Strategies
The holiday season is a time of increased giving and generosity. Nonprofit organizations that employ strategic outreach activities can effectively reach people that are seeking giving opportunities.
How can your organization minimize the impact of burnout on your team?
In 2019, burnout was acknowledged by the World Health Organization as an “occupational phenomenon.” Burnout is not just an individual condition. It has the potential for a negative long-term impact on individuals and organizations.
Five Steps to Supporting Fiscally Responsible Board Members
When asked what one of their greatest concerns is for their nonprofit, most board members will cite finances. However, many nonprofit boards employ a hands-off approach to the oversight of financial management.
Client Spotlight Blog Post
Navigating Crisis As a Team
Augustine Literacy Project of the Triangle worked with The INS Group to continue their work during the pandemic while staying connected as a team. “As a pen and paper-based model with in-person tutoring, we had to pivot quickly to figure out how to navigate the changing environment and shift to a virtual model to continue with our work. The way we connected with students had to change. The way we trained volunteer tutors had to change. And the demand and need for our services was higher as schools moved to virtual learning,” said Executive Director Lori Easterlin.
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