COVID-19 and Help for Nonprofits

Hey Nonprofit Warriors, I know you’re battle-weary, but help is on the way. You are likely among the many who have been advocating to ensure that our sector was included in the CARES Act, which was unanimously approved by the Senate on March 25 and awaits a House vote as of this writing. Our voices…

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Save 15% on a Grants Research Package

Save 15% on a Grants Research Package, so you can focus on advancing your mission! All research includes corporate, community, and family foundations funding at the local, regional, or national level, with application, contact and deadline information provided. Basic: Prospects screened for interest areas; organization will vet for programmatic and location criteria. Intermediate: Prospects qualified…

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Looking for Love (and Funding!) in All the Right Places

Happy Valentine’s Week, Nonprofit Warriors! We couldn’t find a box of digital chocolates but are sharing the love with a few funder-finding ideas, especially for the small or start-up nonprofit. While corporate, family and community foundation grants can play a strong supporting role in your overall fundraising plan, locating those revenue opportunities can be challenging.…

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Boosting Donor Engagement: The Generational Gap

A successful nonprofit is built by many hands. Some are younger and stronger, while others are more weathered and experienced. Without different generations of donors, an organization can’t secure and sustain its future. Knowing how to identify and engage each generation can be the difference between struggle and success. There are a few things you…

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Recruitment of Volunteers

Volunteers can be the lifeblood of nonprofit organizations. Volunteers often make up the board of directors, can help carry out operations, and plan and carry out programs and events. One would assume volunteer recruitment would be easy for a nonprofit in a state nicknamed “The Volunteer State,” but even in Tennessee (the home of Redbird…

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Three people discussing corporate sponsorship opportunities for a nonprofit organization.

5 Steps to Acquiring Corporate Sponsorships

Corporate sponsorship is a form of marketing that involves companies making financial contributions to nonprofit organizations to help them fund events or projects. These companies provide funds in exchange for their name being associated with the event or project, as well as other benefits the nonprofit may wish to offer them. Sponsorships can build positive…

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Coins with plants growing out of them showing that as you raise more your nonprofit can flourish.

Raise More, Spend Less: The Art of Balancing Your Nonprofit

You have a vision and a mission, which is the heart of a successful nonprofit! Often this means organizing volunteers and fundraisers to raise money for your cause while keeping overhead costs low. Stressing over organization and finances can sometimes take the “fun” out of fundraising. As if planning wasn’t complicated enough, your organization must…

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