Lorna Doone Brewer
- Saturday, 12 November 2011
Nonprofits depend on their donors, so managing and growing a list of contributors is an important function, whether it is performed by the leadership of a small organization or there is a full-time development department in place to recruit and retain strong donors. Read more...
- Thursday, 03 November 2011
Chances are, your nonprofit organization does more than one thing. Your end goal may be to get abandoned animals adopted, to raise money for cancer research, or to provide food to families struggling to get by. But in pursuit of that mission, you must typically solicit support in the form of volunteers, in-kind donations, and financial contributions. Read more...
- Thursday, 20 October 2011
It’s pretty clear that nonprofits can benefit from having a web site, but getting one up and running can be a daunting prospect. In most cases, there isn’t a lot of money in the budget for such things, especially when money is earmarked for the important work your organization does. Many nonprofits shoestring their web sites by having volunteers or staff create them, rather than turning to more costly options. Read more...