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What technical, practical and material assistance is needed to help SGBs scale so more people are positively impacted.
This article outlines the budgeting process and is part of the Grant Writing for Beginners series addressing all stages of preparing a grant proposal, from writing a Letter of Inquiry to submitting a complete proposal.
In addition to securing funding, grant writing provides a vehicle for your organization to educate funders about key community needs. A grant application can inform funders of how your organization meets those community needs. Funders and nonprofits that deliver community programs have a symbiotic relationship; both entities can benefit from that relationship. Grantmakers receive requests that far exceed the amount of funds they have available to distribute making the grant process extrem
Wondering how often to post on social media? Recent studies have shown that there really are optimal posting frequencies for the different social media platforms. And the good news is, it’s probably not as often as you may have heard!
Rajeev Ramchand, senior behavioral scientist at RAND Corporation, presents key evaluation concepts and questions to consider when creating an evaluation plan for communication efforts.
This report provides honest reflections about what the SPRING Accelerator learned in designing and managing an impact-focused, human-centred business accelerator, so that others may benefit from our learning. The report shares what worked well and what they would do differently, and provides practical tips for universal challenges faced by accelerators: selecting the right businesses, prioritising areas of business support, finding investment and monitoring results.
There is no shortage of able communicators on most nonprofit boards. Board members usually bring a degree of passion, purpose and special abilities to their term of service. Many come from business or professional environments that require at least a measure of experience in advocacy, often referred to as “selling” an idea or product! But rarely do Board Chairs and CEOs avail themselves of the opportunity to develop nonprofit board members as fully functioning ambassadors for the organization. With a constantly rotating board and emerging crises, it becomes difficult to find the time and energy to coach board members in the art of putting the organization’s public face on view. In some cases the CEO simply doesn’t encourage contact between the board and staff. At other times, they fail to include selected directors in important conversations with key public figures and/or major donors or foundation executives. Such omissions represent a major talent loss in the advocacy process. Here are a number of ways to develop “ambassadorships” on the nonprofit board:
It used to be that brands wanted to receive Instagram comments from followers to grow their account. But now, thanks to a new algorithm and a culture change, brands, celebrities, and influencers are cleverly (and successfully!) using witty comments to optimize their exposure on Instagram and gain more followers!
Whether you work on a content marketing team at your company or you're riding solo, these are some tried-and-true habits you can adopt that will put you on the path to being a truly successful content creator.
Use this tagline creator template to brainstorm lots of potential taglines for your organisation.
Case studies help establish your brand as a topical authority, demonstrate how you solve a real challenges for a customer, and help leads see how they could experience similar success with your services. Case studies are the perfect way to demonstrate your expertise, process and provide proof of results. This article guides you step by step through the process of creating a case study for your organisation.
You know how I feel about editorial calendars. They are the single most important tool for a communications director. So I get VERY excited when I hear a good nonprofit editorial calendar story. When Sharon Sharp, the marketing and communications associate at the SPCA Tampa Bay, told me the story of how she launched an editorial calendar that no one used and then changed it up so that now everyone uses it, I knew you’d want to hear the story too.
This report covers key insights to get a better understanding of how creative hubs are built, managed and sustained, and how we can help them to prosper.
Donors want to be sure that the money they give is used honestly and effectively to carry out the organisation’s aims. They see a strong governing board as a safety net to protect the survival of your NPO. Here’s a list of some practical examples on how your board can fulfil its key roles and responsibilities to govern
Name one important skill you mastered the first time you tried it. Perhaps you can find an example or two, but let’s face it – we become good at things by learning basic principles, followed by lots of practice. Fundraising is no different. It’s a skill to be mastered. If you want your board, staff, or any group to master fundraising, you need help them learn in an organized way, then create opportunities to try out their new skills.
How to install LinkedIn tracking pixel. For more information on why you should install a pixel on your website see: www.hub-collective.org/resources/whats-a-marketing-pixel-and-why-should-you-care
Finding trusts, foundations and other grant funding opportunities for your charity can be tricky. This guide walks you through approaches that can fire up your fundraising through better grant funding prospect research.
A step by step guide on getting started with Facebook Ads From from basic setup, to targeting, to what ad types to use, you name it.
The Creative HubKit illustrates experiences and approaches from those building successful and sustainable hubs. The HubKit will give you insights into how creative hubs are formed, structured and sustained.
Every single thing you need to know about Facebook groups, including why you should be using them, how to create and maintain groups, best practices, and so much more.
A key step in your financial planning is ensuring that you are able to draw up a budget that ensures each project and programme is able to pay its own way. Here is a quick Q ‘n’ A that will kick-start your thinking about how to effectively manage your financial planning.
A Field Guide to Human-Centered design. A step-by-step guide that helps you solve problems like a designer.
This report covers SPRING Accelerator's learning so that other accelerators, programmes, donors and ecosystem-builders can build on our experience to better support businesses to innovate for impact. We covered so much ground that we decided to break up our learning into four sub-themes: the human-centred design process, business models for girl impact, accelerator design and investment.
In a normal year, many nonprofit organizations find the task of searching for potential donors and funders to be daunting and arduous. Given this year is anything but normal, even nonprofits with extensive fundraising experience are finding it increasingly difficult to find funding for their programs and services. As previous sources become unavailable, the search for new funding will become more critical than ever. As a result, it is important to know how to find grants by reviewing best practices for finding potential funders. Put your organization on a funder’s radar and increase your chances of getting funding by forging personal connections with grantmakers and asking well-crafted quest
In this Toolkit, you will find supports for applying for grants. Part I gives a step-by-step overview of the grantwriting process. Part II provides a general template for writing a grant application. Completing Part II will give you a solid proposal that can be adapted to meet specific grant opportunities and review criteria for specific funders.