The impact of receiving your organization’s largest gift in its history is transformational. It would allow your program to impact the lives of more people, change the way donors view your organization, and raise the expectations of top organizational leadership.
Today’s fundraising professionals find themselves in the messy predicament of being in one of the sector’s most critical yet least understood roles. This can be especially difficult for those in smaller nonprofits with limited staff and resources.
Crowdfunding is a significant movement in fundraising – donation and reward-based projects alone brought in $5.5 billion dollars in 2015, and it’s only gone up from there.
Certain mistakes can instantly kill your proposal’s chance of being funded and thus intimidates us from looking for foundation funding and writing grant proposals.
There is a growing need for transformative business models that are scalable, have measurable results, and have strong biblical foundations…
Our communities’ complex problems cannot be solved without strong commitment and risky actions from ordinary Christians.