- FREE EBOOK: HOW TO BUILD A MONTHLY GIVING PROGRAM
- 9 CHALLENGES IN NONPROFIT PROGRAM DELIVERY E-BOOK
- THE NONPROFIT BOOK WE’VE BEEN WAITING FOUR YEARS TO READ IS FINALLY HERE: NEW POWER
Free eBook: How to Build a Monthly Giving ProgramRaise more money with your own monthly giving program A monthly giving program will increase the number and size of donations you receive each year. If your nonprofit doesn’t have one in place, now is the time to get started.
Download our guide to learn:
- How to build a monthly giving program
- How to motivate donors to give monthly
- How to inspire donors to give more
- How to launch your monthly giving program
-Source: Newsletter, The Nonprofit Quarterly, 29 March 2018
9 Challenges in Nonprofit Program Delivery E-bookIn this e-book, we will focus on facing and overcoming the biggest roadblocks to delivering programs, starting with some of the challenges we see all the time in the nonprofit community, such as: operations and reporting, scaling and aligning programs across chapters and partners, and managing funding. You’ll walk away with tips on tackling each issue and inspiration from nonprofits that have seen success.
-Source: Newsletter, The Nonprofit Times, 22 March 2018
The Nonprofit Book We’ve Been Waiting Four Years to Read is Finally Here: New PowerBack in November, 2014, Henry Timms and Jeremy Heimans published an article about “New Power” in the Harvard Business Review that caught my eye. The concepts around connectivity and leadership were synergistic with the concept of networked leadership that Allison Fine and I wrote about in the Networked Nonprofit, published in several years before.
The article caught fire – not only in nonprofit and philanthropy circles – but also business, government, and beyond. Today, after several years of researching and writing, Timms and Heimans have finally published their book called “New Power: How Movements Build, Businesses Thrive, and Ideas Catch Fire in Our Hyperconnected World.” It is a sector must read.
-Source: Newsletter, Beth’s Blog, 3 April 2018