Are memberships right for you?

From museums and other cultural entities to animal protection groups to a wide range of public policy/advocacy organizations, we are all familiar with nonprofits that develop their support through memberships. This avenue may primarily serve as a way to engage first-level donors, although it can also be directly linked to delivering service. Small nonprofits in“Are memberships right for you?”

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Are your sponsors a “summer romance?”

As the weather improves, so begins the peak season for music festivals, outdoor games, community fairs, road races, pet washes, duck races, and every kind of fundraising event that our sector can dream up to engage donors in an enjoyable and productive way. So often these events need private-sector sponsorships to happen, and one of“Are your sponsors a “summer romance?””

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Make yours a truly great workplace

The Denver Post recently announced the polling and research culminating in its third annual “Top Workplaces,” honoring a wide range of employers, listing various strategies that our region’s most preferred employers use to retain and reward their teams, and also giving us a taste of the comments employees made in surveys. Our Rich TIPS have“Make yours a truly great workplace”

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Are you a good match for that funder?

Fundraising for a small and growing nonprofit can be an emotional roller-coaster of hopes and disappointments. At times you may be aware of an exciting opportunity to submit a proposal, and your judgment can be eclipsed by the short timeframe to the deadline or the heady potential of thinking, “This is THE grant that will“Are you a good match for that funder?”

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