The Power Of Purpose is pleased to announce the launch of Nonprofit University 2.0!
Nonprofit University aims to be the premier Nonprofit educational system based on all varying degrees of nonprofit experience and resources needed at all stages of Nonprofit development!
"Nonprofit University is your step-by-step education system for progressing from the stages of nonprofit startup and nonprofit creation to the seasoned professional who builds a high-achieving nonprofit corporation.
Nonprofit University provides curriculum based on all varying degrees of nonprofit experience and equips you with the resources needed at all stages of nonprofit development," says Sherry Watson, co-founder of The Power Of Purpose.
Here are the new Nonprofit University 2.0 resources below:
Building a strategic partnership with a for-profit can give your nonprofit better access to people, resources, and services you need. Many forward-thinking businesses are seeking long-lasting, mission-based, and socially conscious partnerships with nonprofits. If you’re looking to advance your mission without huge funding efforts, for-profit partnerships are the way to go.
This is the most basic way that for-profits can be beneficial to nonprofits. Businesses may reach out to staff members, volunteers, beneficiaries or even board members, offering their services or product to them for free, as a prize or as a premium.
The marriage of nonprofit and for-profit business creates a symbiotic relationship that will support your cause and their business at the same time. By building collective impact efforts where businesses and nonprofits effectively collaborate can unlock benefits for both parties...
CauseVox an NYC startup site that focuses on helping small to medium sized nonprofits raise funds. They specialize in creating social impact with their causes. The supporters you gain are able to create their own pages to raise money on your behalf. This can help you increase your donations and exposure online. With a very flexible system and pricing, CauseVox is a good place to start for any nonprofit.
Hailed as “a movement of people who want to make generosity a part of everyday life,” this platform boasts 14,000 nonprofits raising around 500 million in funds to date. Razoo also offers services for charitable fundraisers for...
It is important to diversify your social media outlets. Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn are the basic channels that your organization should be on. If you have a highly visual nonprofit with lots of photo opportunities you should look into Instagram and Snapchat as well. Facebook Live is great for events to show people what you do in real time. Evaluate each channel and use your gut for what will work best for you.