This blog item by Susan Merrill O’Connor of the Center for Non-Profits was published after the Princeton Community Works event in January 2016. We are republishing it here with permission because it provides an excellent summary of the Funding from a Grantor’s Perspective panel and includes helpful resources.
By Barbara Zaccone So you’ve been charged with the task of posting news and blog content on your website. Whether it’s once a week or once a month, that time always comes around too soon. Before we get started on our subject of developing great content, I wanted to provide some basic insight as to why posting on […]
By Andrea Levandowski You’ve probably heard of Kickstarter (www.kickstarter.com) as a means to raise funds and maybe Indiegogo too (www.indiegogo.com). You may have read about the amazing results others have had by using these crowdfunding sites. If you are thinking about trying a crowdfunding platform for your nonprofit, ask yourself, Is your organization ready to […]
By D. A. Graham At work and outside of work, you’re going to encounter difficult people. The better you know how to communicate with them, the smoother your time together will be. This blog explains how to connect with difficult personality types.
By Colleen Miller Everyone’s busy. We all face the demands of work and family daily. With this whirlwind lifestyle that many of us are living, I am often asked, “Who has time for social media?” Well, if you only have time for one form of social networking, it should be done through LinkedIn. Why? LinkedIn, […]