I’m learning from ministries what it looks like to be the hands and feet of Christ as they navigate that, as they try to awaken the apathetic among us, and work through persecution.
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There are many reasons why even the best-run nonprofits aren’t growing today. But here’s the most likely: The lack of a revenue-generation strategy that will succeed in the most challenging … Read More
The 2018 Google Grants Changes (Part II): Strategies for Minimizing Risks
A couple of weeks ago, in our blog post The 2018 Google Grants Changes (Part I): What Do They Mean for You?, we talked about how Google Grants policies have … Read More
The 2018 Google Grants Changes (Part I): What Do They Mean for You?
In early December, you may have received an email from Google about upcoming changes to Google Grants. The tone of the email was glowing, and said in effect: “Good news! We’re … Read More
4 ideas to spark your innovation
In last weeks blog post, I shared with you a number of reasons why most non-profit organizations don’t innovate well. But we need to go further. So I’m going to … Read More
Want to inspire your donors to generosity? Part 3 of 3
Part 3: Top secrets of $100 million organizations In my last 2 blog posts, I’ve covered 2 of the top 3 generosity-inspiring secrets I’ve learned from organizations that have broken … Read More
Want to inspire your donors to generosity? Part 2 of 3
Part 2: Top secrets of $100 million organizations In the last blog post, I introduced the top 3 generosity-inspiring secrets I’ve learned from organizations that have broken the $100 million … Read More
Development professionals matter
If you’re the leader of a non-profit, I’d like a quick word with you. It’s about your organization’s development director (or manager or VP). Fifteen years ago, I was invited … Read More