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Seven Resource Development Roles for a Nonprofit Board

In a time of increased need, most nonprofits look to their boards for fundraising leadership and direction. But for some board members, the notion of being asked to solicit for funding causes panic. Not everyone is born to ask for money, but there are ways a board member can contribute to the fundraising effort without […]

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Board Size: Knowing When to Say When!

Today more than ever, our local nonprofits are racing to divert crisis and develop their competitive advantage. For many, the battle for market share supremacy is highly dependent upon the board of directors’ capacity to address key organizational priorities, including fundraising, advocacy and grass-roots marketing. This realization has stimulated nonprofits to expand the size of […]

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Capacity Building for Nonprofit Boards

What good is a nonprofit if it has no effective way to progress toward its missions? The single best step to ensuring success is through building organizational capacity. The following important questions should be considered when looking at capacity. What are the characteristics of a good capacity building tool? In order for a nonprofit to […]

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