Capacity Building

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At the end of 2017, Google announced substantial modifications to the Google Ad Grants program. Some of the changes offer nonprofits an incentive to leverage their Google Ad Grants, which can be worth up to $10,000 monthly.

Categories: Capacity Building
Tags: Google Ad Grants, Marketing
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With all the news about recent data hacks, why wait until October’s National Cyber Security Awareness Month to consider best practices that can help secure the future of your nonprofit’s...

Categories: Capacity Building
Tags: Data Security
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Have you ever participated in a professional development conference where you listened intently, asked a few questions, and dutifully took notes, only to discover that the most memorable parts of the conference (besides the cookies) were the...

Categories: Capacity Building
Tags: Professional Development, Learning, Conferences
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Grantmakers for Effective Organizations (GEO) has provided a splendid addition to the literature on capacity building with its new report,...

Categories: Capacity Building
Tags: Trends, Capacity Building
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I doubt there is a single definition of success for nonprofit collaborations, but here’s my take: a collaboration is successful if the parties are eager to work together again.

Categories: Capacity Building
Tags: Collaboration
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Washington State has 58,000 nonprofits. More than 75% of them have budgets of $100,000 or less. So by rough estimates, 580,000 board members need training but many lack significant professional development funds to do so.

Categories: Capacity Building
Tags: Board, Board of Directors, Washington, Capacity Building
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In this two-part interview with Adrian Bordone, a “Leap Ambassador,” I was interested to hear about the importance of evaluating outcomes to both build the trust of supporters, as well as be a more effective nonprofit.

Categories: Capacity Building
Tags: Measurement, Outcomes, Impact
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In the first part of this interview with Adrian Bordone, a...

Categories: Capacity Building
Tags: Leap of Reason, Measurement, Outcomes
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(updated 10/3/17) Entrepreneurs are making financial transactions simpler, easier, and better—not only for banks, but also for consumers. How might financial technology innovations affect nonprofits?

Categories: Capacity Building
Tags: Fundraising, technology, FinTech
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In 2014, more than 62 million Americans volunteered (about a quarter of the population, 25.3 percent). Women, and people ages 35-44 years were most likely to volunteer.

Categories: Capacity Building
Tags: Volunteers, Pro Bono

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