In July of 2002, the final result of the annual baseball All-Star Game that went into extra innings was a 7-7 tie. Because almost all the pitchers had been already used as the game went beyond the
Keeping of track of everything that is happening is important for nonprofits. You need to track what money is coming into your business. You should track how you and your employees interact with your customers, handle your grants, and manage other aspects of your work.
Are you looking for some inspiration? You are at the right place. Here are some of the most inspiring nonprofit founders and some lessons you can learn from them: Larsen Jay CEO, Random Acts of Flowers
No matter how noble your cause, if no one knows about your nonprofit, you won’t be able to achieve any of your lofty goals. This is where strategic nonprofit marketing comes in. To market your nonprofit online successfully, you need to have the right data, use the proper social
We all know there are tons of shiurim and articles out there that talk about the importance of developing our middos... but how do we do it? How can we develop our middos in small, practical, easy, and manageable steps?
In Parshas Bo, God carries out the final tenth plague, the killing of the first born Egyptian children, “So that you shall know that God will have differentiated between Egypt and Israel” [Shemos 11:7]. Following the prior nine plagues when God also demonstrated His ability to precisely distinguish between the Egyptians and Bnei
Getting a seriously large ‘dream donation’ (think your biggest ever donation yet!) is the most direct way to make a real impact. So what are the ingredients to make this happen in the year ahead? If you look at the Jewish leaders who've succeeded in building something significant
Charities have it pretty tough. As if it wasn’t hard enough to convince random strangers to reach into their wallets for philanthropic deeds, nonprofits have to compete against each other as well. They face donor fatigue, apathy, economic downturns, and criticism over their
Stephen Covey’s classic, 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, is a must read for any Jewish leader who wants to be more productive and effective. Last week, I shared the first three on Covey’s habits and how they can positively impact your leadership and fundraising.
Stephen Covey’s classic, 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, is a must-read for any Jewish leader who wants to be more productive and effective. Using these 7 Habits, I'll pinpoint some key take-homes, that will give you an immediate boost in your