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"Nonprofits leaders hire Karen to help increase
their revenues by up to 300 percent—

what they gain
are strategies
that improve their
organizations forever."

Help for Nonprofit Leaders

You do good work. You help the illiterate to read. You place paintbrushes in frail senior’s’ hands. You organize programs to solve pressing public problems. You do a myriad of things to make lives’ better. Despite its joys, nonprofit work is hard, and it’s not for wimps.

Expertise for Nonprofits

Your nonprofit delivers solutions to our most difficult challenges. You improve lives. You solve challenges. You offer hope and optimism in a world of gloomy headlines. Despite your high value, achieving results isn't easy.

Quick Tip Videos

Karen's video series answers your questions about best practice ways to find resources and revenue for your nonprofit organization. Generate ideas, resources, and funding to fulfill your goals in creative, effective and brilliant ways.

"Working with Karen is fantastic, easy, logical, and effective — it absolutely saved us time and money and helped us raise over a million dollars. We're still putting $300,000 to 400,000 in our budget each year because of the work.”
Christine M. Smith
DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY RELATIONS THE SALVATION ARMY, MANATEE COUNTY

yOUR GUIDE To SUSTAINABLE NONPROFIT REVENUE

In this practical and persuasive new book, you will discover the seven streams of nonprofit income. Drawing on two decades of investigation and over 1,000 interviews with nonprofit leaders, in 7 Nonprofit Income Streams, Karen Eber Davis clarifies the confusing, competitive and messy garage world of nonprofit income.

Read Karen's Newsletter

Added Value, the newsletter, focuses on nonprofit income development, fundraising, and board development. 

"I love working with Karen. She’s very good at discovering what it is that I need and she has great instincts. The combination of the two offers amazing outcomes that exceeds my expectations."
Jennifer Silva
TAMPA BAY WATCH
  • Why and How to Have Your Nonprofit Board Thank Donors

    Why and How to Have Your Nonprofit Board Thank Donors

    Learn why asking board members to call and thank your donors makes sense and how it will help you to build a culture of philanthropy. Discover how to ensure your board members succeed at this nonprofit fundraising task. Board members thanking donors is one of many ways to help you board members learn to love... View ArticleRead More »
  • Not Just a Placard for Your Wall: How to Use Your Vision Every Day

    Not Just a Placard for Your Wall: How to Use Your Vision Every Day

    Your vision. You struggle writing it word by word. When you finally get it right, you display it on your website, grants, and brochures. You refer to it when you work with your staff and board. Vision is the fuel of your nonprofit engine. It’s your destination. It’s why you continue when the odds are... View ArticleRead More »
  • What is the Best Way to Do Strategic Planning in Your Nonprofit?

    What is the Best Way to Do Strategic Planning in Your Nonprofit?

    You need a nonprofit strategy to guide your efforts to grow your revenue and supporters and to accomplish more mission. What is the best process to use? One that engages your board and gathers all of your potential nonprofit strategies under one umbrella for you to evaluate. Follow this link for your FREE subscription to... View ArticleRead More »
  • How to Write a Great Not-for-Profit Mission Statement

    How to Write a Great Not-for-Profit Mission Statement

    Are you struggling to find the right words to convey your mission? This video will help you to craft a unique mission statement for your not-for-profit organization. How should you start? How might you organize your words to share your important work? This short video will get you underway to writing a super not-for-profit mission... View ArticleRead More »
  • Is Your Greatest Income Challenge What You Think It Is?

    Is Your Greatest Income Challenge What You Think It Is?

    Answer honestly. During the past week have you said or thought one of the following? I’m so busy. Things are hectic. There’s too much to do. You’re not alone. Time management is the number one challenge nonprofit leaders face. You wear many hats besides the one attached to your title. No matter your role, you support... View ArticleRead More »

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