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In this practical and persuasive book, 7 Nonprofit Income Streams, you will discover the seven streams of nonprofit income. Drawing on two decades of investigation and more than 1,000 interviews with nonprofit leaders, Karen Eber Davis clarifies the confusing, competitive, and messy world of nonprofit income so you can:
Learn the successful strategies used by dozens of nonprofits. Discover how to weave the seven nonprofit income streams into a viable strategy for your nonprofit—and pre-test it. Be guided as you design ways to propel your nonprofit toward the income it needs to sustain it for the long haul. 7 Nonprofit Income Streams is the real deal to make your nonprofit profitable. To read more click on the book.
More information and articles: Author page at CharityChannel Press
Video: Preview of The Philanthropy Show: 7 Income Streams
Terrie Temkin guides a star-studded cast of collaborators in creating a board volume that delivers the wisdom of the nonprofit world’s leading practitioners, researchers, and provocateurs. This easily-digestible book is a must for board directors and anyone who is interested in effective nonprofit leadership. The focused, short-essay format makes it easy for the reader to absorb the authors’ thinking on a variety of topics: some traditional—such as board member roles and responsibilities, recruitment, meeting management, and evaluation—and others not so much. For instance, you’ll find articles on coaching for directors, the value of conversation, and several new structures for governance.YOU and Your Nonprofit Board: Advice and Practical Tips from the Field’s Top Practitioners, Researchers, and Provocateurs is a book of how not what. Eschewing a single perspective of governance, it is suggestive, not prescriptive. And it invites you to be part of the dialogue. It is the first governance book of its kind to:
Whether you are new to the field or have been immersed in it for years, you will find new ideas to help you navigate today’s fast-paced, information-saturated reality in which wise practice is rapidly evolving.
Karen is proud to be one of the “star-studded cast of collaborators” who helped to write this book. You’ll find Karen’s contribution, “Almost Magic: How to Create a Board that Supports Your Nonprofit” in Part Two: Making It Work.
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Awaken your thinking about corporate social responsibility (CSR) and business philanthropy. This e-book brief shows you how to generate greater performance and profits at your firm with strategic philanthropy. Discover how to improve your community, improve your profits and performance, and reach your philanthropic potential. This brief introduces you to the untapped power of strategic corporate social responsibility.
(Publication February 2017)
Stop! Before you invest your time or resources in a nonprofit organization, ask questions. Why? To save time, money, and aggravation. This e-book is chock full of ideas about what to ask in a dozen categories. Read it to find questions to ask to decide whether to donate, volunteer, join the board, or become a staff member. Ask to find out if your gifts will make a difference. Ask to find the excellent organizations to help you change the world.
(Publication: March 2016)
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Your organization doesn’t just need great grants –it needs Grant-tastic ones, that is, proposals that get funded. This booklet with its clear advice and easy to use format provides you with the hints, tips, and tricks you need to write and win grants.
With Grant-tastic you learn how to:
(Publication, February 2007)
Nonprofits spend half or more of their resources on people to acquire their time. By streamlining and improving the time management at your organization, you create more of your mission. Time Management for Nonprofit Leaders includes 121 Time-tastic Tips to help you get the most out of your most important resource.
This booklet will help you:
Nominated for the 2011 Terry McAdams Award.
(Publication, July 2010)