Dos and Don’ts for a Successful Golf Outing

Have you ever been invited to or attended a golf outing? Have you ever considered hosting a golf event for your non-profit or company? Chances are you answered “yes” to at least one of these questions. And, rightfully so; golf outings are a great way to have fun, raise awareness for a brand or organization … more »

How Non-Profits Can Reach New Audiences

Each year, more and more non-profits are founded, which is wonderful news. According to the National Center for Charitable Statistics, there are currently more than 1.5 million tax-exempt organizations in the U.S. As more organizations are formed and competition for charitable dollars builds, organizations must adapt in order to continue to thrive and fulfill their … more »

Having Fun is Important – Ideas to Bring Teams Together

We are all very busy people, wouldn’t you agree? Non-profit organizations especially seem to be packing more and more into their schedules, their events and their work days. It makes sense; the work non-profits are doing is so invaluable, it is worthy of timely dedication. However, all work and no play can have negative consequences … more »

5 Pieces of Marketing Collateral Non-profits Should Use

Non-profit leaders are constantly looking for ways to increase mission awareness and gain more donations and volunteers. Marketing efforts can play a crucial role in achieving those goals, but marketing can also be expensive. In addition to the sometimes high costs associated with marketing efforts comes the fact that there seem to be limitless marketing … more »

Signs of Success: What to Look for Beyond Dollars

In today’s blog, we are exploring how to answer this question – is your non-profit successful? Success can mean many things to many people. For non-profit organizations, it can be typical to first look at dollar signs. Has your organization seen a steady, incremental increase in donations year-over-year? Certainly, this is a telling fact. But … more »
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