4 Ways to Save Your Non-Profit Money

Most non-profit leaders are constantly working to keep costs down while keeping donations and funding up. This can be difficult, as donations can fluctuate greatly over time (as can costs), and the bulk of financial contributions go to program initiatives, rather than employees or marketing efforts which could potentially increase donations. Here we share four … more »

ISA Construction Networking Event of the Year Brings High Attendance and Ample Networking Opportunities

Last week, Indiana‚Äôs best and brightest individuals in the construction industry gathered for the Indiana Subcontractors Association Construction Networking Event of the Year (ISA CNEY), and we were thrilled to have planned and attended the event. With more than 1,000 people registered to attend, the event featured a keynote speaker, an awards program which recognized … more »

5 Things Non-profits Should Share with the Media

Non-profit organizations looking to generate buzz around the great work their organization is doing should include public relations efforts into their annual marketing strategy. Spreading news about the organization, its mission and its milestones is a proven way to build non-profit awareness and possibly increase donations or volunteer numbers.   Sharing information with the media … more »

3 Reasons Non-Profits Should Work with an Outside Partner

Most non-profits are constantly looking for ways to streamline processes, save money and increase awareness. These are hefty, ongoing goals, and the truth is that organizations sometimes need help, especially when there are decreasing donations, increasing expectations and other challenges. A report from Concord Leadership Group states that many non-profits do not have strong strategic … more »
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