By Julie Malek and Mark Achler In Jewish organizations across the country, board and staff are struggling to understand the best way to navigate change and uncertainty together. A group of sector leaders (Leading Edge, JPRO Network, Board Member Institute for Jewish … [Read more...] about Everyone an Entrepreneur: Board and Staff Leading Together Through Uncertainty
Managing Your Nonprofit
By Mark S. Freedman Okay, what is this MAD LAMBS business? Perhaps those fluffy little creatures being led to the alter for sacrifice in days of yore? Shivering lamb chops in a Costco freezer? Or maybe Mary and her little lamb not knowing where to go? No to all. It is an … [Read more...] about MAD LAMBS: CEO Survival Skills for Corona and Beyond
By Susan J. Levine For 16 years, Kellman Brown Academy’s major fundraiser has been its annual dinner in April - a three-hour party with 350 attendees, lavish cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, and heartwarming speeches celebrating the contributions of our honorees and the acc … [Read more...] about How to Throw a Successful Virtual Fundraiser: Lessons Learned
By Ephraim Gopin Email marketing should be a part of your organization’s overall multi-channel fundraising strategy. Growing your email list provides your organization with opportunities to build relationships, strengthen trust and eventually, use your e-newsletter as a f … [Read more...] about Want More Donors? Start Onboarding New Email Subscribers!
A Sustainable Guide for Hiring Freelancers and Virtual Assistants By Bradley Caro Cook, Ed.D. [Author's note: The intent of this article is not to recommend the elimination of current employees, nor to encourage boards and CEOs to ask the question why do I need to pay a … [Read more...] about A Shift in “Employment Thinking” Saving Nonprofits Millions During COVID-19 and Going Forward