This Q&A explores the right way to offer attractive pay and benefits and features Pete Smith (Smith Compensation Consulting) and Deborah Davidson (BoardSource).
Replay the transcript of Darian Rodriguez Heyman, editor of Nonprofit Management 101: A Complete and Practical Guide for Leaders and Professionals, and Ann W. Lehman, co-author of Boards That Love Fundraising: A How-To Guide For Your Board, exploring why nonprofit board members should be actively involved in fundraising.
Replay the transcript of Rebecca Posey and Matthew Charboneau discussing how artists can build their own successful creative enterprises.
Veteran consultant and writer Morrie Warshawski, and his daughter, Leah, a filmmaker, answer questions about raising funds for film and video projects.
Erik Detiger, founder and managing director of Philantropia, and Clifford Perlman, attorney and partner at Perlman & Perlman LLP, discuss how NGOs can raise funds in the U.S.
Nonprofit consultants and authors Chataun Denis and Jim Horan answer questions about creating usable, living, nonprofit business plans.
This Q&A explores how to choose among nonprofit, for-profit, L3C, or B corporation status to achieve a charitable mission and features Marc Lane (Marc J. Lane Wealth Group) and Ben Wirz (John S. and James L. Knight Foundation).
Kevin Monroe, X Factor Consulting, and Dave Koser, Lancaster County Community Foundation, explore how to respond to funders' questions about nonprofit sustainability, especially in the context of grant proposals.
Marilyn Hoyt, nonprofit executive, consultant, and trainer, and Meghan Mucklow Pietrantonio, grants manager for SunTrust Bank's Foundations & Endowments Specialty Practice, answer questions about the right and wrong ways to approach grantmakers during all stages of the funding request process.
Kate Barr, Executive Director for Nonprofits Assistance Fund, and Norah McVeigh, Managing Director of Financial Services for Nonprofit Finance Fund, answer questions on how nonprofits can achieve good financial health.
Attorneys Rachel Epps Spears and Robyn Miller of Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta discuss why some motives are not suitable for starting a nonprofit and suggest alternatives.
Anne Diaz, advisory services consultant for the Taproot Foundation, and Ruti Wajnberg, community manager for Catchafire, answer questions about how nonprofits can access free or low-cost professional services to build their organizational capacity.
Nonprofit social media and marketing consultants John Haydon and Sherry Heyl answer questions on how to best use social media to engage and cultivate new and current donors.
Foundation Center president Bradford Smith and grant writing consultant Pamela Grow answer your questions on how to approach foundations that do not accept unsolicited proposals.
Fundraising consultant Amy Eisenstein and Foundation Center Atlanta director Val Porter answer questions about how your board members and volunteers can raise interest and money for your organization.
Jo DeBolt of LaPiana Consulting and Lindsay Hanson of Grassroots Solutions discuss how nonprofits are collaborating for good.
Kickstarter co-founder Yancey Strickler and USA Projects director Neal Anderson share information on how these funding platforms can help artists get funded.
Allyson Burns, director of communications at the Case Foundation, and Cassandra Stalzer, communications manager at the Rasmuson Foundation, answer questions about how foundations are using social media.
Consultant Pamela Grow and Kevin McDaniel, program officer at the Cleveland Foundation answer questions about proposal development dos and don'ts when developing proposals for foundation grants.
David Pass, CFRE, vice president of development and marketing of MedShare, and Joe Folan, director of Opportunity Knocks, answer questions about when professional fundraising certifications would be a worthwhile investment of your time, energy, and money for a career in grant writing and fundraising.
Veteran fundraising consultant Tony Poderis answers questions about how to maximize your nonprofit's end-of-year giving.
Mark Kantrowitz, Publisher of Finaid.org, answers questions about financial aid for students.