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Resource Mobilization

Top Funding Sources for Nonprofits and Charities

Donorbox has created an up-to-date guide for nonprofits on the best sources of funding and how to choose a funding model best suited to the organization's work and mission.

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Resource Mobilization

Do Nonprofits Really Need to Focus on Donor Acquisition?

Network for Good challenges nonprofits to rethink their approach to "donor acquisition", instead focusing on building relationships with those who care about their work.

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Gender

Reproductive Justice Beyond Population: An Invitation to Funders

Policies aimed at population control have historically resulted in reproductive injustices for marginalized communities, prompting a reimagining of funding models.

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Gender

Philanthropies can advance gender equality by investing in employees

Supporting nonprofit employees is a major step toward closing the gender gap, where women comprise over two-thirds of the U.S. nonprofit workforce.

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Wellness

Showing That You Care About Employee Wellbeing

Gallup finds a correlation between employees feeling that their organization cares about their overall wellbeing and job satisfaction.

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Wellness

11 employee wellness programs that work

Successful employees aren't just healthy, they're happy and engaged. Employee wellness programs should go beyond physical health and extend to overall well-being.

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Communications

Communications Planning 101

Having a communication plan in place can help nonprofit organizations develop better and more effective content directed at their core audience.

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Communications

9 Nonprofit Communications Best Practices That Stand Out

Network for Good has created a guide on best practices in communications for nonprofits to capture and engage their audience while boosting awareness.

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Leadership

The Great Nonprofit Leadership Turnover

In the wake of the Great Resignation, the Chronicle of Philanthropy discusses how nonprofits can find and hold onto top candidates for chief executives.

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