Creating the map for an organization is a great responsibility, and if you follow the steps outlined in this post, you’ll learn a lot, make a bunch of friends and set the course for the foreseeable future..
While humility is usually a good thing, it can also cripple an organization, especially organizations that rely on volunteers..
There’s a regional bank in the Midwest with a catchy tagline: “Ask, listen, solve.” When you think about it, that sounds pretty good! This tagline may be made up of three important words, but it’s also landed on one very impactful concept.
Dive into Google Ad Grants with our guest blogger!.
Whether they walk dogs, socialize cats, or take your outreach programs into the community, your volunteers can be a treasure trove of fantastic experiences to help you tell your story and raise donations..
Must do, could do, should do. Pick one and you’ll fall.
Measuring your marketing efforts is the key to understanding your organization. Measure against your goals and learn from experience to move ahead.
Anyone who has held a supervisory position is accustomed to completing annual employee evaluations. But is your team familiar with shelter assessments? While shelters make routine evaluations of their employees a priority, they often fail to perform structured evaluations of their building and operations.
- Administration & Finance, Fundraising & Advocacy, Leadership, SAWA, SAWA as a Resource, Uncategorized
I had a boss who liked to refer to things that happened in the distant past as “when rocks were soft and dirt was new.” Seems like these days the rocks get harder faster and the dirt gets older sooner.