Lessons from Leaders
Each mission-driven organization is on a journey, whether a day or decade old. Our “Lessons from Leaders” essays are designed to offer help from those who’ve faced the same challenges you do now – whether it’s creating an online presence, engaging with communities, fundraising, best practices or other issues. We hope these short essays will help you on your journey – and someday that you’ll offer your own perspectives to help the next generation of mission-driven organizations.
By Stuart Patience, Founding Board Member at Saya Suka Membaca
Non-profits need to fund their operations, but what’s the best way to do this? They can engage in fundraising efforts, seek out corporate sponsors, or simply collect donations.
Longevity Pro Tip: Two Keys to SuccessBy Leigh R. Allen II, Interim Chief Executive Officer and VP of Marketing and Development at the Council on Legal Education Opportunity (CLEO)
How does a small organization remain viable and thrive?
Collaboration Pro Tip: Tools are Essential
By Jessica Williams, Chief Communications Officer at Days for Girls International
What is the most effective way to collaborate, especially in a COVID world?
Engagement Pro Tip: Keep Enagagement Authentic
By Emily Wasek, Associate Director of Development at Jacksonville Speech & Hearing Center
How can you best engage the communities you serve?
Fundraising Pro Tip: The Value of a Monthly Donation Program
By Kirollos Barsoum, Digital Giving Manager at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children