It is our mission to provide nonprofit professionals with the information they need to make quick, smart, well-informed decisions. Here, you will find a snapshot of how we do that, organized in three categories.
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- Successful Nonprofits offers a wide range of topics from experts in many fields affecting the work of nonprofits, specifically those in leadership.
- Whole Whale is a news based conversation focusing on updates, trends, and other news related to the nonprofit industry
- The Small Nonprofit a Canadian based pod discussing a wide range of topics including issues related to leadership and current trends.
- Stories The Stick by Kendra Hall gives great, useful, and clear direction on how and why to write stories
- How to Build and Mobilize A Social Media Community for Your Nonprofit in 90 Days by Julia Campbell gives a step by step guide on social media management for nonprofit communicators.
- Uncharitable by Dan Pallota this book defends the nonprofit as an industry for good, which is worth paying.
Communities and Groups:
- Nonprofit Happy Hour This Facebook group is large and full of very informed and active nonprofit professionals. Most any question will received a bounty of thoughtful responses.
- Canadian Nonprofit Happy Hour Similar to the group above, but being Canadian, the group is smaller and so less happens in this space, however it’s a great resource for Canada specific information
- LinkedIn has some great groups: Social Media for Nonprofit Organizations and Nonprofit Network
Strategic Planning Excel Document
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*This article was originally published in March 2020. The information provided is out of date. Contact us for an updated analysis