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Latest Blog Posts

Is Your Organization Ready for Grant Funds?

We receive phone calls and emails on an almost daily basis asking about grant writing services.  Unfortunately, all too often, after a brief phone conversation, I have to tell the[…]

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To Give or Not To Give

In most cases, nonprofit board members devote a lot of time and energy to the nonprofit boards on which they serve. So is this service enough? Do they need to[…]

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The Board’s Agenda

Nonprofit leaders often express frustration with how their board meetings operate.  Board meetings are a necessity but they don’t have to be boring, dry and uninspiring.  Instead, board meetings can[…]

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Working Hard!

“Whatever your task, put yourself into it, as done for the Lord and not for people, since you know that from the Lord you will receive the inheritance as your reward; you serve the Lord Christ.” —Colossians 3:23–24

This verse is found in several places throughout the Bible, so I am thinking that since it is repeated, it is probably something that we need to remember. Perhaps, it is something that we, in our human nature, tend to forget.

Many people who work in nonprofits end up wearing many hats. Your title may be Chief Executive Officer, Program Director, Social Worker or something else, but you know that what the title really means is that you roll up your sleeves and do whatever it takes to make the organization fulfill its mission whether that is taking out the trash, cleaning the floor or holding a baby. (The baby holding is my favorite).

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