Mr. Earl Jackson at Loyola Univesity Annual Haiti Assistance Conference

Mr. Earl Jackson at Loyola Univesity Annual Haiti Assistance Conference

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Nonprofit Collaboration: The Basics

Nonprofits are always striving to do more—raise more money, donate more items, impact more lives. Often times our desire to do more is stifled by our limited capacity. After all, we can’t save the world by ourselves. That’s where collaboration

How You Can Help With Disaster Relief

Hurricane Florence finally made landfall over the weekend, ravaging the Atlantic coast with devastating winds and torrential rain. Mandatory evacuation orders were enforced in several coastal cities. And as coverage of people fleeing their homes comes on our televisions and

5 Tips to Improve Your Online Fundraising

Making an online ask may seem difficult if you’re not used to digitally interacting with donors, but you’d be surprised by how easy it can be. Check out these five tips for bolstering your online fundraising. 1. Develop your social

The Anatomy of a Great Social Media Post

When it comes to marketing, social media should be your organization’s go-to tool. It helps you reach a wider audience, engage with distant supporters, draw people to your website and legitimize your brand. Although managing multiple accounts for your organization

[PODCAST] What’s Next? with Ben Bisbee

In this episode, Randy and Ben Bisbee focus on volunteerism—what it means in today’s world, and what it will mean in years to come. They talk about the changing context behind managing volunteers, what it means to surround yourself with

Why Google Might Be the Answer to Your Problems

At Nonprofit Hub, we use Google for everything—and I mean everything. From our calendars, to our email accounts, to important documents and spreadsheets, Google is our best friend. And why wouldn’t it be? Google gives you virtually unlimited storage, easy

The Ins and Outs of Content Creation

We’ve been receiving a number of inquiries about our content creation process at Nonprofit Hub, so we thought we’d share some of our expertise. Nowadays, content—stories, pictures, graphics, even music—is at the center of nearly every organization’s marketing strategy, so

Let Your Networking Lead to Donations

Working in the nonprofit industry presents its own set of challenges. Rather than gaining funds by selling a product or service, nonprofits rely on donations. Building better relationships with our donors is the nonprofit version of improving our products—it’s essential

Are There Too Many Nonprofits in America?

America’s nonprofit sector has steadily grown over the past century, which has left a lot of people hesitant to start new nonprofit organizations and uncertain about the future of their already-existing ones. In a new study titled “A Field Too Crowded? How

Walk the Walk: Establishing Workplace Culture Outside the Office

Establishing workplace culture isn’t easy. It can makes months, if not years, of trial-by-error testing, and even then there’s no guarantee that your staff will react the way you want them to. And this makes sense: individuals have vastly different