Nonprofit World: March-April 2008
VOLUME 26, NUMBER 2
|25 Ways to Cut Costs|
by Muehrcke, Jill
How many do you use?
|Can Property-Use Donors Claim Deductions?|
by Kramer, Don
If a family lends out their home for a nonprofit retreat, can they claim a deduction?
|Creating Nonprofit Excellence through Capacity Building|
by Newborn, Tangie
Capacity building - what is it really? Are you a capacity builder?
|Five Project-Management Myths*|
by LaBrosse, Michelle
Here's how to dodge some common barriers to getting things done.
|How to Energize Your Thank-You Letter*|
by Rees, Sandy
The thank-you letter should be your first step toward gaining your next gift. Here are 10 ideas to vitalize it.
|How to Enjoy Fundraising*|
by Fernsler, Terrence
These books will help take the fear out of asking for money.
|I've Been Thinking about Board Governance|
by Golensky, Martha
New research offers clues to improving the board-executive relationship
|Is It OK to Design Unique Stationery for Holiday Fundraising?*|
by Warwick, Mal
Which will gain a better result - a letter on special or standard stationery?
|Making Real Estate Work for Nonprofits|
by Gentilucci, Richard
Take these steps to reap the rewards of real-estate development.
|Online Fundraising Success Factors|
by Austin, Gene
Don't forget these important measures when assessing online fundraising success. If you do, you may be selling your efforts short.
|The Board-Savvy CEO|
by Eadie, Doug
Is your CEO a board-astute leader? Here's how to tell.
|The Nonprofit Sector Doesn't Exist*|
by Ruebottom, Trish
Going beyond a new definition, this author advocates fresh roles, solutions, and a whole different society. Is it time for you to change your strategies?
|When It's Time for a Turnaround|
by Katz, Robert D.
Follow these steps to transform your organization and ensure a successful future.
|Where to Find Free Legal Assistance*|
by O'Connor, Allyn M.
Use these practical tips to get legal help at no charge.
|Will and Vision: Keys to Advancing Your Organization|
by Lemberg, Paul
These may be the two most important one-word concepts going. Find out what they can do for your organization.