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Fundraising in the Digital Age

It is no secret that nonprofit fundraising can be an immensely difficult arena to navigate. With the expanding popularity of social media, widely used applications have become privy to catering to the needs of businesses. In specific, Facebook and Instagram have recently launched integrated fundraising features within the apps. There are a multitude of ways to gain funding for your nonprofit, and now using social media apps…

NPR Staff Retreat Recap- July 2021

Nonprofit Resources, LLC is an association management company that operates 100% remotely. Besides our partner organization’s events and industry conferences like AMCI, there are few opportunities where we gather in person (especially after a pandemic). We are champs at doing our jobs virtually before it became a necessity for almost the entire world and see…

How Nonprofits Can Respond to Growing Gender Gap

The McKinsey Global Institute’s report on COVID-19 and Gender Equality confirm what many economists have observed: “By our calculation, women’s jobs are 1.8 times more vulnerable to this crisis than men’s jobs. Women make up 39 percent of global employment but account for 54 percent of overall job losses. One reason for this greater effect…

Is Your Organization Prepped for the Era of Videos?

In the ever-changing world of marketing and social media, there is one thing that is going to be a constant. The need to grab people’s attention.  A few months ago, I was asked to manage video production for RESNET. I had nervously laughed to myself at the thought but said “yeah, no problem!” While actually…

EEBA Call Campaign: Paving the way for a Hybrid Summit

Due to ever-changing COVID-19 regulations, various in-person events had to go virtual in 2020. Throughout the year, organizations adapted to virtual events, and shifted all in-person events to a fully virtual model. With COVID-19 regulations easing up, many events and conferences are now adding back in-person attendance options.  In early May of this year, the NPR team kicked off a call campaign…

ON THE ROAD AGAIN (or in the air)…AT LAST!

The meeting and events industry sustained a tremendous hit beginning in March 2020 with conferences, conventions, and special events being canceled or postponed due to COVID-19 spreading throughout the world.  As experts learned more about the pandemic, event dates continued to be pushed back once the reality became clear that COVID-19 was not a short-term…

Incorporating Wellness into Your Next Event – For Healthy and Happy Attendees

As event planning of all shapes and sizes begins to transform in many aspects, one key consideration is incorporating health and wellness into your agenda. And for good reason too! Whether the event is in-person, hybrid, remote, or virtual, having health and wellness components will keep your attendees engaged and fulfilled. Here are a few…

Happy National Nurses Week!

As one of the most-trusted professions in ratings of honesty and ethical standards (Gallup, 2020), it is no surprise that nursing continues to be a time-honored profession  that constantly evolves to address the needs of society. National Nurses Week begins each year on May 6th, and ends on May 12th, Florence Nightingale’s birthday. You may…

Collaboration in Rural Health

There’s a new organization in town, the Global Rural Nursing Exchange Network. In getting to know this new group, we’ve learned more about how rural healthcare is completely different in countless ways. A rural nurse is not always walking around in scrubs with a stethoscope. He or she might be riding a 4-wheeler in muck…

Creating a Turning Point – Continuing the Discussion on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

In conversation with the Nonprofit Resources team’s statement of “NPR Stands with the AAPI Community”, diversity, equity, and inclusion remains a key priority for organizations as they seek to build these values and commit to more empowering environments. Particularly amongst nonprofit organizations, cultivating diverse talent can have wide-ranging impacts on workplace culture and mission accomplishment.…

NPR Stands with the AAPI community

The Nonprofit Resources team is deeply saddened by the reports of hate crimes and incidents against Asian Americans. New data has shown that anti-Asian hate incidents are on the rise, including the targeting of Asian American elders and women. While details about the shooting of multiple Asian American women in Atlanta are still being confirmed,…

Road Closed. Are you Sure?

A little winter-time camping brought me to Sequoia National Park, late in the afternoon, looking for a drop-in place to park for the night. Although the park entrance was open, with a sign that said ‘some’ roads are closed, it was not specific. Being the adventuresome, optimistic type, I soldiered into the park full of…

NPR Staff: Interview Habitat for Humanity International CEO

Nonprofit Resource’s Emma Bennett interviewed Habitat for Humanity International CEO at the RESNET 2021 Building Performance Conference. The interview is now available to view on youtube.  Jonathan Reckford, chief executive officer of Habitat for Humanity International, was the keynote speaker at the2021 RESNET Virtual Building Performance Conference that took place February 22-24, 2021. In his…

Creating Opportunities for Women in Nonprofits

75% of the Nonprofit Resources staff are female, so it may come as a shock that in the nonprofit sector only 45% of top positions in nonprofits are made up of women; especially when women now make up 75% of the labor force. So, what can we as an industry, society, or as individuals do to create more opportunities for women in positions of power in a male populated industry?