Tag: NGO

The Importance of Storytelling in Nonprofit Communications

Storytelling is a form of communication-based on using stories to communicate information or opinions. Telling a story when discussing personal experiences is second nature to most people. This article will demonstrate how to use stories effectively in your nonprofit’s messaging. Narrative in the communications of nonprofit organizations In the ever-competitive world of nonprofits, communicating effectively…
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12 Companies Leading the Way in Nonprofit

Nonprofits are more vital than ever in generating positive change as the globe continues to face a slew of social, environmental, and economic crises. While many charitable organizations need more resources to meet their objectives, a few exceptional enterprises are making a significant difference. In this post, we will highlight 12 charity organizations leading the…
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February 2023 Funding Opportunities

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Utilize This Nonprofit Calendar for 2023 to Plan Your Content Strategy Regarding Haiti

Time is always of the essence while working for a small or medium-sized nonprofit. And if you’re in charge of content generation for your charity organization’s website, you know how time-consuming that can be. This is why preparation is essential: With a solid content strategy in place, you can get more done in less time…
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14 Savvy Ways To Spend Leftover Nonprofit Budget

If your nonprofit has any leftover budget at the end of the year, don’t let it go to waste! There are plenty of savvy ways to spend that money so that it has a positive impact on your organization. Here are 14 ideas to get you started: 1) Obtain Legit Marketing Data: The most valuable…
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41 U.S. Democrats request that USAID expand food supplies to Haiti. How does this affect Haiti?

In recent news, we’ve learned that a group of 41 U.S. House Democrats have called and urged the Biden administration to increase the number of food supplies and aid sent to Haiti. This recent urging of Biden’s administration comes in the face of the fact that almost fifty percent of Haiti’s population consistently suffers from…
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9 TED Talks That Anyone Working in Nonprofit Should Watch

TED talks are filled with knowledge that challenges and expands one’s perspectives. Applying what you’ve learned from TED talks to your everyday life might also facilitate your discovery that you might not always know what you’re talking about. These presentations teach you to listen first so that you can think about the information you were…
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10 Things We All Hate About Nonprofit

We all love nonprofits, but here are ten lists of things we all hate about nonprofits. The Norm of Self-Interest: The culture of self-interest is one of the greatest things that makes people distrust nonprofit organizations and their employees. The mainstream discourse on economics, evolution, and social policy is permeated by the notion that people…
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The Burden of Data on Civil Society

You’ve probably pondered how corporations manage to target you with a product you’re interested in precisely. They employ data, which is information that has been gathered. Advertisers utilize data to target their adverts better, make sales, and shape our buying habits. It is the new oil. Using it can help us better comprehend the world…
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Haiti might see 19 storms, including four hurricanes, this hurricane season. How can you help?

Cyclones, hurricanes and tropical storms, heavy rain, and flooding are only a few of the natural calamities that have ravaged Haiti throughout its history, as well as political turmoil. From the middle of June through the end of November, Haiti experiences its annual hurricane season. Authorities have warned that 19 tropical storms, including four hurricanes,…
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