What is a nonprofit's technology?

In a nonprofit, technology is knowledge that can be used for the achievement of its mission.

Newsletter No.1

Hello my friend, Here are a couple of things I thought were worth sharing with you this week: The Nonprofit Manifesto. I revisited the Nonprofit Manifesto, polished it a bit, and sent it out to the world of LinkedIn asking what people think. Help me out and tell me what...

The wrong way to think of nonprofit marketing

I’m preparing for a new class I’m going to teach on Introduction to Nonprofits. I was getting acquainted with the text book and found these ideas about nonprofit marketing: Marketing shares much in common with fundraising. One aspect that differentiates the two is that fundraising implies a relationship whereby a...

Cases in Nonprofit Management

In their book “Cases in Nonprofit Management”, Pat Libby and Laura Deitrick offer 50 cases on nonprofit management. There are about 14 different topics on which the cases touch upon, and each case is about a different type of nonprofit organization (e.g. homeless shelter, hospital, group home, university, etc.). The...

The beginning of a Nonprofit Manifesto

Nonprofit missions are too important. Nonprofits go to work every day to make the world a better place. To feed the hungry, to save children, to elevate our spirits, to connect us, to teach us compassion, to save the planet. The world desperately needs their work. Nonprofit work elevates the...