The LinkedIn for Nonprofits Weekly Digest
From radical leadership structures to the power of community collaboration and greater transparency, this week’s LinkedIn for Nonprofits’ Weekly Digest is full of inspiring ideas to get you thinking.
Of course, the little details are just as important as the big picture. You’ll also find insights into emerging peer-to-peer fundraising trends and tips to help you prepare for Giving Tuesday, so you can tighten up your strategies.
Here are five must-read articles for nonprofits this week:
1. What does it look like to radically reinvent leadership? (Nonprofit AF)
Following RVC’s decision to shake up its leadership structure by appointing four co-executive directors, Vu Le, the organization’s founding ED, discusses why questioning traditional hierarchical structures and exploring new ones may transform the nonprofit sector for the better.
2. Giving Tuesday 2021 Playbook: How To Execute a Campaign and Retain Your New Donors (NonProfit PRO)
With the holiday season rapidly approaching, now is the perfect time to start preparing for one of the biggest fundraising moments of the year: Giving Tuesday. NonProfit PRO outlines some tips to help organizations make the most of this opportunity to raise vital funds.
3. How To Collaborate with Your Community: Brainstorming For Greater Impact and Lower Expenses (Bloomerang)
Nonprofits do a lot of good on their own—but by collaborating with other organizations and groups, they can reach more people and make an even bigger impact. Madison Gonzalez, Advancement Director at Morning Light, Inc., shares a few ways nonprofits can establish or get more from collaborative partnerships.
4. Toward transparent metrics (Candid)
More than 12,000 nonprofits are committed to Candid’s highest level of transparency, disclosing both financial information and qualitative data about their programs and results. If you’re unsure how to increase transparency at your organization, these details about what these nonprofits share may help.
5. 5 Trends To Watch In Peer-To-Peer Fundraising In 2022 (Forbes)
The pandemic has changed how individuals interact with causes they care about. To understand how peer-to-peer fundraising campaigns are evolving as a result of these changes, David Hessekiel, Founder and President of the Peer-to-Peer Professional Forum, highlights five key themes that emerged from the Forum’s recent survey of program leaders.
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