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| March 15, 2017
The Nonprofit Resource Center is a management support organization dedicated to strengthening the nonprofit sector in the greater Sacramento region, including 18 surrounding counties.
Article | March 17, 2020
The novel coronavirus outbreak has shuttered businesses, schools, and major events. Given the disruption in daily activities and frequent updates on the rapidly evolving situation, it’s left many people feeling nervous and uncertain. While the coronavirus has hit some parts of the country harder than others, many are doing their due diligence and taking precautions to help avoid the spread.
Article | April 1, 2020
Resilience isn’t just for athletes; it’s an essential skill for an agile productive nonprofit team. Long hours and even longer to-do lists can lead to stress, burnout, and ultimately employee churn. This is true for many industries, and it’s particularly true for people who work at nonprofits. When your day job involves facing some of humanity’s biggest struggles, you need to feel empowered to tackle the daily tasks that help you make an impact on your cause.
Article | February 18, 2020
Is your nonprofit scouting the arena of back-office systems in the pursuit of increased organizational efficiency and mission success? In the world of software and technology, JMT is referred to as a “Value-Added Reseller” (“VAR”) of the products we represent. As in other industries, many software publishers choose to work with a network of partners like JMT to market, sell, and service their products. The idea from the publisher’s point of view is that they are in effect outsourcing these functions to partners who are more in tune and connected with specific markets, either geographic or (in our case) vertical. JMT specializes in working with nonprofit organizations, which is a “vertical market.” Some software companies sell exclusively through partner channels, some sell exclusively through a direct sales force, and others use a hybrid which combines some of both.
Article | June 4, 2020
One increasingly effective way for organizations to grow their audience and generate awareness is to start a nonprofit podcast. The Breastcancer.org nonprofit podcast, for instance, offers unique insights into prevention, treatment, research, and other breast cancer topics from medical experts and invited guests. The podcast has grown in popularity and now has over 48,000 fans on Facebook and 19,000 followers on Twitter. According to a 2017 study by Infinite Dials, 67 million Americans listen to at least one podcast per month. This listening rate has been growing by up to 10 to 20% per year. With the rise of smart home technologies like Google Home and Amazon Alexa, this trend will likely continue to gain traction.
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