NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT

Step Two — Naming Your Nonprofit

June 3, 2021

Finding the right name is an important second step in the nonprofit process. Fostering the right brand and recognition can make or break your organization, so make sure to follow these best practices.

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International Corrections and Prisons Association

The ICPA was formed to operate as an Association for corrections and prison professionals, dedicated to improving global understanding and professionalism in the sector. As an Association, we believe that improving the professionalism and competence of correctional officers is likely to have a greater positive impact on prison conditions and the humane treatment of prisoners than most other actions. The Association is therefore not a lobbying or prisoner rights organisation but exists to provide an inclusive, safe and secure forum for the respectful exchange of ideas, technology, and best practices in the profession of corrections. ICPA promotes co-operation and collaborative initiatives between jurisdictions in areas of common interest, staff exchanges and study visits between interested jurisdictions. We encourage, where relevant, the involvement of victims, offenders' families, volunteer organisations and others in the community in finding helpful and workable solutions to correctio

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Possible Roles of a Nonprofit Founder | Starting a Nonprofit

video | October 3, 2021

If you are starting a nonprofit organization, what are your possible roles as founder after it is up and running? Nonprofit organizations are structured differently from a business, and it can be confusing to navigate the various ways nonprofit startup founders might stay involved in their organizations. In this video I talk through 3 different paths nonprofit founders might take after the nonprofit they started is up and running! ANNOUNCEMENT!!! My NEW training, Find and Grow Your Funding, is now ready to help you create a sustainable fundraising plan for your nonprofit! Check it out at http://foundertofulltime.com/...

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Nonprofit Fundraising: the Pay What You Can Model (feat. A Place At The Table)

video | August 22, 2021

Exploring Nonprofit fundraising options and curious about the Pay What You Can model? Let's chat with someone whose done it! I am a nonprofit founder who now works full time for the nonprofit I started many years ago. I've explored a variety of nonprofit fundraising models and fundraiser ideas to make my own organization work, and I've also made a lot of friends in the nonprofit world using other fundraising models, too! In this video, I chat with Maggie Kane, Founder and Executive Director of A Place at the Table - a "pay what you can" nonprofit restaurant - to learn a bit more about how this fundraising model works. If you are starting a ...

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Heckrodt Wetland Reserve: Creative ways to promote a nonprofit

video | August 13, 2021

The Heckrodt Wetland Reserve was looking for ways to get their message out to the community. Branding their logo was an important piece of this initiative. See how staff wearing logoed polo shirts throughout town inspired questions about what they do, where they’re located, and how others can support the wetland....

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Why Do Nonprofits Use Feathr?

video | May 24, 2021

Promoting your nonprofit is hard. Feathr makes it easier. In this video, you’ll hear from Jared Arango, Regional Lead for Paid Media at International Justice Mission, Nicole Rodriguez, Marketing & Communications Manager at American Epilepsy Society, and Margot DeConna, MBA, CFRE, Director of Advancement at the Humane Society of North Central Florida. These nonprofit professionals share their reasons for investing in digital advertising and why they chose Feathr to increase awareness, boost online donations, promote events, recruit volunteers, and ultimately do more good....

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Spotlight

International Corrections and Prisons Association

The ICPA was formed to operate as an Association for corrections and prison professionals, dedicated to improving global understanding and professionalism in the sector. As an Association, we believe that improving the professionalism and competence of correctional officers is likely to have a greater positive impact on prison conditions and the humane treatment of prisoners than most other actions. The Association is therefore not a lobbying or prisoner rights organisation but exists to provide an inclusive, safe and secure forum for the respectful exchange of ideas, technology, and best practices in the profession of corrections. ICPA promotes co-operation and collaborative initiatives between jurisdictions in areas of common interest, staff exchanges and study visits between interested jurisdictions. We encourage, where relevant, the involvement of victims, offenders' families, volunteer organisations and others in the community in finding helpful and workable solutions to correctio

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