Not-for-profits clients (in the United States, a 501(c)(3) business) have some of the following problems:
- How Can I Find More Donors?
- How Can I Find More Clients/Members?
- How Can I Find Enthusiastic Volunteers?
- How Can I Make My Non-Profit Self-Sustaining?
- How Can I Create An Active Board?
Like for-profit businesses, if your non-profit doesn’t already have a marketing strategy, I strongly suggest you create one. Non-profits tend to grow organically, but successful non-profits don’t just “happen” – they’re planned for success.
Many non-profits operate in a “begging” mentality, constantly spending a lot of effort getting enough money to fund themselves. I help non-profits operate like for-profit businesses (while still making a difference in the world), offering real products and services that can make them self-sustaining.
I can consult with the non-profit board or staff to help them reorganize their marketing efforts. I’ll help them to understand exactly what it takes to reorient their way of operating.
I am also available for public speaking and private seminars.
Contact me for a free 15-minute phone consultation. Let’s discuss your non-profit’s goals and see how we can best work together.
I’ve also answered many non-profit business questions on my blog. Read the blog (and subscribe to my newsletter) for many good ideas.