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 Nonprofit Self-Sustaining?
- How Can I Create An Active Board?
Like for-profit businesses, if your nonprofit doesn’t already have a marketing strategy, I strongly suggest you create one. Nonprofits tend to grow organically, but successful nonprofits don’t just “happen” – they’re planned for success.
Many nonprofits operate in a “begging” mentality, constantly spending a lot of effort getting enough money to fund themselves. I help nonprofits 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 nonprofit 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, meeting facilitation, and private seminars.
Contact me for a free 15-minute phone consultation. Let’s discuss your nonprofit’s goals and see how we can best work together.
I’ve also answered many nonprofit business questions on my blog. Read the blog (and subscribe to my newsletter) for many good ideas.