Building Strong Nonprofits: New Strategies for Growth and Sustainability

Overview

It's time-time for your nonprofit to energize its advocates and benefactors, to set and surpass challenging financial goals, and to realize its greatness.

Whether you are a nonprofit leader, executive director, board member, or development director, Building Strong Nonprofits is your must-read, featuring the expertise and contributions of the renowned Skystone Ryan team of fund-raising consultants, including John Olberding, Lisa Barnwell Williams, Charles Ansbach, Eugenia Colón,...

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Overview

It's time-time for your nonprofit to energize its advocates and benefactors, to set and surpass challenging financial goals, and to realize its greatness.

Whether you are a nonprofit leader, executive director, board member, or development director, Building Strong Nonprofits is your must-read, featuring the expertise and contributions of the renowned Skystone Ryan team of fund-raising consultants, including John Olberding, Lisa Barnwell Williams, Charles Ansbach, Eugenia Colón, Paul Ghiz, Martin Novom, James Tyson, Daniel Yoffe, Laura Zylstra, and Donna Leigh King.

Discover revealing strategies for the coming generation of philanthropy. Build the path to your nonprofit community's future. Watch your nonprofit grow. Do it all with the professional guidance found in Building Strong Nonprofits.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470587874
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/19/2010
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 186
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

JOHN C. OLBERDING is President and CEO of Skystone Ryan, one of the nation's leading fundraising consulting firms serving a wide variety of organizations both large and small. He has personally provided leadership and guidance in assessment, planning, fundraising, and management to over 200 health, religious, cultural, environmental, and social service agencies.

LISA BARNWELL WILLIAMS is Vice President of Skystone Ryan. She has twenty-five years of executive-level experience in fundraising and organizational development for nonprofit organizations, with special expertise on issues relating to nonprofit boards, donor relations, and strategic fundraising.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments xi

Introduction xiii

Chapter 1 A New Day for Philanthropy John C. Olberding 1

The Big Picture 3

What Will Be Different 4

What Will Not Change 11

Conclusion 13

Chapter 2 A Person of Influence, A Sculptor of the Universe: How Women Are Changing the Face of Philanthropy Lisa Barnwell Williams 15

Women Are in the Game 16

There's Power in Numbers 20

Let's Get Together and Give! 22

Moving onto the Big Stage 26

Who Are the Women on Your Team? 27

Conclusion 33

Chapter 3 The New Nonprofit: How Human Nature, Business Principles, and Financial Realities Are Transforming the Missions, Management, and Finance of Nonprofit Organizations Charley Ansbach 35

A Period of Significant Change in the Nonprofit Sector 35

Why Are Things Changing? 38

What Is Changing? 42

Conclusion 53

Chapter 4 High-Impact Nonprofit-Corporate Partnerships Eugenia V. Colón 55

Trends in Corporate Giving 56

Areas of Corporate Funding Interest 59

High-Impact Partnerships: Investing for the Upturn 67

Conclusion 71

Chapter 5 Casting Your Net into the Social Media Ocean Paul Ghiz 73

What Is Social Media? 74

Social Media by the Numbers 74

Planning Your Social Media Strategy 76

Social Media Tips to Consider 77

A Closer Look at Social Media Tools 79

Raising Money with Social Media 81

Social Media Impact on Search Marketing 83

Major Donors in Social Media 84

Conclusion 90

Chapter 6 All Sails Unfurled: Education and Professionalism for Philanthropic Professionals Martin L. Novom 93

Challenges Facing the Career Path Professional 93

Lifelong Learning as a Discipline 96

The Pursuit of Professionalism 107

Conclusion 113

Chapter 7 Diversity in Philanthropy: A New Paradigm James B. Tyson 115

A Primer on African-American Philanthropy 116

The Status of Solicitors of Diverse Backgrounds 121

A Solution: Institutional Resolve and Commitment 125

Developing a Pipeline: Looking to the Future 127

Conclusion 128

Appendix A Black Philanthropy References 130

Appendix B Resources 132

Chapter 8 Twenty Years ... and Learning Daniel Yoffe Laura Zylstra Donna Leigh King John C. Olberding 133

Beginning from the Beginning 136

A Look at the "Big Two": India and China 139

Latin America: A Disparate Region 144

Diaspora: New Opportunities and Giving Circles 148

Conclusion 150

Notes 151

About the Editors 155

About the Authors 157

The Skystone Ryan Prize for Research on Fundraising and Philanthropy 163

Index 173

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