Capital Campaigns 101 and Fundraising for Special Projects

Whether you are raising money for a larger capital campaign or a smaller “bite-sized” campaign, it usually takes more preparation than you think. You need to clarify your organization’s strategic needs, recruit board members and key volunteers, engage your donors with your vision of the future, ensure the infrastructure to manage the work, and more. It’s not just a ‘bigger’ appeal, it means supporting a huge effort over an extended period of time. Capital campaigns are a lot of hard work, but they can pay off handsomely.

Gearing Up for the 2020 Census: Get Your Nonprofit Involved

Every ten years, the United States Constitution requires that all residents, including non-citizens and undocumented immigrants, be counted through a nationwide census. Collecting accurate census data is an essential part in determining a fair allocation of federal funds and sees that it gets to the people and projects it’s intended to support. Much of this funding helps the most vulnerable populations.

New Year, New Partnership: TSNE MissionWorks Welcomes the Worcester Regional Food Hub!

Since its formation in 2015, the Food Hub has been changing food systems in the Worcester, Massachusetts area. Its programs assist local farmers in delivering fresh foods to institutions/business and provide space for culinary entrepreneurs to thrive in its kitchen incubator.


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