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The toughest negotiations are often not those with external partners or donors but with colleagues inside the organization. How can negotiation theory help you handle internal challenges?
Though most foundations are not open to unsolicited proposals, the right research can get you passed that barrier. With 3 tips, we tell you how to make the impossible possible!
As part of the impact interview series, we spoke to Joke le Poole, CEO of Max Foundation. This Dutch charity works with their heart and head in order to maximize their desired impact: saving as many children’s lives as possible.
This week I heard and read some of the latest US reports and singled out three facts that explain why so many international nonprofits are entering the US funding market. And why you should consider this approach as well!
Partnerships are the bread and butter of nonprofits. They are an indispensable part of international development cooperation. This blog post gives you insights on how to better negotiate partnerships.
As part of the impact interview series, we discussed with Sjir Hoeijmakers, Researcher at Founders Pledge. This British non-profit organization helps donors give more effectively to charity through research and recommendation.
Perhaps the single largest missed opportunity for non-profit professionals is to default to fundraising as a well-framed begging exercise. In this blog, learn why negotiation is essential to fundraising, communications and partnerships.
This article gives you a glimpse of the 5 main reasons that drive organizations to increase their funding sources, as well as the opportunities diversification offers.
Learn key lessons about fundraising strategy from Sheila Redzepi, VP External and Corporate Relations of the World Bank, and Patrick Luternauer, Global Partnership Lead for Germany, the Netherlands, and Switzerland for the IFC.
Did you know that the United States has a $410 billion giving market? This number is not only stunning, but it is also constantly growing by $10 billion each year. Is it possible for a European NGO to receive money from the US philanthropic market?
Based on the concept developed by Axel van Trotsenburg, and a recent interview with Dirk Reinermann, Director of Trust Funds and Partner Relations at the Bank, this blog explains what the three key factors for the perfect proposal are.
Successful fundraising requires time and investment. Therefore, as consultants, we think that Interim Management is one of the most fulfilling and exciting things to do. It enables us to analyze the situation at hand, explore fresh perspectives, facilitate open...
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