Your journey to making an impact starts here! With insightful articles and tips about the NGO and fundraising sector, we have at heart to give you the final push to help you make the world a better place.
Discover our Monday’s infographics series where every week we select and turn key data into straightforward infographics, and our Tea break with interview series where we explore the ultimate drives of fundraising professionals, donors and association’s leaders.
“Fundraising is all about relationship building. Having a solid understanding of why someone may want to provide support, and finding ways that the two of you can connect, not just about your organization, but as individuals, is imperative.”
Many NGOs are headquartered in Europe but have country offices around the world. In this article, we highlight socio-cultural work differences to help you manage cross-country teams in Ivory Coast.
Esther Duflo became the second female economist to win the Nobel Prize for her experimental approach to alleviating global poverty. In this article, we explain her approach.
“What I consider very important is a creative passionate and persistent approach and the ability to articulate the key message of how you are going to make the difference.”
What does building lasting relationships mean from Ghanaian perspective? Indeed, relationships are formed and nurtured differently according to someone’s culture. In this article, our Ghanaian colleague Joseph shares a few tips.
In this informal interview, Juliet MacDowell, Marketing Director at SCOPEinsight, shares her ultimate drives, secrets for successful Mondays and insights about the NGO and fundraising sector!
In an ever more competitive sector, how can you, as a social purpose organization, build a culture of originality that will help you stand out and secure more funding over time?
In this informal interview, learn about Minke van Rees’s ultimate drives, secrets for successful Mondays and insights about the NGO and fundraising sector!
In a traditional workplace where hierarchy and hyperspecialization remain prevalent, voicing novelty can be scary for original thinkers. How can you, as a team leader, create an environment that welcomes and nurtures originality?
In this informal interview, learn about Elles van Ark’s ultimate drives, secrets for successful Mondays and insights about the NGO and fundraising sector!
While summer is ending, let’s kickstart your September with inspiring readings, directly or indirectly connected to the NGO and fundraising sector. From practical insights to Science-Fiction, our team members share which book was or still is on their bedside tables!
In last week’s blog, we discussed how to unchain your creative self and generate novel ideas to better achieve your goals and your organization’s mission. Now the question is, how do you defend original ideas in a system that often doesn’t welcome novelty or doesn’t understand it?
Through a series of four articles, we explore how triggering and nurturing a culture of originality will help you achieve better results, as a social purpose organization, as a team and as an individual.
In this informal interview, learn about Saskia van der Kooy’s ultimate drives, secrets for successful Mondays and insights about the NGO and fundraising sector!
Have you ever wondered whether you had more in common with your peers than just your passion for making a difference in the world? In this informal interview, learn about Elise Kant’s ultimate drives, secrets for successful Mondays and insights about the sector. Grab a cup and read on!
It is summer time! Some colleagues are off for a well-deserved holiday, while you intend to hold the fort for a month or two. Here are some ideas about how to best spend your summer as a fundraiser.
In this article, we explore two “Innovative Financing Models”, cash transfers and social franchising, through Partos recently created Community of Practice.
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.
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