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Welcome to the CauseMic blog, where we share insights to help nonprofit leaders scale your organization.
Posts about nonprofit personnel:
The Great Resignation has left many nonprofits with limited budgets shorthanded.
This spring, record numbers of Americans said they’re looking for a new position. How can you ensure your nonprofit organization’s culture is strong enough to not only retain your top talent, but also attract new employees who are looking for a career with more purpose?
In 2020, it can feel like nonprofit staff are working twice as hard to raise half as much.
Where in-person fundraising events have dropped off, volunteers have stepped up, foundations are giving more, and donors' commitments have remained steadfast. 2020 may mean additional risks to mitigate, but the opportunity to raise funds during a year-end fundraising campaign is still there. The key to success lies in how you go about structuring your year-end campaign, by optimizing the tools you have on hand.