For Nonprofit Startups, Fundraising Is Key


Getting a new nonprofit organization off the ground is no easy task—and fundraising is arguably the hardest part of the process. Justin Kang, vice president of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce and the founder and executive director of City Awake, a Boston-based nonprofit, offers a few fundraising best practices. Rule number one: if you can’t convince your family or friends to donate to your organization, you may have a real problem.
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When Chasing Grant Money, Choose Your Targets Carefully


In the world of nonprofit fundraising, foundations are major players and grant money is always highly sought-after. But not every foundation is a good fit for your nonprofit. Jim Klocke, CEO of the Massachusetts Nonprofit Network, offers sage advice about which foundations are worth pursuing—and which ones don’t align with your mission.
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