Sunday, October 27, 2013

Plan for Your Nonprofit's Coming Fiscal Year for Both the Organization's Welfare and Growth, and For Each Program's and Project's Success

The calendar year is coming to an end soon and so, too, will many nonprofits' fiscal years.  As we are in the beginning of the fourth quarter of this (calendar and perhaps your fiscal) year, this is a good time for your organization's leadership to convene to plan for the coming new year.  In order to be effective, efficient, and economical a nonprofit's leadership wants to plan for each and all nonprofit operation in the coming year well in advance.

In order to plan fully, consider the following...

For the Organization's Overall Operations:

Programs
Your New Program or Product Design Must Be Clear Before Applying for Grants

Organizational and Operations Budgets
How Does A Nonprofit Implement A Sound Growth Strategy for Itself?

How and Where Resources Exist To Keep One Step Ahead for Prudent, Conservative and Effective Budgeting and Planning In the Rebounding Economy

Organization's Total Fundraising
What's the Trick Nonprofits Successfully Raising Funds, Even In This Economy Use to Create Their Success?  Planning.  All About the Development Plan That Works...

What the Nonprofit Annual Report Is, Why It Is Necessary, But More Importantly - How It Can Be Powerful In Increasing A Nonprofit's Fundraising, Volunteers, Public Relations, and Marketing Results

Volunteers
What the Nonprofit Annual Report Is, Why It Is Necessary, But More Importantly - How It Can Be Powerful In Increasing A Nonprofit's Fundraising, Volunteers, Public Relations, and Marketing Results

What A Nonprofit Can Do To Recruit Board Members That Are the Best Possible Leaders For Its Specific Organization and How Board Recruitment Generally Works
 
Organizational Oversight
Here's A Handy Checklist for Nonprofit Operations and Fundraising Success

About the Nonprofit's Governing Documents, Especially the Bylaws and How They Can Be A Powerful Tool for the Organization's Success 

What the Nonprofit Annual Report Is, Why It Is Necessary, But More Importantly - How It Can Be Powerful In Increasing A Nonprofit's Fundraising, Volunteers, Public Relations, and Marketing Results

To Get More Detailed... Planning For Each Program, Project, or Product:

Project/Product/Program Planning
Mission-Based Thinking - Why It Matters, Especially Today - Why It Works, And Examples Of It Enabling Organizations That Use It

Mission Based Thinking Part Two of Two - Examples Of It Enabling Organizations That Use It

Project/Product/Program Design and Review
Your New Program or Product Design Must Be Clear Before Applying for Grants

Program Staffing
How Any Nonprofit Can Raise More Support, Acquire the Best Talent, Strive, and Grow...


Programs' Budgets
The Word "Gets" Is In "Budgets"

Programs' Marketing
Why Is Marketing Important In Grant Writing?

How to Use Marketing, Affordably, To Increase A Nonprofit's Numbers of New Grant Donors

What the Nonprofit Annual Report Is, Why It Is Necessary, But More Importantly - How It Can Be Powerful In Increasing A Nonprofit's Fundraising, Volunteers, Public Relations, and Marketing Results

Programs' Public Relations/Public Outreach/Social Media
Why It Matters What the Public Thinks of A Nonprofit & How To Check

How Your Nonprofit's Website Can Increase the Grants Your Organization Raises

What the Nonprofit Annual Report Is, Why It Is Necessary, But More Importantly - How It Can Be Powerful In Increasing A Nonprofit's Fundraising, Volunteers, Public Relations, and Marketing Results


Programs' Participants' Feedback/Tabulation and Review of Feedback Findings
Is Your Nonprofit Providing Enough Or Too Many Programs?  Too, How Does A Start Up Nonprofit Know How Many Programs To Open With? 

For Each Program: End of Program Follow Up/Gather and Review Lessons Learned/Study Improvements/Implement Viable Improvements
Evaluation Methods - How Can A Nonprofit Use Them To Raise More Money More Often

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