Six Things We Can Learn from the Black Church About Fundraising

Six Things We Can Learn from the Black Church About Fundraising

I grew up in a historically black church.  Built in 1864, it first served as the only black school in the community and then transitioned into a Methodist church where the majority of the community went (if they were not Catholic)  Today, my church is like most typical churches. We average about 120 members a Sunday, and we have remnants of very large families who have been there for decades. I still attend today and am actively involved.

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Your Step-by-Step Guide for Setting Goals with REAL Results

Your Step-by-Step Guide for Setting Goals with REAL Results

When you’re starting a nonprofit, all of the moving pieces can be overwhelming and cause you to stop in utter frustration.  Setting honest and realistic goals provides focus so you don’t have anxiety about what’s missing or drift too far away from your original plan.  That’s why I’ve developed a system for setting goals that’s failure proof.

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