4 Reasons to Stop Using Nonprofit Jargon

We all love to hate it; nonprofit jargon! Every industry has its own secret language; the nonprofit sector is no exception. Whether you’re fluent or just learning, we all know about those words and phrases that only other nonprofit professionals can decipher. Although we love to laugh at it, here are 4 reasons why we should all try to eliminate nonprofit jargon from our vocabulary:


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The Importance of Defining Your Nonprofit's Organizational Culture

You may often associate terms like "company culture" with millennial heavy start-up companies. However, organizational culture is an integral part of forming a strong team that reaches far beyond pizza parties and bonding exercises. A nonprofit's culture will effect how your team works internally, as well as how you interact with donors, supporters and volunteers. 

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6 Ways to Incentivize an Event-Goer to Make a Donation On-Site

Many nonprofits make the mistake of not providing opportunities for event attendees to continue contributing on-site. It is often thought that anything beyond an event ticket is too much to ask of a supporter. In realty, the opposite is true! If a person has made the choice to attend an event, they will likely be very willing to make additional contributions to the cause they feel so strongly about.

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