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Free essential software guide for nonprofits: Essential marketing tools

Written By: Kasra Zokaei
July 25, 2018

In part 2 of a 3-part series, find out the best free software tools available for your marketing needs.

Fundraiser vs. Frontline: How to mend the rift

Written By: Susan Fish
July 11, 2018

For an organization to be successful, fundraisers and front-line staff must be able to work together.

Interim leadership: What it is and why it's beneficial

Written By: Third Sector Company
July 11, 2018

If you are preparing for a leadership transition at your organization, you may want to consider hiring an interim leader.

Mixing things up: Why it's important to embrace change

Written By: Erin Spink
June 20, 2018

Are you doing things just because you have always done them that way? It might be time to mix things up a little!

Digital Transformation: How did we get here?

Written By: Lee Rennick
June 13, 2018

Find out how to continue with digital transformation at your organization, in this second in a three-part series.

Greening the sector: How to create a more environmentally sustainable nonprofit office

Written By: Susan Fish
April 18, 2018

We spoke with environmental organizations to find out what sustainability practices have worked in their offices - and how you can bring these same practices to your organization.

Digital Transformation: What it is, why it's important and how to get started

Written By: Lee Rennick
March 28, 2018

Find out how to get started with digital transformation at your organization, in this first in a three-part series.

Social enterprise: “Charitable campus” creates new opportunities and synergies for Calgary nonprofits

Written By: David Venn
February 7, 2018

Calgary's new Kahanoff Centre offers a shared-space model for the city's nonprofit organizations.

Creating a more vibrant work space: Ten tips to revitalize your nonprofit office

Written By: Susan Fish
January 10, 2018

Is your nonprofit office less than inspiring? Here are 10 tips to help you create a more vibrant workplace.

Going virtual: A not-for-profit eliminates physical location, saving money while maintaining efficiency

Written By: David Venn
January 10, 2018

Could moving to a virtual office be right for your organization?

Code Red: Do you have a program sustainability plan?

Written By: Kylie Hutchinson
August 28, 2017

Creating a sustainability plan is an essential part of ensuring your programs will survive and thrive.

Moving toward Decent Work: How changing employment standards are impacting the nonprofit sector

Written By: Susan Fish
August 21, 2017

Employment standards are starting to change in provinces across the country. What will this mean for nonprofit employers?

Difficult Clients: Dealing with responsive behaviours

Written By: Public Services Health and Safety Association
June 7, 2017

Did you know there are 350,000 cases or workplace violence each year in Canada?

Critical financial internal controls that could shelter the homeless and feed the hungry

Written By: Gordon Holley
March 15, 2017

Find out how board members can best prevent fraud and theft at their nonprofit or charity.

The invisible thing that holds you back at work: An interview with Marc Pitman

Written By: Mazarine Treyz
January 27, 2017

Is a lack of trust at your organization holding you back in your career?

Virtual collaboration superheroes and answers to your webinar questions

Written By: Ben Ziegler
January 25, 2017

Ben Ziegler answers questions that came up during our recent webinar on virtual collaboration.

Dealing with difficult boards: Tips for executive directors

Written By: Susan Fish
November 16, 2016

Are you an executive director dealing with a difficult board? Get tips on how to improve the relationship in this article.

Getting started with RFPs: A guide for Canadian nonprofit organizations

Written By: Alyson Queen
November 9, 2016

Thinking about applying for an RFP? Read this first!

Katimavik: A study in nonprofit resiliency

Written By: Andy Levy-Ajzenkopf
May 11, 2016

Once threatened with extinction when government funding dried up, Katimavik has not only survived, but is looking ahead to a light at the end of the tunnel.

Coding for good: The rise of charity hackathons

Written By: Susan Fish
April 13, 2016

Hackers might have a dubious reputation but increasingly, hackers are using their skills for public benefit.

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