Bloom Series: The Critical Role Boards Play in Fundraising

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Ask anyone in the nonprofit world what their biggest challenges are and fundraising is almost always near the top of the list. For an individual serving on a nonprofit board, fundraising is the most crucial part of their service to the organization. The board as a group is tasked with ensuring that the organization is well resourced to advance its mission. Success begins with how well the board understands its responsibilities as a group and individual role in collaborating with executives, staff, and volunteers. 

BoardSource, and its global network of leaders, are on a mission to inspire and support excellence in nonprofit governance and board and staff leadership. 

In Fundamental Topics Of Nonprofit Board Service Fundraising, BoardSource shares a resource list of guides, tools, templates, and infographics, that cover many aspects of fundraising, including board and staff roles and responsibilities, the development process, techniques, and methods, increasing board member engagement, and evaluating performance.

 


About this Bloom Series

Grunin Capacity is driven to support nonprofits and nonprofit leaders with the tools, knowledge, and support to accelerate their impact. In this twice-a-month series, we share resources from our network related to Advocacy, Boards, and Governance, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Employment, Ethics & Accountability, Financial Management, Fundraising, Impact, Measurement, Leadership, Social Enterprise, Social Media, and Strategic Planning. Want to contribute to our garden of knowledge? Please, complete the form below.

 

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