Start Your Own Nonprofit Organization, 2nd Edition
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Start Your Own Nonprofit Organization, 2nd Edition
Start Your Own Nonprofit Organization, 2nd Edition
Start Your Own Nonprofit Organization, 2nd Edition

Start Your Own Nonprofit Organization, 2nd Edition

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FOLLOW YOUR PASSION

Serving missions rather than profits, the nonprofit sector employs 11 million people, making it the third largest industry in the United States, and often provides our communities’ most fundamental services.

Whether your mis­sion is to save puppies, feed children, or preserve history, Start Your Own Nonprofit Organization equips you with the tools you need to start, run and grow your organization. This guide provides mission-driven entrepreneurs like you with the latest industry research and pairs it with advice from real-world nonprofit leaders to teach you how to:

  • Determine if your business idea is nonprofit or for-profit
  • Manage the day-to-day operations and onboard key staff and volunteers that help you achieve goals
  • Write a business plan, mission statement, and grant proposals that gain funding and help grow the organization
  • Manage your finances to the satisfaction of the IRS
  • Integrate the latest technology, apps, and social media strategy to aid in volunteer tracking, donation facilitation, and audience outreach
  • Plus, gain insight and hard-won lessons from nonprofits like the Susan B. Komen Foundation, Prosperity Indiana, the Melanoma International Foundation, and the New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits

No matter what kind of nonprofit you want to start, this guide will turn your hope for change into help for a deserving community—starting now!

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