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Front Line Hands-on Observations (from the North Carolina Center for NonProfits Conference)

Reaching Out to See What Other NonProfits Are Doing !!

North Carolina Center for NonProfits (#NCCNP) Conference: Observations from the Front

Broad range of informative usable topics: from fundraising to legal to reducing stress through “centering oneself”. Observations from the conference:

  • Leaders and Attendees exhibited Humor, Heart, Joy, Peace, Engagement, Accomplishment, Questions, Help, Willingness
  • Interesting, and Interested, people (many leaders) that are passionate about their missions.
  • Significant table interaction with questions, issues, seeking advice, offering help.
  • Ways to and Help with How to prioritize VERY scarce time and resources.
  • Organizations that do REALLY good activities; many that undertake missions that are difficult and that others don’t want to do. We’re doing what others can’t.
  • Consulting and help offered; however, most attendees need guidance, but don’t ask for it, and sometimes don’t have money or willingness to ask or hire.
  • Raising money is critical, and losing grants hurts; but causes active prioritization of programs.
  • Can we “fundraise” by engaging Fee For Service.

Bart Hungerford — Concord, NC — 15 September 2017 — NC Center for NonProfits Conference

 

 

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Implementing a Sustainable Model for Sustainable Missions, Inc./International (SMI)

Over the years of our heartfelt work, we’ve sometimes overextended ourselves and the Sustainable Missions (www.SustainableMissions.org) SMI mission, projects, and —- our time, capacity, and budget !

So with that in mind, we’ve identified a model that seems to fit our organization, works to connect to our backgrounds in the business world for doing Christ-following work and sustainable initial-investment-capital business projects —- and this project analysis model works for our decision-making.

We’re implementing . . . .  the following:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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