Hi @all Community members!
I found this interesting article from the Stanford Social Innovation Review about Ten Nonprofit Fundraising Models: https://ssir.org/articles/entry/ten_nonprofit_funding_models
What do you think about some of the model ideas?
I like the article because it prompts you to think about what you are already doing and how that aligns with what funders are looking to invest in. It also inspires you to work on your organization model and framework because doing what you do better than others out there is a quick way to get recognized.
Have you taken the Fundraising: Connecting with Donors and/or the Fundraising Strategies course on the Philanthropy University platform? These courses can help you to get ready to connect with funders and measure your strategy to ensure you are getting the most funding you can.
Share your successes and learning so we can grow as a Community together.
Thank you for this! For me, #10, Local Nationalizer, resonates most ... I see my new nonprofit as answering a need for adolescents that schools and governments are not providing adequately. I am starting locally, but my vision is to go national.
Thanks Kamilla. Much appreciated, interesting article.Very helpful.