I think non-profits are formed from one of two thoughts. You might say “we need to be doing ‘insert something specific’ for ‘insert specific group.’” An example might be, we need to provide school supplies to low-income students. Or you might see a problem and just generally think “someone should be doing something about that.”
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As a millennial, I’ve heard and seen the term “side hustle” more times than I care to count. Side hustles are all the rage for young people (or really anyone) trying to make a little extra cash. Personally, I’m on the fence about this term. While I’m the kind of person who always has something
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After you’ve created your mission statement, you need to shift your focus to the implementation of your mission. To do that, you will make a strategic plan. Writing a strategic plan for your non-profit is a huge (read: yuuuuuge) part of the start-up process. I choose to focus on it early on to help you
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This next post was supposed to be part of my series detailing the steps needed to start your own non-profit – particularly looking at the strategic planning side of things. (I’ll be back to that in my next post). But recently, I’ve been caught up in something many entrepreneurs experience, especially women – impostor syndrome.
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