Archives for January 2017

8 Best Volunteer Abroad Programs – Help Make the World Better

Volunteer abroad programs are a great way to see the world while making it a better place. The experiences you have while volunteering in foreign countries become fond memories. They can help you develop a deeper understanding of different cultures and realize that we're not so different after all. There are many types of volunteer projects you can take on, including construction, conservation, education, and medical care. In order to appeal to all types … [Read more...]

Top 10 Veteran Charities in the US: Giving More for our Heroes

One of the ways you can give back to the brave men and women who served the country is to donate money to a reputable charity that helps veterans. America's veterans face a wide range of problems, including disabilities, traumatic brain injuries, psychological illness, poverty, and loneliness. There are multifarious veteran charities that cater to each of these issues or a combination. Below you will find a list of the top 10 veteran charities in the U.S. … [Read more...]

Donation Sites to Look After for your Non-Profit

If you are looking for new donation sites, you are in luck. There are currently hundreds of different types of nonprofit software on the market. Thus, you aren’t stuck with just a few to choose from. That has also given rise to a lot of competition between software companies bringing down costs and increasing program features. So, depending on your needs, there are programs that will help you with all your donor management needs. Some even provide software … [Read more...]

Grant Writing 101 – Every Possible Aspect on Writing Grants

The following will outline what is involved in grant writing from planning, executing, and follow-up. In order to write a grant proposal, one should understand what a grant is. A grant is a financial award from a grantor (funder) to a grantee (grant seeker). The grantee implements the proposed program or services outlined in the grant proposal. The program or service fulfills a public need. Grant seekers are usually 501(c)(3)non-profit organizations, … [Read more...]