Advancing Nonprofit Capacity

Nonprofit Tech Talk: Online Surveys ...

Thanks to Zachary Stombaugh, MS, JWS Consultant, for this Nonprofit Tech Talk blog. Good outcomes management is a pretty big deal. In this round of Nonprofit Tech Talk, we’ll be discussing some tools your organization can use as part of its larger outcomes strategy. Before we get started, I highly recommend fellow JWS Consultant Scott […]

Brett Stombaugh Social Justice Schola...

JustWrite Solutions is proud to announce the 2017 recipient of the Brett Stombaugh Social Justice Scholarship: Sarah Goble. Sarah a 2017 graduate of Carey High School, was awarded the $1,500 scholarship based on her academic record, community service, and plans to further her education in social service. Sarah, who will study social work at Ashland […]

The Importance of Program Data Collec...

Thanks to JWS Associate Jennifer Rathburn for today’s blog. So your organization had an amazing program idea that just NEEDED to come to fruition. You wrote a stellar proposal, got the funding (of course), and off you went to program implementation. Yet, after year one of the program you now need to seek further funding […]

Rural Communities and Small Towns Can...

Thanks to JWS Associate Lisa Ovenden for today’s blog. JustWrite Solutions has had the privilege of partnering with many small, rural non-profit and community organizations over the past several years. Through those experiences, we have come to the realization that yes, “small towns are different”, especially when it comes to fundraising! Several of us on […]

Client Spotlight: The Frank Lloyd Wri...

Thanks to Anna Kakos, JWS Associate, for today’s spotlight on the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust. Today we are pleased to feature the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust, one of JustWrite Solutions’ clients located in Chicago, IL.  As one of the founding leaders of Prairie School style architecture, Frank Lloyd Wright was inspired by the sprawling and […]

25 quotes by famous people if they ha...

Today’s post is courtesy of the site, Nonprofit and Fearless. Enjoy! Here’s a twist on some famous sayings, if the persons who said them had worked for a nonprofit. “When they go low, we go why the heck do we keep having silent auctions?” Michelle Obama. “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. […]

Win More Grants: Get Your Politics in...

Today’s blog is by JWS Associate Danny Blitch, MPA, GPC. Development professionals, including grant writers, and fundraisers know there’s more to winning grants than excellent prose.  We sometimes refer to it as “grant luck” however, it can also be summed up as “The Politics” of our agency or client organizations. Often due to no fault […]

Time for a Change

Today’s blog is courtesy of Susan Bottum Matejka, Vice President, HUB Philanthropic Solutions. A few of my clients are in the process of reevaluating their major fundraising events, an exercise I think can be very beneficial, especially if it is approached in the right way and with the right spirit.  If your fundraising events are […]

Is Your Organization Ready for the Fu...

Today’s post is by JWS Associate Scott Herr, PhD. The official start of my 2017 running season was marked last month by my sixth run in the Glass City Marathon. There is a saying in the running community that “you can learn everything you need to know about yourself in 26.2 miles.” I can assure […]

Quid Pro Quo

Today’s blog is by Michelle Jimenez, Senior Consultant HUB Philanthropic Solutions. Does your nonprofit provide gifts to your donors? You know, things like coffee mugs to commemorate pledges, t-shirts for runs, keepsake glassware from a gala. Quid pro quo is simply an exchange of goods or services, where obtaining the gift is contingent upon a financial […]

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