You love what you do, and you’re dedicated to your community; it’s what drives you AND builds your business simultaneously. Find out how this win-win can be leveraged for the even greater good. Founder of projects such as “Trick or Treat for Troops” and “Hot Dogs for Homeless Dogs,” Maura has incorporated a Giving Initiative into her marketing plan; she’ll show you how you can involve your clients in charity events and giving as a way to stay in touch and foster a deeper connection and engagement with your sphere.
Here are some resources for you:
Resources for Researching and Evaluating Non-Profits
If you’re thinking of starting your own nonprofit, check out the Council of NonProfits, a trusted resource and proven advocate for America’s charitable nonprofits.
More articles you may find useful:
- How to Start a Nonprofit (CouncilofNonprofits.org)
- The Basic Steps in Starting a Nonprofit Corporation (Forbes.com)
- How to Create a Successful Nonprofit Partnership (Forbes.com)
- How This Social Entrepreneur Started a Business and a Nonprofit Together (Forbes.com)
- How Do I Start a Nonprofit Organization? (grantspace.org)
- 3 Ways to Make an Impact Without Starting a Nonprofit (Forbes.com)
NAR’s Good Neighbor Program
My good friend, Philip Becker of Becker Properties in San Antonio, TX, created the Slangin’ Foundation, which supports several community initiatives in his hometown. Here are some examples of what they’re accomplishing: