WHEN THE GOING GETS TOUGH

The words

2020 was a year like no other. It required resilience, patience, strength and determination – it required toughness. No one displayed grit more than our nonprofit community. But our nonprofit sector has always been tough. They bravely step into impossible challenges, tackle the most difficult problems facing our community and aren’t afraid to get their hands dirty.

For many in our community, every day is a crisis. And our nonprofits show up for them, day after day after day. This is what it means to be nonprofit tough. Does your nonprofit have what it takes?

INTRODUCING: NONPROFIT TOUGH

TALKING TOUGH

Join us for these informal conversations (Zoom style!) with some pretty fantastic folks who demonstrate what it means to be a tough nonprofit and part of a tough nonprofit community.

Gail Perry and Kathryn Gamble are some of the most respected and in-demand fundraising professionals around. We had the honor of Talking Tough with them about our next trait and why nonprofits should focus on being relational rather than transactional when it comes to engaging with their donors.

In our first “Talking Tough” interview, Bear McBride, Communications Coordinator from Healing Transitions, dives into the first of five tough traits: compelling. Listen in as he shares why having a compelling story makes for a tough nonprofit. More interview videos coming soon as we dive into all five tough traits!

In this interview we talk with Arlene Brown of the The Young Nonprofit Professionals Network of the Triangle NC about the importance of being collaborative in community. Arlene is an ambitious professional with a knack for empowering others to create strong results. Collaboration is written all over this conversation!

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