Starting a Nonprofit: Tips and Resources for Success

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By Courtney Rosenfeld

If you want to have a positive impact on the world, you might be tempted to start a nonprofit. This could be a very rewarding move! While launching a nonprofit is relatively simple, running and growing a nonprofit is hard. Generating public interest, staying under budget, maintaining cash flow, and complying with nonprofit law are just a few of the logistical challenges that nonprofits have to face every day. The key is to set yourself up for success from the beginning. To help you establish a strong foundation on which to build your nonprofit, check out these resources from Principia.

Administrative Obstacles

Running a successful nonprofit is all about finding effective solutions to everyday administrative challenges.

Financial Considerations

Good financial stability is essential to the long-term success of your nonprofit. Here are some important financial considerations to keep in mind as you get started.

Competing with other Organizations

In the non-profit sector, competition isn’t the only option. Consider joining forces with other organizations to better address a mutual cause.

Marketing Your Nonprofit

Getting the word out about your nonprofit is vital. Thankfully, you have a number of different options when it comes to marketing.

Becoming a nonprofit leader is an amazing experience. While running a nonprofit is a lot of hard work, it’s incredibly fulfilling. Increase your chances of success by teaming up with experienced board members and other nonprofit organizations as you learn your way around this exciting industry.

About our guest blogger: Courtney stays busy with her PR gig and being a new mom, and she hopes to be an example for others looking to juggle entrepreneurship and family life. Her goal is to make Gig Spark a source of information for giggers in all walks of life.

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