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Shifting the Collaboration Paradigm Between Funders and Nonprofits (guest blog for The Miles Foundation)

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Below is a copy of my interview with the Miles Foundation, “Shifting the Collaboration Paradigm Between Funders and Nonprofits.” My sincere thanks to Sara Redington, the Director of Communications for the foundation, for her assistance with this post. This interview was conducted in February 2015 shortly after I presented at the Dallas Contributors’ Network. You can also download a PDF of …

How to Market a Nonprofit Social Enterprise (#socent)

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I was very encouraged to see this piece on CitySquare (formerly Central Dallas Ministries) by NBC 5 DFW. The piece is a prime example of two of the best ways to market a nonprofit social enterprise: It promotes the social benefit of the store rather than just the products or services (i.e. it focuses on its unique point of differentiation from …

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Lessons on Fundraising from To Kill a Mockingbird

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A review of the recent performance of the play by Dallas Theater Center, with an analysis of what this play can tell us about fundraising and nonprofit management.

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Christian Fight Club, or, Putting Your Organization Out of Business

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Thanks to Baxter Underwood for connecting me to the Society Room Movement.  Society Rooms are a new, yet historical way to explore issues of faith and culture in the context of an action-oriented, group learning environment. The Society Rooms of the late 1600’s and the Clapham Circle of the early 1800’s are riveting examples of small gatherings of leaders that would …