Building lasting cause partnerships requires more than compiling a database of cold prospects. Finding and keeping the right corporate partners for your nonprofit is about exploring beneath the surface and getting to genuinely know them.
With the right organization, team and position Millennials may find that an entry-level role is a great avenue for turning for-profit-experience into a growing nonprofit career. Nonprofits offer a unique opportunity to align work with personal values, interests and passions. Often, minterns are seeking a more meaningful work/life balance and career flexibility.
By: Ashley Byars Today’s younger workers want to be a part of something greater than making products and profits. According […]
According to a 2019 survey conducted by global consulting firm BRG, consumers are ready to return to brick-and-mortar stores for back-to-school shopping. This is welcome news for retailers and their nonprofit partners. As many parents know, back-to-school shopping can be stressful and expensive. It can also be the perfect time to teach your children about giving back.
Here’s a look at some of the back-to-school cause campaigns taking place this summer:
Making sure all employees and customers feel welcome, comfortable and valued is a priority for many companies in 2019. Those who fail to do so quickly become pariahs as damaging videos go viral. Integrating diversity and inclusion into workplace culture is not only the “right” thing to do, it impacts the bottom line in a positive way. Lyft and Starbucks both have nonprofit partners to ensure they create a true culture of diversity and inclusion that helps attract and retain talented employees and loyal customers. Don’t wait for damaging publicity to occur before moving forward with D&I initiatives at your company. Keep reading to learn how Lyft and Starbucks changed their culture.
According to 2018 partnership research conducted by For Momentum, employees now equal consumers (70%) when it comes to audiences that corporations consider when choosing a cause(s) to support (High Expectations – What Corporate Decision-Makers Want From Nonprofit Partners).
Generating revenue through partnership sales is top of mind for nonprofits. For Momentum first conducted partnership decision-making sales cycle research in 2014. We felt it was time to once again survey those who are on the frontlines of cause partnership selling and learn which factors are most important in determining success or failure in 2019.
For Momentum is excited to support the Engage for Good Conference as a Premiere Sponsor this year. Drop by our booth at the entrance of the main ballroom and meet the FM Team. You literally can’t miss us! We will be exhibiting our hot off the press 2019 Sales Cycle Partnership Research at our Thursday breakout session and at our booth. We would love to chat with you and share our insights from many of the top nonprofit sales leaders in the country.
As Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer at National 4-H Council, Artis Stevens is responsible for reinvigorating 4-H as a modern brand and thought leader. Artis’ leadership, creativity and mission-focused approach has enabled 4-H, the country’s largest youth development organization, to experience unprecedented growth in revenue and reach. Since joining National 4-H Council four years ago, the organization tripled revenue through alumni influence; increased Board giving 36X; and quadrupled the value of 4-H’s earned media coverage.
What’s next at the intersection of employee engagement and social impact? As we look ahead, let’s first consider some key takeaways from YourCause 2019 Industry Review. This research is based on data collected between January and December 2018…