For Momentum offers consultative sales training (CST) that is effective because it goes beyond theory. We walk in practitioners’ shoes every day. We’ve built effective prospecting and partnership discovery techniques over 20 years in providing services to nonprofit clients. Our training has been tried and tested across hundreds of workshop participants and their unique skill-building needs.
Did you know that heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States? For American Heart Month this February, we talked with Alex Carson, National Sr. Corporate Relations Lead of the American Heart Association (AHA), to gain insights on how the AHA is raising awareness and funds toward improving heart health for all Americans.
By: Allison Basco Ready for a year of growth in both your cause partnerships and as a social impact practitioner? […]
2024 is shaping up to be a pivotal year for social impact. With an election year on the horizon, mounting pressure on corporate social stances and a focus on local communities, several key cause partnership trends are unfolding.
We’re excited to reveal our For Momentum Top 10 Most Popular Partnership Resources, featuring the content that resonated most with YOU, our readers, in 2024.
From insightful social impact data to inspiring cause marketing campaigns and essential best practices, we hope this collection ignites a brilliant idea or delivers the data point you’ve been searching for.
By: Allison Basco As the year draws to a close, the spirit of giving is at its peak. Nonprofits around […]
November marks Children’s Grief Awareness Month. Nonprofits play a vital role in helping people cope with grief and loss. Grief is a universal yet very personal emotion that we all experience. While it’s a normal and healthy reaction to loss, it can be especially difficult and overwhelming for children to process alone.
Nonprofits can be a lifeline for children and families who are grieving, helping them connect with others who understand what they’re going through and find the support they need to heal.
No matter the structure, we know that dedicated staffing and resources for corporate partnership stewardship plays a pivotal role in an organization’s ability to secure and steward corporate partners. In fact, in our benchmark study of 50 Best in Class cause campaigns, 84% of nonprofit organizations reported having a dedicated team involved in developing the cause campaign.
From over two decades of experience working with corporate partnership teams, we know that to achieve success in corporate partnerships, it is essential to establish a strong foundation, which involves creating a team structure filled with a variety of roles that best equips your organization to sign on and steward long-term corporate partners.
Take a look at this overview of the most common structures and team makeups to help guide you toward the right approach for your organization.
The latest study reveals that while there are many common goals between partners, there are also areas of misalignment. Our goal in this report is to help guide practitioners from both companies and nonprofits to better understand one another’s expectations, communicate openly during the planning phase of the partnership, and as a result build a foundation for more impactful partnerships that benefit both.
Corporations and nonprofits of all kinds are stepping forward to help people affected by the wildfires in Maui recover. From funding response teams to supplying food, there is so much good going around. See how you can contribute.