In this episode, Susan Finch and Russ Cassvah discuss the ins and outs of starting and running a small nonprofit. They cover important topics such as conducting research, building a community, and finding strategic partners. They also share their experiences with fundraising events and employee matching programs, as well as the importance of being flexible and having a clear vision for your nonprofit.

Some key points covered in the first half include:

  • Conduct research to identify the need for your nonprofit and the organizations and individuals who can help you achieve your goals.
  • Building a community through social media, in-person events, and other outreach efforts.
  • Finding strategic partners, such as companies that offer employee matching programs or provide materials for fundraising events.

Some key points covered in the second half include:

  • Being prepared for the time commitment required to start and run a nonprofit.
  • Building a network of friends and colleagues in the nonprofit sector.
  • Being flexible and willing to pivot in response to changing circumstances.
  • The importance of having an active and engaged board of directors.
  • Utilizing tools such as ChatGPT, Zapier, and AI transcription services to streamline your work and improve your output.



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