Stage 5: Budding Nonprofit

“Our nonprofit is up and running and funding is coming in. We’ve raised our first $5,000!” This stage helps you continue raising funds and focuses on time management for all the moving pieces.

Milestones and Action Items


Related Lessons

Major Donors and the New Nonprofit

Nonprofit organizations rely on major donors to help them achieve their goals. These donors are often individuals or organizations who are willing to give a large amount of money to a particular cause. While there are a variety of reasons why someone might donate to a nonprofit, the main reasons are to help others and to make a difference.

General Operating and Program Budgets

A budget is a tool used in financial planning that allows the organization to predict its income and expenses. It is one of the cornerstones of financial stability and a key component to sound financial management. In this lesson, we talk about the two budgets needed- General Operating and Program. The lesson includes a Video explanation of budgets, Implementation Guide, General Operating Budget template, and Program template.

Weekly Fundraising Routines to Add in The New Year

Fundraising routines are things we do every day, week, month, quarter, or year that helps us with our fundraising goals. Most fundraising activities are cumulative, meaning they build on each other. Doing little things will slowly build to larger things. This lesson gives a checklist of 9 things you can start doing today to help boost your fundraising efforts. The lesson includes a Video explanation and  Implementation Guide.