A chief complaint among both nonprofit Executive Directors and Board Chairs is that board members are reluctant to fundraise. We hear it all the time. So what’s the difference between the organizations that struggle with this and the ones who have nailed it?
The ones who get it right invest in their board members from the beginning. They are ready for them when they join and are very specific in their orientations and education.
And they don’t stop there. They create feedback loops and focus on relationships so board members feel comfortable raising money as well as the rest of their responsibilities.
Check out these 5 ways you can invest in onboarding your new members so they are energized and confident raising money right from the start! (originally published by NonProfitPRO)