Non Profit Coaching

August 30, 2015


Have you been wanting to start a nonprofit and have no idea where to start?

Do you have an idea for a nonprofit, but don’t know how to develop your vision or mission?

Do you need support and guidance in building your nonprofit from the ground up?

Do you wonder how to get committed board members for your nonprofit and how to have effective board member meetings?

Are you looking for ways to get donors who give consistently throughout the year?

If the answer to any of these questions is “YES”, then I invite you to join me as a participant in my Nonprofit Coaching Program.

JOIN Attorney Karmen A. Booker to discover key factors for developing and managing a non profit.

Attorney Booker will teach you:

  • How to Develop Your Vision / Mission for Your Nonprofit Organization
  • How to Build your Nonprofit’s Board of Directors and the Legal Responsibilities of Board of Directors
  • How to Use Volunteers and Tips to Keep Them Coming
  • Strategic Planning for Nonprofit Organizations
  • Fundraising Tips and Strategies
  • Getting Charitable Donors for your Nonprofit

You Will also Receive a FREE COPY of Attorney Booker’s Book, “Nonprofit Handbook”, which provides strategies and effective tools for your Nonprofit Organization that will yield premium quality services for those you serve.

Take Advantage and Register for Attorney’s



 $599.00 per month (Save $148)

Register NOW, before we run out of space (Only 50 spaces are available): is a GREAT OPPORTUNITY to learn what it takes to establish a non profit organization, maintain an existing nonprofit organization and Take it to the Next Level, so you can help transform the lives of others (men, women, youth, and children)  through your non profit programs and services.

Oh, and let me mention this . . .

You will undoubtedly reap the benefits of Non profit Coaching, which are:

  • Increased task completion in a timely manner and productivity
  • Improved skills and fundraising skills
  • Improved relationships with officers and board of directors
  • Increased ability and confidence in exercising leadership on a daily basis
  • Improved ability to move the organization towards its goals and vision

You’ll receive your APPLICATION for the Nonprofit Coaching as soon as you register here:

Please make it a priority to join me so we can help you establish and maintain your Nonprofit Organization and Take it to the Next Level.

P.S. Yes, by all means please forward this email to as many of your friends and associates as you’d like, so they too can register using the link below, but please remember to register ASAP, so we don’t run out of space.

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$249.00  per month




$599.00 – 3 Month Coaching Package




3-month Nonprofit Coaching Package – (50% payment) – $299.50




e-book Bundle Special

December 27, 2014

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Grants – Video

December 1, 2014

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Make Your Lettter of Inquiry a Winner

October 17, 2014

Many foundations prefer grant-seeking nonprofits to submit a Letter of Inquiry (LOI), before sending a complete proposal.

The LOI allows the foundation to screen potential candidates for funding to ensure that it fits with the foundation’s mission. The LOI helps the nonprofit organization  get an invitation from the foundation to submit a complete proposal.

Tips for writing a good LOI are:

  • Follow published foundation guidelines for an LOI.
  • Type  “Letter of Inquiry”  at the top of your letter. This helps make it plain that you are submitting an LOI, and LOIs receive a very quick initial screening in an effort to weed out irrelevant mail.
  • A typical LOI is three pages, plus a budget, and includes the following:

A Brief Title –  the title should catch the attention of the reader and draw him into continuing.

A one- or two-sentence summary of your project –  that is concise, and compelling.

The summary should:

  • Answer the question, “What are we doing?
  • Receive your utmost attention. Put the most effort into writing the first sentence of the summary. Write and rewrite it.
  • Strike a tone suitable to the foundation’s interests.
  • Don’t use “unique,” “cutting edge,” or “raises awareness.”
  • Include facts and sentences that show action.

An explanation of the issue you are addressing and how you will do it.

A description of your organization.

A budget. This may or may not be required. Refer to the foundation’s instructions.

  • Make the LOI concise, not wordy

Your LOI can make or break your relationship with a foundation because it will get you in the door, which is the most important step of all.


Karmen A. Booker is an Attorney, Business Consultant and Owner of Compu-Perfect Professional Services, a business consulting firm specializing in Business Entity Formation (Corporations, Limited Liability Companies, and Nonprofit Corporations), Completing 501(c)(3) Federal Tax Exemption Applications, Grant Research and Writing services, and more.

Attorney Karmen A. Booker has developed a Report entitled “Fundraising Tips”, which provides information regarding:

  • Developing a Fundraising Plan
  • Writing a Fundraising Letter
  • Specific Fundraising Tips such as selling advertisement space in your newsletter and on your website, and more.

GET YOUR COPY TODAY for Only $5.00

Nonprofit Handbook

September 26, 2014

Attorney Karmen A. Booker has developed a “Nonprofit Handbook that provides strategies and tips for your Nonprofit 501(c)(3) Organization.  This Handbook is a valuable resource for all Nonprofit Organizations who desire to use effective tools that will undoubtedly yield quality services for their target markets.  The Handbook focuses on the following:

  • Protecting Your Nonprofit Corporation’s Tax Exempt Status
  • Duties of Nonprofit Organizations
  • Building Your Nonprofit’s Board
  • Fundraising
  • Getting Charitable Donors for Your Nonprofit
  • Strategic Planning

  Get Your Copy Today – $15.00

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Karmen A. Booker is an Attorney, Business Consultant and Owner of Compu-Perfect Professional Services, a business consulting firm specializing in Business Entity Formation (Corporations, Limited Liability Companies, and Nonprofit Corporations), Completing 501(c)(3) Federal Tax Exemption Applications, Grant Research and Writing services, and more.  CALL Attorney Booker NOW at (301) 408-1082 so she can help you write your vision, make it plain, and transform your vision into realized goals.

Nonprofit Teleseminar

February 4, 2014

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3 Website Tips Non-Profits Can Use to Increase Donor Contributions

November 18, 2013

Many non-profits struggle with marketing their organization effectively so that it leads to increased exposure and ultimately donor contributions. Simply having a website with pretty pictures and basic content is not enough these days. Visitors to your non-profit site expect more and rightly so. Here are three secrets to having a non-profit website that performs:

Secret Tip #1: Know your visitor

Although your website is about you, visitors are looking for what’s in it for them. Place content on your site that adds value or solves a problem for the visitor. People buy or donate to satisfy a personal psychological need (i.e. to feel better about themselves or to feel they are making a difference). The buying or donating solves the problem of satisfying that psychological need. That is why its critical to write copy on your website that speaks their language and addresses those needs. For instance, a headline such as “Please Donate To Help” is not as persuasive to a visitor as “Make A Difference and Change Lives In Your Community by Helping Now.” Remember, tailor your site’s content and writing so it will benefit the visitor and you are much more likely to persuade them to do what you want.

Secret Tip #2: Gather Visitor Contact Information

Collecting email addresses of your website’s visitors is a smart move. Twitter, LinkedIn and other social networks are awesome for communicating, but email is still the most effective means of communicating with an audience or informing them of your latest contributions campaign. Offering a free download of valuable content (i.e. free eBook) is the best way to encourage a visitor to share their email info. If you are not currently collecting emails from visitors start now. Your network that you build now will directly impact your future contributions.

Secret Tip #3: Engage Visitors With Video

Video embedded on your site’s homepage is proven to help your site’s search engine rankings. Another immediate benefit is that video engages your audience powerfully, and can reach them in a way mere words can not. Consider posting a video of yourself discussing key points about your organization or answering reader questions. Creating such interesting video content will help build your brand, engage your audience at a deeper level, and hopefully result in more contributions.

Employing these simple tips can really help your non-profit website shine and be more effective. As you put them in place, you will enjoy more engaged visitors that keep coming back for more.


Start Today, and CALL Karmen A. Booker at (301) 408-1082 for the creation of your website, which will undoubtedly Build Your Network and in turn Build Your Nonprofit’s Donor Base. We are offering SPECIAL PACKAGE DEALS – $875.00

Website Features:

  • 5 Pages (homepage, about the founder page, service detail page, blog, contact page)

  • Paypal button for donations

  • 5 business day turnaround

  • Includes 1 year domain name & hosting