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August 29, 2014
e-book Resources That Will Help Your Nonprofit Run Efficiently are:

 

 The Nonprofit Board is an e-book developed by Attorney Karmen A. Booker.  It discusses the following:
*  Are You Considering Being on the Nonprofit Board

*  Recruiting Nonprofit of Members*  Getting Nonprofit Board Members

*  Legal Responsibilities of Nonprofit Boards

*  Getting Commitment from Nonprofit Board Members

*  Effective Nonprofit Board Leadership

*  Tips for Having an Efficient Nonprofit Board Meeting

*  Job Descriptions

It also has a Sample Nonprofit Board Survey Letter and a Sample Nonprofit Board Survey.“The Nonprofit Board” is a valuable resource for all Nonprofit Organizations who desire to discover information and tools that will help them recruit committed Board members and maintain organization efficiency through the Board.  GET YOUR COPY NOW – on SALE for $9.99

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The Nonprofit Board

 
Attorney Karmen A. Booker has developed the “Nonprofit Sample Templates” e-book that provides templates for the following:
  • Sample Mission Statements
  • Sample Business Plans
  • Sample Donor Solicitation Letter
  • Sample Thank You Donor Letter
  • Sample Press Release
  • Sample Letter of Inquiry
  • Sample Corporate Donation Letter
  • Sample Board Member Application
  • Sample Board Member Agreement
  • Sample Volunteer Application
  • Sample Volunteer Agreement
  • AND MORE
The “Nonprofit Sample Templates” is a valuable resource for all Nonprofit Organizations who desire to use effective tools that will undoubtedly help them acquire funding and provide quality services for their target markets.

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Nonprofit Sample Templates Binded

 

Attorney Karmen A. Booker has developed an E-book called “Fundraising for Nonprofits”.  It  provides Fundraising Tips that include but are not limited to:

  • Developing a Fundraising Plan
  • Writing a Fundraising Letter
  • Over 15 Specific Fundraising Projects such as selling advertisement space in your newsletter and on your website, and more.

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Fundraising for Nonprofits Binded

 

“How to Hold Successful Fundraising Events”  is an e-book developed by Attorney Karmen A. Booker.  It discusses:

Choosing What Type of Event to Host

Setting Up an Event Host Committee

Setting the Ticket Price

Planning the Event

Event Speakers

Ticket Selling Structure

Finding Attendees

Turning Pledges Into Dollars

Fundraising Event Checklist

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Attorney Karmen A. Booker has developed the Corporate Sponsorship Guide where  YOU will Learn:

*  How to Draft a Solicitation Letter

*  What Corporate Sponsors are Looking for in Charitable Events*  The Best Way to Approach Prospective Sponsors*  Where to Start

NOTEIncludes an 8 Step Guide and templates and samples of Corporate Sponsorship Solicitation Letters.

 

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Nonprofit e-Book Bundle Holiday Special

November 28, 2013

Nonprofit e-book Bundle Special

Holiday Special – $40.00

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How to Get Youth Volunteers

January 17, 2013
  • Peer Influence. Having friends who volunteer regularly is the primary reason young people get involved.  According to a survey, the influence of friends increases with age — college students were most influenced by friends volunteering, while high school students were more influenced by parents.
  • The road to volunteering is often a nontraditional one. Many of those surveyed found their volunteer opportunities through their religious groups, clubs, friends, or just independently. Religious youth groups are especially influential when it comes to young volunteers. Extracurricular activities such as sports and music also result in high levels of volunteering.
  • Teens love to socialize, and want their volunteering to be more like a party with friends. The survey found that young people who go to movies and the mall frequently also volunteer more.
  • Young volunteers like to be with people their own age, but not the same gender. However, they do exhibit a gender gap, with boys preferring physical activities such as cleaning up the environment and helping younger children with sports; and girls more likely to help with the homeless, arts groups, or other groups of needy people.
  • Short activities that allow a range of engagement.  Accessibility is key. For instance, the study suggests that needing a car to get to a volunteer opportunity could be a major drawback. Also, lack of time is the biggest impediment to volunteering for young people.
  • Young people are very successful at fundraising. Peer-to-peer fundraising is the most common form of activity for young volunteers, with 38% participating. Such activities take advantage of their strengths — social networking and facility with technology.
  • Young people who text often via mobile phones volunteered more than non-texters or those without mobile phones. Technology seems to encourage socialization, which then leads to more volunteering.
  • Young people who volunteer are happier. They scored 24% higher on a life satisfaction scale.

Make it easy for young people to raise money through their peer networks; make volunteering fun and social; recruit young volunteers through their existing relationships; and offer short volunteer opportunities that run the gamut from lightly involved to more serious engagement.

Young people seem to self-organize and follow their peers. You’ll need to have a separate, nontraditional program to find young volunteers and get them involved. Go where these young people are – their extracurricular activities, sports activities, special interest groups.

Honor their interest in helping people or animals directly, and lighten up on the rules. They may show up late, leave early, and seem self-conscious. While older volunteers often relish the limelight, many young people prefer to be anonymous or even help from a distance rather than up close.

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Karmen A. Booker is an Attorney and Nonprofit consultant.  She has a business/nonprofit consulting firm – Compu-Perfect Professional Services, which has been providing the following services for 17 years:

  • Business formation (Corporations, Limited Liability Companies (LLC’s) and Nonprofit Organizations)
  • Contract Drafting and Reviewing
  • Trademark Search and Registration
  • Completion of the 501(c)(3) application for nonprofit organizations
  • Grant Research and Writing

(Please view my website at http://www.compuperfect.net and Blogsite at www.howtostartanonprofitorganization.wordpress.com

Attorney Karmen A. Booker has developed the  Nonprofit Sample Template” e-book that provides templates for the following:

  • Sample Mission Statements
  • Sample Business Plans
  • Sample Donor Solicitation Letter
  • Sample Thank You Donor Letter
  • Sample Press Release
  • Sample Letter of Inquiry
  • Sample Corporate Donation Letter
  • Sample Board Member Application
  • Sample Board Member Agreement
  • Sample Volunteer Application
  • Sample Volunteer Agreement
  • AND MORE

This Nonprofit Sample Template is a valuable resource for all Nonprofit Organizations who desire to use effective tools that will undoubtedly help them acquire funding and provide quality services for their target markets.

GET YOUR COPY TODAY ON SALE for ONLY $9.99 Just click on the link below – https://howtostartanonprofitorganization.wordpress.com/2012/08/16/nonprofit-sample-template/