How Nonprofits Can Own Social Enterprises

How Nonprofits Can Own Social Enterprises

​Learn how forming a social enterprise can provide your nonprofit with an additional stream of revenue, support your mission, and tie into your existing programs. In Season 4, Episode 7 we spoke with Brad Kimbler from Staff360 and Daniel Furbish from Oasis Bike Workshop about the social enterprises they run to support nonprofit organizations.

Workplace Culture, Climate, and Benefits in the Social Sector

Workplace Culture, Climate, and Benefits in the Social Sector

When resources are scarce, you may feel like it’s impossible to build a healthy culture and climate for your team. Unfortunately, a toxic workplace leads to even more financial difficulties due to high turnover and burnout, recruiting and training expenses, and interrupted relationships with your constituents. In Season 3, Episode 6 of the Nonprofit Jenni Show, learn how you can honor your team, your mission, and your budget all at the same time.

How to plan a capital campaign

In Season 4, Episode 4, we heard from two Development Directors who recently completed capital campaigns, each fundraising $5 million! Brooke Bernard from The Belcourt was raising money for major renovations for a historic theatre, and Teri Sloan from The Nashville Food Project worked to build a brand new facility, including a commercial kitchen and revenue generating meeting space.

Complicated Client Stories

The public can have trouble understanding why a social issue is so difficult to solve, and it’s up to you to explain all the layers that cause the problem. How do you explain why it’s so difficult to end addiction, sex trafficking, and other mammoth issues? In Season 4, Episode 3, Pamela Sessions and Savak Millis talk about their clients in recovery at Renewal House. Also, Emily Willmore talks about her clients who escaped trafficking with End Slavery Tennessee.

Future-Proof Your Nonprofit with Technology

Learn how to make your organization resilient to change with a technology infrastructure you actually understand how to use. Even if you have all the right technology systems in place, they won’t do any good if you don’t know how to use them or if they all operate in silos! Our three amazing guests in Season 4, Episode 2 were Blake Stockard from Kumwe Systems, Alicia Bell from Graceworks Ministries, and Nick Bicknell from Little Green Light.