Books on Nonprofits To Read In 2022

Reading books is wonderful. They can transport you to different times and places, as well as places you could never dream of. They also have the ability to teach and inspire us. Books about the nonprofit sector in particular are extremely good at this. Some teach us about how to effectively run a nonprofit, while others may take a look at philanthropy and charity and how we can improve these things in order to make more lasting change. Here are some of the best books on nonprofits you can read in 2022.

The Only Grant-Writing Book You’ll Ever Need — Ellen Karsh

One of the most popular books about fundraising is The Only Grant-Writing Book You’ll Ever Need. This guide explains the various types of grants, as well as the application process, and provides readers with practical advice on how to apply. The author also debunks common myths about grants and gives readers an accurate idea of what to expect when it comes to applying.

The book’s second half breaks down the writing process into simple steps, and it also provides readers with strategies and tips to increase their chances of getting funding. This is the most comprehensive guide on grant-writing that’s out there.

Forces for Good: The Six Practices of High-Impact Nonprofits — Leslie Crutchfield

The book, which is a collection of six practices that make high-impact organizations successful, is a must-read for anyone who’s looking to build a successful nonprofit. It features case studies and examples from some of the country’s most prominent organizations, such as The Heritage Foundation and Habitat for Humanity. The authors also talk about the importance of sharing leadership duties and nurturing networks.

Fundraising for Social Change — Kim Klein

Written for non-profit professionals, this book covers the ins and outs of finding financial support for their organizations. It also provides strategies and tips on how to raise money for their missions. Some of these include using multi-channel fundraising, diversifying donor bases, and crafting captivating appeals.

The book also tackles various concepts such as budgeting and how to work with fundraising consultants. It’s a must-read for anyone who’s looking to build a successful nonprofit. It additionally provides a wealth of information on how to raise money for your organization.

The Happy, Healthy Nonprofit: Strategies for Impact without Burnout — Beth Kanter and Aliza Sherman

In the nonprofit sector, burnout is an epidemic that affects both the leaders and the staff members of organizations. It’s often caused by a mission-driven culture that demands continuous performance. In The Happy, Healthy Nonprofit, the authors provide a comprehensive overview of the various signs of burnout and how to prevent it from happening in the first place. They also recommend strategies to improve employee well-being.

This article was originally published on Jennifer Power’s Medium!

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