3 Ways for Nonprofits to Engage with the People They Represent

  1. Developing a grant proposal? Don’t start writing until you’ve held an open forum for members of the public to voice their ideas, needs, and concerns.
  2. Collect feedback. Use surveys to measure clients’ opinions of the services your organization provides. The Fund for Shared Insight has a request for applications (RFA) out now for Listen for Good (L4G), a grant program that helps nonprofits close the feedback loop with the people they serve.
  3. Make your data visually appealing! Tableau Public is free data-visualization software that allows nonprofits to literally illustrate their impact. Hold public information sessions to discuss your nonprofit’s numbers and services, and request feedback.
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3 thoughts on “3 Ways for Nonprofits to Engage with the People They Represent”

  1. Thank you!
    I tested subscribing to the RSS on Feedly, and it worked for me. Perhaps it is an issue with your feed reader? I am new to RSS feeds, however.

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