“Only when we give joyfully, without hesitation or thought of gain, can we truly know what love means.”
Managing a successful nonprofit will require numerous types of communication reports because of your different constituents. Your organization’s stakeholders will include the public-at-large, your clients, your board of directors and other volunteers, your donors (current and potential), and your staff. Each audience will have questions and needs that are specific to their group.
As the nonprofit’s leader, you will want to control the comprehensive message. All of your reports should share the same aspects of the overarching communication plan. For example, if you are building up to a milestone ...