It's not enough to have passion
You're a leader. You're an inspirer. You are a Nonprofit CEO or Executive Director...
And the health of your nonprofit depends on generating revenue to keep having impact. It’s not enough to have passion -- you need revenue.
And not just any revenue, but the right revenue. The type that helps you focus on your most important impact work. The revenue that is consistent so you can be proactive in building stronger teams and programs. The revenue that comes in through a streamlined process that does the work so you can be less stressed.
Without steady flow of the right revenue, your nonprofit will struggle to thrive.
We Can Help.
Most revenue strategies being taught today focus on fundraising. Individuals. Digital. Social Media. The right fundraising platform.
These are perfectly fine for building some income but are merely one of the many revenue channels available to nonprofits in today's market. The fact is there’s a big difference between fundraising and growing a sustainable revenue base.
And that's why we created the Thrive Impact Revenue Energizer™.
Through a two-to-three month facilitated process of workshops, we’ll help you create revenue-driven and efficient strategic planning process that helps you unearth the best of your nonprofit, align your value, and position you to get the revenue you need to thrive.
Here's What Nonprofit CEOs and Board Chairs Have To Say...
“We have fully incorporated the board work we did with Thrive Impact and are cooking with gas with new programs, new fundraising initiatives, etc. They really catapulted us!"
Marchelle Sellers, CEO
Artists for Peace and Justice, NYC
"Thrive Impact has done a really good job of leading us to action."
Tina Clark, Board Chair
St. Charles Avenue Baptist Church Board of Trustees, New Orleans
"Sometimes I pause and glimpse into what things would be like today if we hadn’t hired THRIVE IMPACT and it’s not pretty. "
Nantz Rickard, CEO
DCTV, Washington D.C.
The Revenue Energizer is NOT for Everybody.
We’re picky about who we work with, and have a strict (but reasonable) set of criteria that need to be met in order for us to proceed:
Your nonprofit needs to bring REAL value to the world.
I’m not just talking about you doing nice charitable things, but that you are striving to actually help people (or planet) and can show some sort of outcomes through your work. If you can do that and you want more revenue ...let's talk.
But, if you're in this because “being good” looks good - no offense, but this is not for you.
You MUST be an action taker. That means you're coachable, decisive, and resourceful.
If you like to "kick tires" or sign up for informational things and not follow through, this is NOT for you. Please be someone who doesn't mess around, and is serious about results.
You take extreme ownership over your nonprofit.
You’re not into blaming your board or your fundraising staff or that corporate funder who just pulled their funding because of a “different direction”... You’re into taking ownership, problem-solving, and moving forward.
That's it — if you meet these requirements, we're good.