My mission is to help organizations, communities, donors and volunteers attain their fundraising, digital communications and public relations goals in the most efficient, thoughtful, high-quality manner possible. I am an independent nonprofit fundraising and communications expert with extensive experience across Texas and beyond.
Carolyn’s Nonprofit Blog was launched in 2011. Based on personal interests and experiences, it shares my work in the “trenches” of nonprofit organizations small and large, both the wonderful and the challenging moments. The challenges I discuss are meant to help readers learn that while missteps happen naturally in life, one can recuperate and even thrive once you deal with and move past them. Never say never!
June 2021 marks the tenth anniversary of Carolyn’s Nonprofit Blog. To learn how I began blogging, follow the link. To read about my background and experiences, scroll to the lower margin of this website.
Included in Carolyn’s Nonprofit Blog
The main list of primary articles on Carolyn’s Nonprofit Blog may be found by clicking the drop down menu at the top of the page. Some articles are grouped together in sections.
You might enjoy my series of heartwarming and educational fundraising stories relating to philanthropists with whom I have worked, “A Brief Account.” Additional sections focus on “Asking,” “Baby Boomers,” “Capital Campaigns,” “Connecting With Diverse Communities,” “Development as a Profession,” my “Portfolio | Photo Blogs,” and more.
Use the “search” boxes to find information of interest to you. If you cannot find something, please reach out via my secure contact form. In all cases, I share links to outside sources you may find helpful, but keep in mind, link- and article-sharing does not necessarily indicate formal endorsement of them.
The margins of Carolyn’s Nonprofit Blog are updated fairly often and contain additional links and photographs. Come back to visit often and see what’s new!
To read more about the organization of and context for my articles and advice, follow the link to, “How Carolyn’s Nonprofit Blog Works.” My thanks go to the many philanthropists who have supported by work over the years. Together, we have made so many wonderful projects come to life.
Images at the top of the page in the rotating series of headers were taken by me with an iPhone. Questions? Use the secure contact form to reach me.