Carolyn’s Nonprofit Blog includes nonprofit topics of interest to me personally, discussions about personal experiences (including advice and possible solutions), nonprofit trends to be watching, and a few precautions.
I began Carolyn’s Nonprofit Blog in 2011 during the economic downturn, when I was living in San Antonio, Texas. The blog has become the documentation of a lifetime of professional work in the nonprofit sector. There are no other authors nor guest authors. I receive fairly regular requests to write articles for Carolyn’s Nonprofit Blog, and I apologize, but there are no other authors at this time.
Included in Carolyn’s Nonprofit Blog
- In-depth “primary” articles and portfolios accessible from the main menu bar at the top of the page.
- Occasional posts on more narrowly-focused topics, which you will find by looking in the margin under, “Carolyn’s Posts.” Included is a searchable archive of articles going back to 2013.
- See the sections in the drop down menu, “A Brief Account” and “Development as a Profession.” The first section includes stories about my fundraising in Texas with well known personalities, and the second focuses on experiences and issues relating to young and/or new fundraisers from my own perspective.
I update my blog’s landing page now and again to include new content and imagery, so check back for updates.
Carolyn’s Nonprofit Blog is composed and managed entirely by me free of charge as a public service.
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Keep in Mind
Because each nonprofit organization is unique, as well as each and every nonprofit professional, you should tailor your activities accordingly. I stand by the information I convey. But you must always consider the context in which you are operating before applying new concepts.
Looking for my social links? Check the margin for quick icon links, and for a more comprehensive listing, see Carolyn Online on the drop down menu bar at the top of the page.
If you have questions, use the secure contact form to reach me. I prefer email over the phone for initial contact.
Carolyn M. Appleton