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3 New Year’s Resolutions for Your Nonprofit Heading into 2023

Updated: Jun 9, 2023

New year, new goals! 2022 was an exciting year for the nonprofit community as organizations continued to bounce back from the impacts of the COVID pandemic. As we move into 2023, now is the best time to take a moment, evaluate your organization's position, and set your sights on the year ahead. Below are 3 resolutions you and your nonprofit organization can focus on in 2023:

1. Invest in New Technology and Cybersecurity

Technology is always advancing, make sure your organization keeps up with the latest trends! From new AI to cybersecurity initiatives, technology can help nonprofits reduce staff workloads, improve your customer’s experiences while interacting with their website, and protect sensitive data you’ve gathered from donors. Learn more about ways to keep up with current nonprofit technology trends by checking out these upcoming webinars:

Making Your Nonprofit's Website More Accessible and Inclusive on January 11th, 2023

Creating Value and Saving Money on Nonprofit Tech on January 24th, 2023

Register for these free webinars here!

2. Personalize Marketing Efforts

As we head into 2023, it is important to reflect back on the trends nonprofit organizations saw in 2022. In 2022, more nonprofits continued to shift online and take advantage of emerging social platforms, such as TikTok or Discord. Additionally, in 2022, nonprofits saw new trends in utilizing personalized emails, and other methods of communication to build and connect with their audiences. Similar to technology trends, marketing trends shift and advance over time. It's important to make sure your organization stays up to date!

Interested in learning more about current nonprofit marketing trends? Read more in our blog post, “2023 Nonprofit Marketing Trends to Start Implementing Today” here!

3. Taking care of your staff

As the new year approaches, it is important to support your staff’s needs and provide them with an effective, yet inclusive working environment. Staff appreciation can be expressed in many ways. Support your staff and organization with various nonprofit resources, and opportunities to learn. Looking for new ways to support your staff? Check out our current membership packages to learn more about the exclusive membership benefits each member is eligible to receive.

Responsible for supervising a staff? Learn more about ways to lead your organization in our two-part workshop series, “Effective Staff Supervision: How to be a Better Supervisor” Read more here!

Facilitating staff trainings? Register for our two-part workshop series “Trauma-Informed Facilitation" to learn more about facilitating inclusive meetings and trainings. Read more here!


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