Prospecting For Nonprofits and Foundations

How We Can Help

Increase Your Impact

A challenge many nonprofits have is accomplishing their impact goals with limited resources. Oftentimes, finding the budget to hire in-house for marketing and business development needs isn’t feasible. Knowing where to start, what tools to use, and equipping your team with the best resources possible is easier said than done.

We help nonprofit foundations find and connect with corporate partners who align with their mission. If your foundation does product collaborations or seeks donations from other businesses, we can help you out.


Case Study

Keep A Breast Foundation

Shaney jo Darden, founder of Keep A Breast Foundation (KAB), needed help connecting with companies interested in supporting their mission.

We've connected her with companies like REI, Victoria's Secret, Tilly's, and many more.

Click here to check out their case study.

How We Can Help

Increase Your Impact

A challenge many nonprofits have is accomplishing their impact goals with limited resources. Oftentimes, finding the budget to hire in-house for marketing and business development needs isn’t feasible. Knowing where to start, what tools to use, and equipping your team with the best resources possible is easier said than done.

We help nonprofit foundations find and connect with corporate partners who align with their mission. If your foundation does product collaborations or seeks donations from other businesses, we can help you out.


Case Study

Keep A Breast Foundation

Shaney jo Darden, founder of Keep A Breast Foundation (KAB), needed help connecting with companies interested in supporting their mission.

We've connected her with companies like REI, Victoria's Secret, Tilly's, and many more.

Click here to check out their case study.

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How-To Content

These are podcast interviews we've done where we give step-by-step directions on how to use email and LinkedIn to build corporate partnerships at your nonprofit:

Tool Recommendations

These are the tools we recommend for helping nonprofits to increase their impact.

  • Productivity / Utility Tools
    • Asana. Great lightweight project management tool to help you and your team stay on track with your goals and initiatives.
    • Crozdesk. Doing a manual search online to compare software solutions sucks...and it can take hours. With Crozdesk, you can do a side-by-side comparison of pricing, features, and reviews—helping you find the best solution that fits your nonprofit's needs in just a few minutes.
    • LastPass. With all of the cybersecurity craziness going on lately (Equifax...cough...cough) it's smart to use encrypted passwords. But generating an encrypted password, not to mention remembering it, can be quite the challenge. LastPass does both and can manage all of the passwords on your phone and computer. It's an inexpensive way to increase the level of security at your nonprofit.
    • UpWork. This is the premier resource for finding and hiring great freelancers and VAs from all over the world. UpWork provides data on how a freelancer was rated on past projects, their length of time on the platform, the amount earned, and overall satisfaction rating from other people who've hired them. Great way to find inexpensive help for ongoing or one-time projects at your nonprofit.
  • Marketing & Sales Tools
    • Canva. Great design helps your nonprofit look top notch. Canva is a great, inexpensive tool for social media image templates, slide templates for presentations, or images for your website.
    • GrammarlyOne thing in common with many emails we see is grammatical errors. Use Grammarly to spell check emails, website content, and marketing materials.
    • Greetabl. They describe it best on their site: "Better than a greeting card. More personal than flowers." Use this app to send gifts to your donors or anyone else you want to surprise with an inexpensive, impactful gift. You pick the design, add a gift, and personalize the card. Couldn't ask for an easier process.
    • Mail-Tester. Mail Tester is the best tool for quickly testing the deliverability of your cold emails and newsletters to donors. Send them an email, and in a few seconds you'll get a detailed report of what is and isn't working. Shoot for a 7/10 or higher.
    • MixMax. This is an excellent solution that'll save you 3-5 hours per week reaching out to corporate partners. You can create email sequences, automatically follow up, and organize all of the tasks associated with corporate outreach.
    • Pipedrive. Great lightweight solution to handle all of your contact management at your nonprofit. It's simple to use (way easier than Salesforce), and only takes an hour or two to set up. I have yet to find another CRM that's simple, powerful, and integrates with other tools.

How-To Content

These are podcast interviews we've done where we give step-by-step directions on how to use email and LinkedIn to build corporate partnerships at your nonprofit:

Tool Recommendations

These are the tools we recommend for helping nonprofits to increase their impact.

  • Productivity / Utility Tools
    • Asana. Great lightweight project management tool to help you and your team stay on track with your goals and initiatives.
    • Crozdesk. Doing a manual search online to compare software solutions sucks...and it can take hours. With Crozdesk, you can do a side-by-side comparison of pricing, features, and reviews—helping you find the best solution that fits your nonprofit's needs in just a few minutes.
    • LastPass. With all of the cybersecurity craziness going on lately (Equifax...cough...cough) it's smart to use encrypted passwords. But generating an encrypted password, not to mention remembering it, can be quite the challenge. LastPass does both and can manage all of the passwords on your phone and computer. It's an inexpensive way to increase the level of security at your nonprofit.
    • UpWork. This is the premier resource for finding and hiring great freelancers and VAs from all over the world. UpWork provides data on how a freelancer was rated on past projects, their length of time on the platform, the amount earned, and overall satisfaction rating from other people who've hired them. Great way to find inexpensive help for ongoing or one-time projects at your nonprofit.
  • Marketing & Sales Tools
    • Canva. Great design helps your nonprofit look top notch. Canva is a great, inexpensive tool for social media image templates, slide templates for presentations, or images for your website.
    • GrammarlyOne thing in common with many emails we see is grammatical errors. Use Grammarly to spell check emails, website content, and marketing materials.
    • Greetabl. They describe it best on their site: "Better than a greeting card. More personal than flowers." Use this app to send gifts to your donors or anyone else you want to surprise with an inexpensive, impactful gift. You pick the design, add a gift, and personalize the card. Couldn't ask for an easier process.
    • Mail-Tester. Mail Tester is the best tool for quickly testing the deliverability of your cold emails and newsletters to donors. Send them an email, and in a few seconds you'll get a detailed report of what is and isn't working. Shoot for a 7/10 or higher.
    • MixMax. This is an excellent solution that'll save you 3-5 hours per week reaching out to corporate partners. You can create email sequences, automatically follow up, and organize all of the tasks associated with corporate outreach.
    • Pipedrive. Great lightweight solution to handle all of your contact management at your nonprofit. It's simple to use (way easier than Salesforce), and only takes an hour or two to set up. I have yet to find another CRM that's simple, powerful, and integrates with other tools.

Let's talk about increasing your impact.