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People become members of your nonprofit organization for many reasons, but the key reason is belief in your mission.

Your historic preservation advocacy group can make a lasting impression on Congressional members by showing up in Washington D.C.

To build your nonprofit organization's membership, you can apply many of the same strategies that businesses use to attract customers.

Your historic preservation group can use a free online mapping tool to create a virtual tour of a historic site or building in your community.

Awareness of IP and nonprofit copyright laws will help you protect your organization's reputation and brand.

The core responsibility of your nonprofit board is to work together as a group to govern your organization.

To find and attract major donors to your nonprofit organization, you need a long-term strategy and a great way to make your organization stand out.

Social media has become so common that your historic preservation organization may appear out of touch if you do not use it in your operations.

To make sure the first board meeting of your new nonprofit organization is a success, you'll have to plan a busy agenda.

A professional lobbyist can be a good investment when your historic preservation group wants to do a targeted campaign.

If your nonprofit organization is considering investments and planned giving, you will need a committee that is dedicated to this task.

Learn how to preserve or replace the metal roof on your historic building.

Learn how to remove and replace individual wood shingles on your historic house.

Your historic preservation group can make compelling arguments for preservation by creating videos and posting them online.

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Why Nonprofit Boards Fail

Nonprofit boards typically fail for one of two reasons: they lose sight of their mission, or they don't adapt to change.

Nonprofit board members must follow certain legal standards to protect the interests of members, sponsors, and donors.

By adopting a gift-acceptance policy, your nonprofit organization might be able to achieve both financial security and flexibility.

Wisconsin has many inspiring examples of historic preservationists and artists working together to accomplish great things.

Learn how to prepare your plaster walls for paint.

Learn about assessing the condition of the structure, floors, ceilings, walls and fixtures of a historic building.
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