Resource: The Annual Nonprofit Impact Checklist

What does your nonprofit need to do annually, quarterly, monthly and weekly to make consistent progress on its mission?


Even with a clear focus, smart strategies, and the right talent, paperbackbookstanding_848x1126 (1) it can be hard to get everyone on the boat, rowing in the same direction to move your mission forward. It's time to build a culture of accountability and put essential systems and processes in place that keep everyone on track.

Download our
checklist to learn what your organization should be doing annually, quarterly, monthly and weekly. We answer  questions like:

  • Who should I  involve in our annual goal and priority setting?
  • How often do I engage our staff and board?
  • How often should we measure our mission advancement?




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