Starting a Nonprofit
Starting a Nonprofit for Good
Everywhere one turns today there are stories of disaster, tragedy, and human loss of life and has many looking towards those starting a nonprofit. In this ever-changing world, one can wonder where the goodness still resides. Disaster looms around every corner; yet, amongst all the stories of gloom is a story of the greater good being woven. Stories that are woven from the fabric of history where good triumphs over evil. Found in this same fabric, are the elements of which fairytales are taken. Now at a time where many fairytales are paused, this fabric weaves hope to every corner of the world.
The triumphs I speak of are those involved in the nonprofit sector and their quests to equal injustices and help those who cannot help themselves. Tragedies are calling forth a new type of warrior. A warrior who fights with their heart and lives by a special creed to think of others first. This is where heros are made and legacies are born.
I believe everyone wants to be a part of the endless story where good overcomes atrocity. The age has come where everyone is invited into the bigger story. The story of helping others who desperately need help. I am contacted daily by those wanting to make a difference in the world. The only thing standing in between them and their dreams is direction and starting a nonprofit.
Room For Anyone Starting a Nonprofit
I argue that those doing nonprofit work are doing the greater good. Many who begin starting a nonprofit organization get discouraged because non-profit creation is tough. That’s where I like to get involved and encourage people that starting a nonprofit does not have to be difficult. I enjoy coming alongside people to encourage them to continue their quest in starting a nonprofit. For too long, those doing nonprofit work were only large nonprofits. However, the organizational structures of large nonprofits can squelch the productivity of work. I am not against large nonprofits, since I worked alongside many. I do believe there is a place for anyone who wants to start a nonprofit and make the world a better place. Some would argue that there are too many nonprofits. I believe otherwise and support thousands of small nonprofits all over the world. I enjoy helping others starting a nonprofit.
It is even possible that every family have their own nonprofit in which they can consistently give. Then from their non profit they can support a multitude of projects or other nonprofits. But, as stated above, starting a nonprofit can be tough and expensive, making it prohibitive for the individual or family to create. Throughout all my years in the nonprofit sector, I have consistently maintained that there are better alternatives to starting a nonprofit than creating an independent 501c3. By enabling individuals and families to inexpensively engage the process of starting a nonprofit, we enable more people to get involved and triumph of good.
If you are that warrior who cannot sit on the sidelines and watch injustice happen in the world, I invite you to begin looking at how easily you can begin starting a nonprofit and join us to make the world better place. There is little activity, if any, as satisfying than to help those who cannot help themselves. If I can help encourage, educate, or equip you when starting a nonprofit or nonprofit work, I would consider it an honor.
Starting a Nonprofit Can Be Easy
Starting a nonprofit does not have to be difficult nor expensive. Is there such a thing as “a greater good?” It may sound like a oxymoron but yes, I believe there is something better than good. When a person or group of persons is involved in doing nonprofit work, they are unselfishly putting time and energy into helping those who cannot help themselves. When hope is extended where there seems to be no hope, I believe something better than “good” is happening.
If you are one of those who strived and accomplished starting a nonprofit, this article is meant to give you hope and encouragement to continue your quest to help those who cannot help themselves. It is worth the challenge.
To get started on your quest in starting a nonprofit, go to the page on this site “How to Get Started” and it will guide you step by step in the help you need.
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