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Small But Mighty Podcast for Non-Profits


Small But Mighty Podcast for Non-Profits

41. Doing it in a Dress: Feminism & educating girls in Africa

Fri, 08 Oct 2021

Dr Chrisanta Muli's grandmother didn't get past grade two in school. So her mother was raised her with a determination to ensure her daughter and granddaughter didn't suffer the same fate.

Fast forward to her generation and Chrisanta is a feminist academic, gender justice expert, and the CEO of One Girl, a small but mighty international development organisation doing big things to educate girls all over the globe.

In this episode Bianca chats to Chrisanta about her journey as an African woman, her experience in challenging the norms of the international development sector and the fundraising and programs success of One Girl.

This October One Girl celebrates ten years of the organisation's flagship fundraising campaign Do it in a Dress, which has raised more than $4million to educate girls in Sierra Leone and Uganda.

Chrisanta shares tips on their fundraising success and why communicating is so important in inspiring the support of young people.

You can find out more about the Do it in a Dress campaign here: https://www.onegirl.org.au/event/do-it-in-a-dress-2021

For more resources created specifically for small non-profits join the Small Non-Profits Alliance for FREE here: https://smallnonprofits.com.au/membership-account/membership-levels/ 


40. Non-Profit Myth Busters: Common myths about small organisations

Fri, 24 Sep 2021


It's time to bust some non-profit myths!

In this episode Bianca and Kirsty bust four commonly-held myths about small organisations in the non-profit sector, covering contentious topics like whether charities should make a profit, operating without a website and if non-profits should really have paid staff.

For more resources created specifically for small non-profits join the Small Non-Profits Alliance for FREE here: https://smallnonprofits.com.au/membership-account/membership-levels/ 

39. Leadership learnings for small non-profits

Sun, 22 Aug 2021

Prue Ingram began her career as a speech pathologist. Fast forward 20 years and Prue is an experienced CEO and leader in the non-profit sector, leading international development organisation, Assisi Aid.

Prue shares her leadership journey with Bianca, from her experience across the international development space and her tips for the challenging nature of leadership in the small non-profit sector, particularly during COVID-19 and working virtually.

Prue and Assisi Aid are members of the Small Non-Profits Alliance. Learn about our free membership here: https://smallnonprofits.com.au/membership-account/membership-levels/ 

Listening highlights:

13.30 mins  - Tips on managing relationships and workloads as a leader

17.40 mins  - How to balance being part-time and staying connected as a non-profit leader

23.50 mins  - Prue's number one tip for leaders of small charities

25.35 mins - What being 'Small but Mighty' means to Prue and Assisi Aid

38. Short Stuff: Moving Major Donors

Wed, 28 Jul 2021


Just because you’re a small charity, doesn’t mean you should exclude major donors from your fundraising strategy.

In this episode of Short Stuff, Bianca explains why some philanthropists prefer to give to a smaller charity and what make major donors tick, so you can better engage and inspire your biggest supporters.

Our Small But Mighty 'Short Stuff' episodes are advice for small non-profit success, delivered in under five minutes.

For more resources created specifically for small non-profits join the Small Non-Profits Alliance for FREE here: https://smallnonprofits.com.au/membership-account/membership-levels/


37. Creating major change as a small non-profit: Sonya Ryan

Tue, 06 Jul 2021

CN: child sexual assault, homicide -- Sonya Ryan dedicates herself to promoting internet safety for children and teenagers through the Carly Ryan Foundation, established in memory of her daughter Carly, who was murdered by an online predator posing as a teenage boy, 14 years ago.

 Sonya has worked tirelessly in her small charity to influence some mighty changes of Australian legislation to better protect young people on the internet. Her work has also made inroads of change in the UK and US.

 Sonya shares her both devastating and inspiring story with Bianca, and provides inspiration and advice for those in the non-profit space striving to achieve major change and reform.

You can find the resources mentioned in this episode on the Carly Ryan Foundation website here: https://www.carlyryanfoundation.com/resources/fact-sheets

For more resources created specifically for small non-profits join the Small Non-Profits Alliance for FREE here: https://smallnonprofits.com.au/membership-account/membership-levels/ 


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