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If you are thinking about starting a nonprofit consider some information from organizations that specialize in nonprofit startups. Consider checking the information from the National Council of Nonprofits page on How to Start a Nonprofit. The Society for Nonprofits has a Starting a Nonprofit Organization page. The Center for Nonprofit Excellence. Their nonprofit startup page has a quick nonprofit startup checklist and a link to a Startup for Success Workbook.
Planning your launch with sticky pads on the wall has its place. Here are a few free basic project management services with apps that allow you to collaborate with a team on your smartphone. Trello provides the simplest project management service. Asana provides some more capabilities. Wrike brings you near to a professional project management service.
Melany has worked most of her adult life in ministry and Christian radio, including launching a new ministry startup and managing it to a sustainable nonprofit. She has experience in the area of startups (both church planting and compassion ministry), community engagement, event planning, and she is happy to help through faith-directed coaching. Go ahead and contact her to see if her experience is a good fit for your current needs.