Nonprofits THRIVE when they are able to sustain its programs and services for the long term.
In an environmental context, “sustainability” generally means finding a way to use resources in a manner that prevents their depletion. For charitable nonprofits, the phrase “sustainability” is commonly used to describe a nonprofit that is able to sustain itself over the long term, perpetuating its ability to fulfill its mission. Sustainability in the nonprofit context includes the concepts of financial sustainability, as well as leadership succession planning, adaptability, and strategic planning. – See more
Nonprofits should have clarity in their organization mission
Nonprofits must make sure they diversify their funding
Evaluate to make sure programs and services are efficient and effective
Staff where the need is and train and equip the staff to be successful