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Welcome to the Leave Your Mark community. My name is Mark Titi and I am the author of this blog. If you came here to learn more about me, please visit my About page.

Leave Your Mark is a blog designed for small nonprofits exploring the Multiplying Good program. Multiplying Good seeks to help your organization leverage limited resources with maximum impact.  I have developed this program specifically for nonprofits with annual budgets of less than $2 million. The name of my website is Wobbly Nonprofit. You can request your free copy of the Multiplying Good blueprint there.

Here are some examples of content that I share on this blog. You can choose the follow option to stay updated on new blog activity. 

  • Capacity

72 Killer Resources for Multiplying Good

A Fresh Look at Leveraging Limited Resources in your Small Nonprofit: 7 Keys to Unlock the Power

7 tips to help small nonprofits break new ground

  • Governance

3 D’s to Spice up Your Next Nonprofit Board Meeting

Competing Agendas

  • Sustainability

8 Keys to Sustainability for small nonprofits

The For Profit Connection

  • Visioning

Gathering momentum toward your small nonprofit vision

Applying some Geometry to your Nonprofit Fundraising

  • Telecommuting

Is a nonprofit job working from home in your future?

Telecommuting in the Nonprofit- part 1

John Wesley was quoted as saying:  “Do all the good you can. By all the means you can. In all the ways you can. In all the places you can. At all the times you can. To all the people you can. As long as ever you can.” 

Please let your thoughts, opinions, ideas and experiences shine through this blog. That will offer the light to guide us all in Multiplying Good.

Peace and blessings,

Mark

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