It's easy - too easy - to believe a nonprofit's problems are tied-up with money... or a lack of money to be specific.
"If only we could raise more money, we could do more, for more."
But that's rarely the real problem.
It's only the problem if the nonprofit views people as ATMs.
It might be about how the nonprofit describes its vision.
Look at your favorite nonprofit's mission, vision, and values statements (if they have them - and most do).
And look to see where you belong in these sacred markers.
Are you there?
Or do the mission, vision, and values creeds only talk about the nonprofit as the great savior of the oppressed, marginalized, ignored, under-served - whomever?