In this episode, I talked with Dominique Keogh, founder of Just Adapt, a nonprofit start-up that is promoting justice by connecting people with the equipment they need. Dominique shares wisdom she has gained through the process of starting a 501(c)(3).

Dominique found a slew of resources to guide the research stage of Just Adapt, including online courses, books, and people she already knew who had wisdom and experience to share. Here, I highlight a few of these resources, including Dominique’s recommended book list!

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What’s on Dominique’s Book List?

1. Start a 501c3 Nonprofit that Doesn’t Ruin Your Life by Audrey K. Chisholm

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2. Nonprofit Kit for Dummies (5th Ed) by Stan Hutton and Frances N. Phillips

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3. How to Start, Run, & Grow a Successful Nonprofit Organization by Aaron Sanders

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4. Nonprofit Bylaws Made Easy: The Complete Guide to Writing Your Nonprofit Bylaws by Steve Vick

Featured Wine:

90+ Cellars Pinot Grigio

Trentino, Italy

Thanks for listening. Cheers!

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