HumourMarch 11, 2019

Is Brooklyn Nine-Nine actually about nonprofits?

Using our favourite TV show to express our everyday angst.
2019-03-13 00:00:00 India Development Review Is Brooklyn Nine-Nine actually about nonprofits?
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1. When your grant application gets rejected after multiple rounds of Q&A
Rosa brooklyn 99_nonprofit humour

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2. The rest of the office when the funder’s child comes back from their first “site visit”
Gina brooklyn 99_nonprofit humour

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3. When someone asks who your ‘second line management’ is
Amy brooklyn 99_nonprofit humour

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4. When you want to take something to an event hosted by your donor
jake brooklyn 99_nonprofit humour

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5. You vs the team you’re supposed to collaborate with
Amy and Gina brooklyn 99_nonprofit humour

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6. Donor engagement best practices
Gina funny brooklyn 99_nonprofit humour

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7. How you feel about the intern who offered to turn your research reports into info-graphic one-pagers
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8. What your CEO sounds like on the team WhatsApp chat
jake and holt brooklyn 99_nonprofit humour

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9. Trying to live your best life on a budget
Terry brooklyn 99_nonprofit humour

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10. When you (the founder) are on-boarding the new CEO
Boyle brooklyn 99_nonprofit humour

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11. When you’re asked to partner with a ‘thought leader’
Jake Peralta brooklyn 99_nonprofit humour

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12. What happens when the foundation head joins your advisory board
Rosa Diaz brooklyn 99_nonprofit humour

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13. Your thank you email to donors
captain holt smile brooklyn 99_nonprofit humour

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