HumourJune 24, 2019

#SixWordHorrorStory | The nonprofit edition

Nonprofit horror stories in six words or less, all based on real life experiences.
2019-06-24 00:00:00 India Development Review #SixWordHorrorStory | The nonprofit edition
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Low salary but fulfilling work.


You’ll be managing millennials.


We’re doing a strategy rethink. (Again).


The minister will be here “any minute”.

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You should partner with them.

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Do you have your FCRA license?


We have three new interns.


Work at a nonprofit? I need to donate clothes.


There’s no coffee.

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What’s the cost per beneficiary?


Who else is funding your idea?


How many lives have you touched?


You need to hire an outside CEO.

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It’s reporting season.


What’s your revenue model?

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I will be unreachable on vacation.


Nonprofit jholawallas are all bleeding hearts.


I work at a nonprofit. (…Awkward silence)


We are facing technical difficulties.


When are you getting a real job?

This humour piece was inspired by the Twitter thread #SixWordHorrorStory by Deadant. You can find the entire thread here.

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