Though this was a thoughtful and difficult decision for the leadership of the two congregations, the harder work – that of integrating their members into one institution and beginning a new history together – represented the real challenge.Read More »
In my years working with nonprofit organizations across the country I have heard my share of unbelievable comments from lay leaders and nonprofit executives alike. I’ll tackle just a few and give some insights on how they should proceed.Read More »
Are you reminding your donors about corporate matching gifts? While corporate philanthropy may be a fraction of what it should be, it is an arrow that all nonprofits should have in their quiver.Read More »
As 2015 ended and our new year began, there were two actions by federal government agencies that will have a direct impact on charitable giving. The good news is that they will benefit both donors and nonprofit organizations.Read More »
Guest blogger (and our former intern) Casey Combs, is the Director of Development at the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education in Philadelphia. Casey stops by the blog to talk about the state of fundraising for environmental causes.Read More »
Robert Evans offers some advice for nonprofit leaders and donors regarding donor advised funds. One tip for fundraisers: Consider meeting with and wooing the advisers employed by donor advised funds. They might just steer a potential donor your way.
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#GivingTuesday 2015 was wildly successful! This year’s giving holiday boasted more than 1.08 million gifts from over 698,000 total donors. But Ross Kasper argues that something seems to be missing from all of the noise around this day.
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