In 2020, you need to be ready for the ever-changing philanthropic landscape challenge for the balance of the year.
F. Duke Haddad
There is a great deal to think about in your new situation. My suggestion is to be proactive and not reactive.
Your nonprofit’s orientation and onboarding program should be continual for all employees.
In the last three months, I have talked to several colleagues experiencing a capital campaign pause.
National Doughnut Day this year marks 82 years of this national day established by The Salvation Army.
Webinars make it easy to remember material, understand practical skills and allow for personal interaction.
Through technological innovations, 2020 will see integrated giving empowering everyday donors.
In this time of uncertainty, seek to keep your fundraising team in place if possible.
Being a student and practitioner of the nonprofit world, at times, I feel like I am on the international space station. I am constantly working with staff, boards, administration and volunteers, along with internal and external stakeholders of nonprofit entities.
People working in nonprofits need more training opportunities in such areas as marketing, public relations, fundraising and more
Capital campaigns are currently in a perfect storm. Like the weather, the elements that are affecting us will eventually go away.
Currently, The Salvation Army Indiana Division has become involved in the frontlines of serving those affected by the COVID-19 virus.
Over my long career, I have interacted with hundreds of nonprofit professionals. I have seen fresh faces come into the nonprofit sector
Fundraising execution is a process that includes proven methodology. You may have a database of thousands of names in front of you.
We need to have an organizational fundraising plan in place now with several scenarios embedded in the details.