The big unknown is how people will respond to the possibility of participating in live events again.
Otis Fulton and Katrina VanHuss
Building a virtual community from scratch is difficult; in many ways, as much so as acquiring new supporters for traditional events.
A 2020 United Nations report notes that women lacked the political and human rights to protect their safety if they spoke up.
More than 70 years ago, the great social psychologist Kurt Lewin described social norms as being in a state of tension.
Below is a full interview from each person quoted, and more. These interviews contain much information about the technical elements of
These “Great Truths” were drawn from our experience at Turnkey and illuminated by our interviewees’ wisdom.
COVID-19 threw the nonprofit world into a state of uncertainty.
Out of the thousands of organizations a donor could support, the donor chose you.
It’s hard to fundraise. Why?
Social media fundraising may well supplant traditional peer-to-peer platforms as the technology of choice for social fundraising.
During a global pandemic, just keeping a job can be tricky.
Endorphins are the chemicals that are released when people experience the so-called “warm glow effect” from making charitable donations
The 2020 Presidential Election is finally (almost) behind us. What seemingly hasn’t come to an end is the anger many people feel about
It turns out that we nonprofit types may look good for another reason.
Faced with uncertainty, lack of information or the need to make a quick decision, humans often default to “going with their gut.” Psychologists will tell you “the gut” is what they call “heuristics,” kind of mental shortcuts.