Since the onset of COVID-19, we’ve been running small group gatherings for nonprofit CEOs via Zoom.
Otis Fulton and Katrina VanHuss
Why aren’t nonprofits seeing more gains in diversity? Because we keep trying to cure the symptom instead of the disease.
The Blackbaud “Reimagining Your Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Programs: A Guide to Evolving Beyond Virtual” came out recently.
“Walk” used to be a word that helped us understand what to expect and the mechanics by which it worked.
Megan Rouse moved into a gated community in North Carolina. This community is really serious about the whole “no solicitation” thing.
The American Cancer Society announced it was laying off 1,000 staff members and anticipated a $200 million shortfall during 2020.
There’s an old saying about collegiate athletes: “The best thing about freshmen is that they become sophomores.”
Right now, nonprofit leaders are faced with a lot of tough decisions. “How should I speak to my supporters?”
Mother Nature just ripped our shorts off. We are exposed, big time. She took us to a place we were already going, but much faster.
Participation in nonprofit missions is a way that people can reclaim some of their power.
For many people, participating in nonprofit missions are the most meaningful parts of their lives.
Stories have become the go-to vehicle to motivate donors in the nonprofit sector for a long time.
One of the tools in our communication tool bag is the “emotional appeal.”
Americans’ confidence in charities is around 60%, with 27% saying that they do not. We found that number surprising — it seemed so low.
Women now make up 75% of the labor force, and they now represent 51% of the total wealth in the U.S.