With planned giving rising in importance, ethically executing responsibilities is a critical question that nonprofits should address.
Believe it or not, the holidays and year-end are rapidly approaching. You’re probably working hard on your annual appeal, which will hopefully bring in lots of cash both by mail and online. But there’s a new opportunity for nonprofits to bring in that much-needed year-end money and promote the importance of the nonprofit sector: Giving Tuesday.
One of the most impacted parts of our sector has been the events industry.
One of the greatest lessons to come out of 2020 is that nonprofit organizations need more reliable sources of support.
One of the most interesting trends during the pandemic in terms of revenue has been the overperformance of community giving days.
As we head toward the end of 2020, there continues to be an uncertainty around in-person events.
Giving days in communities are growing in popularity and effectiveness.
Looking at three specific points in time will give nonprofits clues as to how to address the current COVID-19 crisis.
As the pace of technology adoption quickens, so does the likelihood of cybersecurity breaches and data leaks.
Over half of nonprofits noted hearing about AI primarily from their CRM providers.
Through these ways of revising how we leverage the technology we have, we should be able to grow our giving again.