As a member of charity projects or nonprofit organizations, you know how challenging it can be to communicate a message to people.
At Peer to Peer Advanced, John Vranas will deliver a presentation titled, “Ethics in Fundraising: Where are the Lines?”
The Social Good Summit 2019 was a reminder that we have much to do for our planet.
There's a growing concern for the nonprofit industry in how unprepared organizations are right now for defending against cyberattacks. Are you taking your organization's cybersecurity seriously?
Nonprofits face unique challenges when communicating their impact to donors. We all work daily to ensure we’re honoring those we serve while also accurately and powerfully conveying the value of our work to our community. Intentional, purposeful communications takes time.
Trends and Opportunities in the non-profit industry including how to research and invest non-profit insurance
Most of the readers of our blog not only work in the nonprofit sector, but are also personal supporters of various charitable missions. Speaking for myself (Otis), I consider myself to be an “animal rights advocate” and make monthly donations to a variety of animal welfare organizations...
As a member of charity projects or nonprofit organizations, you know how challenging it can be to communicate a nonprofit message to people. In today’s world of content shock and short attention spans, most people don’t read, but scan, the information. So, if you want people to listen to you or, what’s more, do what […]
I recognize the inherent risks associated with letting go of tight financial controls. I see the awkwardness of talking to donors about the cost of raising a dollar. I see our industry playing Twister—Semantic Version with expense allocation, coming out with legal structures that allow us to say, "100 precent of your donation goes to the cause." We all know that offices, desks, computers, employees, etc., are not free. We know a marketing-minded visionary donor agreed to "0 percent of your donation goes to the cause" to allow us to make that other statement legally, though not logically.