A new year is a new opportunity for nonprofits to think and act anew. Take, for instance, attempts by the Nonprofit Professional Employees Union and the Office and Professional Employees International Union to unionize all nonprofits.
Lowe’s committed $2 million in appliances to Good360 to support families recovering from the series of deadly tornadoes in the South.
What makes an expert fundraiser? Psychologist K. Anders Ericsson coined the phrase “deliberate practice” to explain how people acquired expertise, and while there’s nuance in today’s science of expertise, the most inspirational takeaway from Ericsson’s work is that experts are made, not born.
Nonprofit investor will match $1.5M in honor of Bob Saget, SRF Board member, comedian, actor, director, producer, and philanthropist.
If nonprofits have the program-impact metrics, private and corporate grant awards can increase their revenue by multiple hundreds of thousands of dollars annually. Over time, these awards can mount into eye-popping sums. Here is a seven-step assessment to see if private grants are worth it for your nonprofit.
Fundraising strategies have been evolving since the dawn of the digital age. While some organizations have been quick to adopt innovative new techniques, most are still resistant nearly two decades later.
Charity Navigator has partnered with Grapevine & Philanthropy Together to provide access to its Global Giving Circle Directory.
On a day full of client calls regarding the news of GoFundMe acquisition, Classy CEO Chris Himes chatted with NonProfit PRO about the deal, potential new features — like tying crowdfunding campaigns to nonprofit causes, evolving workplace giving and gathering donor preferences — and the future of nonprofit technology.
Most nonprofit leaders are reluctant to start a planned giving program because they don’t see the immediate value. The thinking is, “Why should I create a program that won’t benefit the organization for another 10 to 15 years?” But, hold on. That actually isn’t true.