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Engage Conference Spotlight: Getting the Younger Donor to Say Yes
March 8, 2013

At the 47th Association of Fundraising Professionals International Conference on Fundraising back in 2010, three fundraising professionals hit on the topic of "Getting the Younger Donor to Say Yes." The Human Rights Campaign's Lindsey Twombly, one of the presenters of the HRC's case study at Engage, joined representatives from Convio and PETA in the session, "Yeah, Yup, Right On — Getting the Younger Donor to Say 'Yes' to Your Nonprofit."

Nonprofits Need a Strong, Unified Voice to Lobby Government, Report Says
September 20, 2012

Nonprofits need a single organization to spearhead a national advocacy network to champion public policies that help charities and foundations, especially as Washington seems poised to consider an overhaul of the federal tax code, says a new report.

A two-year study involving more than 100 interviews with experts and studies of 500 advocacy efforts was released Wednesday by Independent Sector, a coalition of charities and foundations. The report estimated that it would cost $20 million over four years to establish a national organization to push a nonprofit agenda.

37 Must-Have Strategies to Better Engage Website Visitors, Part 2
August 15, 2012

At the Bridge to Integrated Marketing and Fundraising Conference, three fundraising technology professionals shared some website best practices in their session “37 Must-Have Strategies to Better Engage Your Website Visitor.” Here are the strategies 9-17.

Celebrating the Art of Empowerment
August 1, 2012

FundRaising Success talks with Paynter about best practices that nonprofit organizations can learn from Care2's tremendous growth.

The Coca-Cola Foundation Awards $26 Million in First Quarter
June 18, 2012

The Coca-Cola Foundation, the global philanthropic arm of The Coca-Cola Co., awarded $26 million in grants to 85 community organizations during the first quarter. The grants support the foundation's global priority areas, including: $9.7 million for water stewardship; $3.6 million for fitness and nutrition; $7.4 million for education (including $5 million for first-generation college scholarships); and $4.9 million for community recycling, and other local priorities, such as HIV/AIDS, malaria, youth development, and civic initiatives.