Peter Fissinger

CHICAGO, September 22, 2009 — Donors to charitable organizations give more when they are asked in person and when someone they know makes the request, a new study commissioned by Chicago-based consulting firm Campbell & Company and conducted by the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University finds.

CHICAGO, MAY 21, 2009 — Campbell & Company, a national consulting firm that provides advancement planning, fundraising, marketing communications and talent management to nonprofit organizations, presents a Webinar titled, “First Look: Giving USA 2009, Changing Data Into Action” on June 11, 2009 at noon CDT. Registration for this webinar is free. Attendees can join others from across the country from their desk or conference room.

CHICAGO, March 31, 2009 — A study from national consulting firm Campbell & Company and researcher Slover Linett Strategies provides important insights for nonprofits that are examining fundraising expenses and budgets.

National consulting firm Campbell & Company has formed a strategic partnership with Blackbaud, the leading global provider of software and services designed for nonprofit organizations. As a consulting partner through the Blackbaud Connect Partner Network, Campbell & Company now offers an expanded suite of IQ Analyticsä services, including predictive modeling and data appending in addition to hard-asset screening.

If you’re focusing your planned-giving cultivation efforts exclusively on older donors, you could be missing an opportunity to get more bequests. The report “Bequest Donors: Demographics and Motivations of Potential and Actual Donors,” researched and written at The Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University for Campbell & Company, looks at the typical demographics of charitable-bequest donors and what charities can do to better understand why some households don’t leave bequests. The report relied on data from two surveys of more than 3,000 households to examine the relationship between socio-economic status, lifetime giving, charitable-bequest intent and motivations for charitable giving. It found age and education

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