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As a small development shop looking to grow, what will make you successful? Let's take a look at the key characteristics.
Tom Mesaros, the president and CEO of the Alford Group, talks about how nonprofits can continue to thrive in an environment of shrinking resources and increased competition.
Providing an incentive to the donors in your organization will encourage them to give or even to increase their giving. Both “Challenge Gifts” and “Matching Gifts” are tools that have great potential for increased fundraising.
A recent study asked high net worth individuals to list the groups they had confidence in to solve societal or global problems.
Cecilia Hogan has been leading the prospect research effort at the University of Puget Sound for 20 years. Listen to her speak about prospect research and how smaller organizations can incorporate a little bit of research into their fundraising program to maximize their major gifts.
Here's an idea. Let's give poor people money. No seriously. Lets just give them cash. No programs. No caveats.
Which of the below is the key factor (hopefully listed in your organization's gift acceptance policy) that must be satisfied before you have further conversations with the donor?
The Simpsons co-creator Sam Simon has announced publicly that he has terminal colon cancer and plans to give his fortune to charity.
How do you define sustainability? Reliable and repeatable revenue that covers the full cost of your enterprise and aligns with your mission.