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OUR dog Lucy died this week, and it got me thinking about the role she played in making both my wife and me more charitable. More>

How do you define sustainability? Reliable and repeatable revenue that covers the full cost of your enterprise and aligns with your mission. More>

When you work for a charity, there's usually a built-in assumption that comes with it: You do work that helps others, therefore you are presumed to be doing the right thing. More>

What is a contact report? Why is it important? When should I make one? What to include and more ... More>

Almost everything owned and used for personal or investment purposes is a capital asset. More>

Learn how a policy of transparency is revolutionizing the way donors relate to nonprofits More>

Cecil DeMille made epic films with less technology than you have in your pocket. The playing field has been leveled, and if you follow a few simple rules, you can stitch together a compelling video. More>

Rebecca is a 75-year-old widow who loves attending the opera. She has been a season-ticket holder for years, but is considering dropping her subscription because she is concerned about the cost. More>

Russell and Kathryn are 60 and 59 years old, respectively, and have no children. Russell is a doctor, and Kathryn does not work outside of the home. They are deeply committed to their favorite charity and would like to make a significant gift. More>

See why it is often WAY better for a donor to testamentary gift of a retirement fund as opposed to making a simple bequest. More>