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Challenge drives are almost always an integral part of capital and endowment campaigns. They are equally effective in annual fundraising, sponsorship, and any other effort to secure underwriting, all for a negligible increase in your overall fundraising costs.
The findings from a recent survey of private foundation donors reveal that many foundations are not very alarmed by the current array of philanthropic "hot button" issues.
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A fundraiser for New York University and president of its George H. Heyman, Jr. Center for Philanthropy and Fundraising, Naomi Levine is credited with helping to save ...
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Habitat for Humanity in Greensboro, N.C., made a grand gesture by paying the property taxes on all houses purchased with its help that had mortgages outstanding.
Another sleazy charity ripping off veterans. Haven’t we had enough of people preying on veterans in need?
Emerging sector surprises and future potential mark the current state of charity and personal philanthropy in China.
More than $358 million was raised in 2012 by 63 of the largest checkout charity campaigns, according to a report issued by the Cause Marketing Forum. Health and children’s health charities attracted the most support.
While old-line Jewish federations are in trouble, philanthropic intent among US Jews remains strong.
It’s a big crazy world out there, lots of ways to be involved, and so we have to ask: How are you approaching fundraising differently?
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