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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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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?
The philosophy is simple: Giving cash directly to poor people, no strings attached, is the most efficient form of charity.
What could be wrong with a foundation's engaging in strategic philanthropy? Thomas Scanlon has some searing observations.
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