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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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Fifty years ago yesterday, the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom inspired and unified millions. As a nation, we must challenge ourselves to reflect on what it means to be a thriving democracy as well as the important role that foundations have played in advancing the common good.
It’s a journalistic lock: anything involving Bill and Hillary Clinton attracts lots of press attention. A front-page article in the New York Times examined the restructuring of the Clinton Foundation to include Hillary Clinton in its leadership and program direction, along with questions about the foundation’s operating deficits, travel expenses, and intra-personnel disagreements. With Hillary Clinton all but assured to be a presidential candidate in 2016, the Times investigation won’t be the last inquiry into the foundation’s operations.
We’re very excited by this new guide from the Knight Foundation that walks you through the process of a Giving Day, step by step.
This edition of the Nonprofit Quarterly has been fascinating to patch together, because there is so much that is still a moving target where the new landscape of philanthropy is concerned.
The charitable gift funds like Fidelity and Schwab are growing their pools of DAFs at a remarkable pace. This article is a rundown of the landscape.
Paul Piff’s study demonstrates the wealthy are more narcissistic than low-income individuals. Nonprofits can become the mirror on the wall, either aggrandizing the donor’s sense of self or encouraging introspection.
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Another social media case is decided by the National Labor Relations Board, and this one diverges just a bit. An administrative law judge in San Francisco found that even if the use of Facebook to slam their nonprofit employer did ...
This holiday season is shaping up to be memorable—historical, even—in its loud and constant labor activism for low wage workers. This is being consistently linked to the growing wealth divide with a renewed focus on the economy, which has grown ...
The travails of the Minnesota Orchestral Association continue, with its access to their new orchestra hall now in jeopardy, and some calling for their locked-out former musicians to take up the reins of becoming a proper Minnesota Symphony.