Approximately 11 percent of Greenpeace USA canvassers walked off the job earlier this month. A Change.org petition and social media campaign have been launched in an effort to increase their job security and input in organizational decisions. Sixteen of 19 canvassers in San Diego began their stri… Read More »
The largest sponsor of Boy Scouts councils in the country will remain a chartering organization, according to a statement released yesterday. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Council of the First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Apostles issued a statement about its relationship… Read More »
When a city goes through a tragic and traumatic shock -- whether in the form of a terrorist attack, natural disaster, violent unrest or major population loss -- the road to recovery can look endless. But the subsequent journey can also be liberating, freeing local leaders from the mistakes of the pa… Read More »
It looked like something out of a Hollywood movie. Major portions of the city of New Orleans were underwater. Beyond the city were incredible scenes of devastation along the central Gulf Coast from Louisiana to Alabama. While it might have looked like a movie scene, it was a painful reality. And … Read More »
Longtime civil rights and nonprofit sector leader Julian Bond died Saturday in Fort Walton Beach, Fla., after what family members described only as a brief illness. He was 75. “From his days as a young activist to his years as both an elder statesman and NAACP chairman emeritus, Julian Bond in… Read More »
A $350-billion student loan relief proposal by the current front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination will look familiar to charities. Hillary Clinton, who leads Democrats for the 2016 nomination, this week unveiled the “New College Compact,” a plan that aims to make college tuition… Read More »
Blackbaud continues to expand into the K-12 private school market announcing the acquisition of Smart Tuition for $190 million. It’s the largest of three acquisitions for the Charleston, S.C.-based software and service provider to nonprofits since hiring a new president and CEO less than two years… Read More »
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Mission-related zeal will take an organization only so far. Most nonprofits find success starts with the click of a mouse button. Advocacy is important, but fundraising is most nonprofits’ lifeblood. Organizations should use one-click donation buttons on their appeal pages.
Facebook yesterday announced a new Donate Now button on link ads and Pages for nonprofit organizations that directs users to a charity’s web site.
A technology mogul and collection of noted philanthropists from New York, San Diego, Utah and Pennsylvania are among this year’s recipients of the Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy.
Fundraisers at schools, colleges and universities in the United States estimate that donations to their institutions grew 5.1 percent during the academic year that ended June 30, according to survey results released this month by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE).
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