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  • The Essential Guide to Social Media for Nonprofits

    As a nonprofit, you know just how important social media can be. The ebook, The Essential Guide to Social Media for Nonprofits, provides you a primer for making effective decisions for your strategy whether you’re new to the social media space or looking to improve your existing presence.

  • Year-End Fundraising Survival Guide

    With such a big portion of online gifts happening in this sprint to the end of the year, it’s critical that nonprofits have a game plan to be ready for this opportunity. This guide will help you communicate more effectively and optimize your online fundraising strategy to convert more donors, receive larger gifts, and set the stage for long-term donor retention.

  • Why Cloud Computing Makes Sense For Nonprofits

    Nonprofits are experiencing increased pressure, oversight, and demand for transparency from all sides. Whether the focus is government compliance, competition for funding, or accountability for outcomes, it is critical that nonprofit organizations have the edge in technology tools that improve their efficiency, reduce costs, and increase their visibility. This paper looks at the key benefits and concerns around the cloud, examines the current state of cloud computing, and helps nonprofits understand why cloud computing offers tremendous opportunity with limited risk.

  • The State of Digital Data in the Top 50 Nonprofit Organizations in the U.S.

    This whitepaper sets out to quantify a snapshot of the $316 billion philanthropic and nonprofit sector’s maturity in online analytics by looking at the top 50 nonprofit organizations in the United States.

  • The 5 Myths That Are Increasing Your Nonprofit’s HR Costs

    Has your nonprofit ever struggled with particularly tough HR challenges and taken a gamble on what the right next steps were? If so, you’re not alone. That’s why the Unemployment Services Trust decided to unmask some of the most commonly held *wrong* beliefs about employee turnover and unemployment claims. For a limited time, download the white paper just for nonprofit employers and find out which myths might be hurting your organization, whether you are overpaying for unemployment claims, and how you can proactively reduce HR costs.

  • Nonprofit CRM: The Constituent-Centric Technology Platform

    Increasingly, integrated software, systems, and technology are being offered by world-class software companies to provide development platforms with the key enabling capabilities on which modern service organizations are built. This eliminates the need to cobble together a series of unrelated point solutions in an attempt to meet the growing needs of the organization.StratusLIVE is changing the game by offering a Constituent-Centric Relationship Management (CRM) solution for nonprofits. This paper outlines how nonprofit CRM can be a Constituent-Centric Technology platform, how it differs from point solutions, and the benefits it offers nonprofits in the future.

  • #GivingTuesday Campaign Planner

    This December 2, will mark the 3rd annual #GivingTuesday. Use this #GivingTuesday Campaign Planner as a resource for your #GivingTuesday strategy and to help coincide with your end-of-year fundraising plan. With a little preparation, #GivingTuesday can be the just the boost your year-end fundraising campaign needs to win the hearts and minds (and hopefully the wallets) of those already in the giving spirit.

  • The 2015 Buyer’s Guide to Accounting and Financial Software

    The demands on Nonprofit finance teams to—improve productivity, create greater levels of transparency and visibility, enhance the governance of the organization, and strengthen the team’s decision making and strategic focus—have increased significantly. At the same time, the choices for accounting and financial software have become much more complex. How do you begin to research, evaluate, and select the right software for your Nonprofit?

  • Nonprofit Investment Challenges 2014

    SEI’s Nonprofit Management Research Panel recently completed a survey of executives and Investment Committee members from nonprofits in the U.S. to gauge their current investment challenges and concerns. The poll was completed by 150 executives from nonprofits ranging in size from $25 million to $5 billion in assets. The findings focus on participant responses on the use of alternatives, better leveraging the Investment Committee, risk management concerns and strategies, and opinions around investment outsourcing. The poll’s findings show how nonprofits are evolving to improve the overall effectiveness of the investment portfolio in achieving the organization’s mission. To read the complete survey findings download the free poll summary from SEI today.

  • 5 Ways To Psych Out Stakeholders

    Gary Belsky has been writing about decision making for almost 20 years, and remains amazed at the degree to which the field continues to change the way businesses interact with customers. Such disruptions, of course, haven’t been limited to for-profit organizations. Nonprofits can also use psychologicalinsights to widen their networks, strengthen existing relationships and turn cold leads warmer. “5 Ways to Psych Out Stakeholders” contains a handful of recent takeaways from the academic literature that can improve the way your NPO interacts with board members, donors, volunteers and employees.


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