Day-to-day pressures in the nonprofit sector can often lead to an inability to consider big-picture concerns, such as the role of philanthropy in a democracy.
To help solicitors overcome their fear of the ask, Ann Fritschner, ACFRE, of Raising Funds Effectively, LLC, in Hendersonville, N.C., offered seven steps to successful solicitations at a recent Association of Fundraising Professionals International conference.
A procedure known as email append, adding an email address to a postal name and address, is gaining popularity among nonprofits for its efficiency and success.
At the recent DMA 2008 New York Nonprofit Conference, Lisa Greco of the Guideposts Foundation talked about premiums that have worked, as well as some that haven’t, and also offered some hard lessons her organization has learned about using premiums.
Conducting a request for proposals (RFP) can be a time-consuming and frustrating exercise, but many nonprofits find themselves having to go through the pain at some time or other.
Many nonprofits have dedicated themselves to ensuring a planet on which we don’t choke ourselves in our own garbage, but being green is becoming a concern for all organizations, regardless of mission.
Sustainable marketing is a virtuous circle. That was the message from Nicole Rousseau, speaking for the banking corporation HSBC at the recent Cause Marketing Forum in Chicago.
Any fundraising can be full of difficulties, but endowment fundraising brings its own set of challenges.
Every major charity or school with a physical plant where people can see big letters has a naming rights opportunity. The concept is here to stay.
This plaintive question can occur anywhere, and it often pops up among nonprofit fundraisers when they hear about a technique that a colleague claims has been successful.
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