Why do people give? Makes ‘em feel good?
What’s behind philanthropy? Maybe something like this: Act like a good, decent person. That’s also the definition of a mensch that Noah Alper offers in his book “Business Mensch.”
Nonprofits are finding more and more each day that giving donors an easy way to contribute money can help in a big way for fundraising.
No grantmaking organization will bestow money on a project that is worthless. There are so many that are worthwhile, however, that funders can have difficulty selecting those that have real merit.
A strategic plan for your parish will take a lot of hard work. It’s not the kind of project a sane person would take up alone. And it might take a large team to follow through on comprehensive strategic plan, according to Theresa Shubeck, executive vice president of Ruotolo Associates Inc.
The balance of power is shifting in favor of the consumer. You shouldn’t ignore how much people outside of the organization can sway the opinion and conversation about your brand and their experiences with you.
Did you ever wonder what people interacting with your organization think of it? You want to find out what they love or hate about the organization — why they stay for years or go after a few experiences.
Google has become so popular that the company has become a verb. You don’t conduct an online search, you Google a term.
Strategic planning is a phrase can strike fear, loathing and a general feeling of laziness to those who hear it. But a strategic plan can help a parish develop into the community that parishioners hope for, according to Theresa Shubeck, executive vice president of Ruotolo Associates Inc.
Like the guy who was talking so fast his tongue got in front of his eye teeth and he couldn’t see what he was saying, information technology (IT) has brought wonderful possibilities to the nonprofit sector, even as it has baffled many managers and, if not used properly, has even been counterproductive.