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  • 6 Ways To Crowdsource Blog Content

    By Marlene Oliveira — December 11, 2014

    Your nonprofit has a blog. Awesome. You have a plan that outlines post content and frequency. Fantastic. You’re ready to roll up your sleeves and start creating content…wait…that’s a lot of content. How are you going to produce it all? You’re going to crowdsource your blog content.

  • Colorado Nonprofits Grab $26.2 Million In A Day

    By Patrick Sullivan — December 10, 2014

    Colorado Gives Day set another record for the state’s nonprofits. Participants raised $26.2 million, a 27.8 percent increase from 2013’s giving day total of $20.5 million. The number of donors increased to 107,862 from 88,571 in 2013.

  • Disaster Giving Topped $100 Million in 2012

    By Zach Halper — December 10, 2014

    Foundations made 884 grants totaling $111 million for disaster relief during 2012, according to the Center for Disaster Philanthropy’s newly-released Measuring the State of Disaster Philanthropy Report.

  • How NonProfit Talent Match Helps Job Seekers

    By The NonProfit Times — December 9, 2014

    For years now, job seekers have come to rely on The NonProfit Times‘ Career Center for the highest quality nonprofit jobs. That goal has expanded even further with the launch of NonProfit Talent Match.

  • Donors’ Data Breached But On Smaller Scales

    By Mark Hrywna — December 9, 2014

    The first thing that might come to mind when you hear the words data breach is the recent hacks of large corporations such as Home Depot, Chase and Target that possibly exposed millions of usernames, passwords and other records. Hacking a nonprofit isn’t likely to breach 76 million records as is estimated with Chase or yield a bounty of credit card information, but who knows the motivation of some people?

  • Study: You Can’t Avoid A Sure Thing

    By Patrick Sullivan — December 8, 2014

    There’s a reason there’s no such thing as death insurance. It’s called life insurance. When faced with the prospect of their own mortality, most people’s first reaction is avoidance. Fundraisers talking to planned giving prospects face the same thing, since the event being planned for is the prospect’s death.

  • Find Nonprofit Services With The 2015 Buyers’ Guide

    By The NonProfit Times — December 5, 2014

    Are you looking for an authoritative directory of suppliers for your nonprofit? Look no further than our recently-released 2015 Buyers’ Guide.

  • Wisconsin United Ways Merge

    By Patrick Sullivan — December 4, 2014

    United Way of Greater Milwaukee (UWGM) and United Way in Waukesha County (UWWC), plan to merger to become United Way of Greater Milwaukee and Waukesha County. While the official date of the merger is Feb. 1, “We are beginning integration immediately,” said Lori Holly, director of marketing and communications at UWGM.

  • Santa Brings SOS $13 Million In Royalties

    By Mark Hrywna — December 3, 2014

    SOS Children’s Villages-USA is now in the music business – sort of. The Washington, D.C.-based charity dedicated to supporting orphaned and abandoned children received a $13-million gift from the Trust of Harry and Carol Goodman, part of which came in the form of partial stock ownership in three subsidiaries of a music company.

  • Leaders Again Push For America Gives More Act

    By Paul Clolery — December 3, 2014

    Five leading nonprofit advocacy organizations yesterday took the opportunity of the #GivingTuesday international day of fundraising to send a letter to President Barack Obama and Congressional leadership urging them to enact charitable provisions found in the America Gives More Act (H.R. 4719).

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