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Overall giving in Canada grew 2.7 percent during the three-month period ending Feb. 28, 2014, compared to the same period one year earlier and online giving grew 7.2 percent.
A public sector training program for nonprofit and public sector workers in Detroit will be subsidized by the Community Foundation for Southeastern Michigan. The program will teach employees economic development, land use, city systems, planning and neighborhood development.
Concerns regarding rising healthcare costs have been at or near the top of the worry list of many nonprofit executives. An analysis of the Nonprofit Organizations Salary and Benefits Reports for 2010 through 2013, along with conversations with executives, shows the concern benefits have on the budget’s bottom line.
Email lists and online donations continued to grow for some of the most active nonprofits on the web but open rates and response rates declined again last year, according to a new study.
Do you know someone who has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to improve the lives of children? If so, the NASCAR Foundation wants you to nominate this individual for its Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award.
Are you seeking your next great job in the nonprofit sector but unsure what kind of salary and benefits you can expect? Or are you a nonprofit employer wondering if you offer the salary and benefits top talent is looking for?
Recruiting a donor is like a light switch, according to Diana Ruano: Either you get someone or you don’t. Development and stewardship is more complicated. “It’s a volume dial,” she said.
Every single aspect of a grant proposal offers you an opportunity to gain or lose credibility. “I’ve reviewed thousands of grant proposals,” said Barbara Floersch, director of The Grantsmanship Center in Los Angeles, “and the credibility or believability of your organization and the project it is proposing is the most critical issue in winning funds.”
Acquisition means not only acquiring donors but also acquiring the best means of securing as many donors as possible who will donate as much money as possible.
One method of determining donor satisfaction is the mystery shopping test, which uses phone, email and mail to gain information about donors’ experiences with a nonprofit.