View Online  
Social Media Social Media Social Media

PARALYZED VETERANS OF AMERICA challenges you to meet your fundraising goals by targeting their generous audience of proven direct mail responders. With an average of 175,000 new donors every month, the roll-out potential and national coverage of PVA is unmatched. PVA ENHANCED DATABASE as well as DONORBASE and WILAND modeling programs are also available. Contact Britt Perry at (914) 925-2423.

6 Ways To Entice Millennial Donors
They’re here. Millennials gain prominence in society and commerce each year, making them an attractive population to help expand and diversify your organization’s donor base. What remains elusive, however, is how to attract this sect of donors, larger in number than Baby Boomers, after years of focusing on predominantly older donors: those who tend to be the most likely to give. 
read more
    Trending …
Top Stories
1) Giving Hit Record $390 Billion For 2016 
2) Opinion: Incentives for Charitable Giving Make Good Tax Policy
3) Grassley Praises WWP Management Changes

Check out NPT's NEW Video Series on NeuroFundraising!  Click here to learn more.

    Online …
Trigger Emails Greeting Donors In The Morning 
Ready, aim, fire! Trigger emails zero-in on potential donors on a platform that is close and personal. With 1 in 5 people checking their email before getting out of bed each morning, there is the potential for donors to be thinking about your cause before they even think about breakfast.  A prospective supporter providing an email address is the first step in the process of triggering personalized messaging through an automated process. Trigger emails are capable of setting off a reaction by sending specific messages to prospects based on accrued information.
read more
"One of the TOP 7 places to find a Non Profit Job online " - Forbes

Contact Darryl Canfield with questions, or for placement, @ 973-401-0202 x204 or by email at

Learn more
    Grants  …
A Balanced Approach to Grants Management 
Organizations managing grant-funded programs are anxious to stay out of trouble. Given the considerable regulations associated with government grants, especially federal grants, it’s easy to understand why abiding by the rules is the primary focus. “You’ve got to know the rules and play straight,” said Barbara Floersch, executive director of The Grantsmanship Center in Los Angeles, Calif. “But there’s much more to good grants management.” 
read more

If you are interested in advertising via print, enewsletter, custom eBlast, or on our website, contact the publisher, Ted Olczak at

  This email was sent to {{}} by {{campaign.from_email}}