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Creepy Clowns Impact Mission, Donors
Creepy, “killer” clowns cropped up in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Florida and then across the country -- drawing community concerns and headlines in the local news. Tim Cunningham, a professional clown, counts himself among those who are not laughing.“What’s key is that these are not real clowns,” Cunningham said.
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Looking Ahead Through a Rearview Mirror
Nonprofit managers need to be prepared for the future. Fundraising, staffing, operations, cybersecurity, changes in client demographics are just a few examples of the areas that offer potential challenges for the philanthropic sector as the 21st century gallops ahead. Some issues can be foreseen, but many cannot.
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When It Comes To Staff: Train To Gain
The nonprofit section is more competitive than ever before in terms of hiring the best talents, so keeping them in tip-top shape is easier, and more critical, than ever before. Talent, and fundraising, are the two critical factors linked inextricably to any solid development office, said Msgr. John J. Enzler, president and CEO of Catholic Charities of Washington, who shared his insights recently at the National Catholic Development Conference, which was held Oct. 10 in National Harbor, Md.
Effective fundraising requires such a sophisticated, nuanced approach that large-scale categorization will no longer suffice in many fundraising areas. For example, nonprofits might need to look more closely at the term “Asian.”