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The Nonprofit Times  
Weekly Newsletter-August 29, 2016 


The migrant crisis in the Mediterranean is one of the most iconic humanitarian tragedies of our generation. Thousands of people die at sea every year fleeing war, persecution and violence. MOAS is a private search and rescue charity dedicated to rescuing migrants along the world’s deadliest routes. We believe that no one deserves to die at sea. Donate now and help us save lives this fall.


Nonprofit Mailers Get a Break From the USPS

Mailers might be getting more bang for their buck come January as weight caps on standard and first class commercial mail are expected to increase, according to a United State Postal Service (USPS) proposal. 


Nonprofit accounting regulations and standards continue to evolve —from determining fair market value on unconditional promises, to reporting classifications for restricted funds. Join us for the one hour webinar "Meeting Evolving Nonprofit Regulations and Standards", as nonprofit accounting expert, Jacqueline Tiso of JMT Consulting, explains how nonprofits can leverage their accounting systems to effectively meet and comply with ever evolving regulations and standards. 




Branding …

Going Bananas Could Be A Good Thing


Increasing sales of fruits and vegetables is as simple as increasing interesting and innovative marketing. It’s that easy. During a presentation at the Cause Marketing Forum’s annual conference in Chicago called “Acting Like a Big Brand,” new strategies were shared to boost a nonprofit’s engagement and market penetration. The same approach can be applied to nonprofits seeking to increase engagement on social media.





Donors …

5 Tips For Making Them Part Of The Team


Although “analytics” is a term often used in relation to gauging success in, there is a trend toward using Turning your donors into fundraisers can be seamless with the encouragement, motivation, and technology. During a session at the recent Bridge to Integrated Marketing Conference in National Harbor, Md., Caryn Stein, vice president of content and communications at Network for Good, Brandi Powell, director of development and community relations at Interfaith Works, and Mary Jo Bean, assistant director of development at Interfaith Works presented “The Secret to Turning Donors into Fundraisers.” Some of the secrets they revealed were: 


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Grants …

Shining Up Your Proposal


Applying for a grant is like selling a car. You want to be sure everything is in ideal condition to earn top dollar in a competitive market. Grants are a great way to fund your organization’s mission, but making your proposal stand out from the crowd might appear to be an impossible feat. 




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