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Merged National Service NPOs Become Social Current

The Alliance for Strong Families and Communities in Washington, D.C. and Milwaukee, Wisc. and the New York City-based Council on Accreditation for Children and Family Services have completed their merger and rebranding. The resulting organization, rebranded as Social Current, is headquartered in Washington D.C. The merger is the result of a year’s worth of exploratory […]

When Chaos Ruled, Best NPOs Kept Staff Working

It’s not all puppy dogs and ice cream, even at the Best Nonprofits. The United States Tennis Association Mid-Atlantic Section (USTA MAS) rarely has any voluntary turnover among its 21 employees. But like at many nonprofits, the pandemic forced difficult decisions at USTA MAS. The Herndon, Va.-based organization laid off about one-third of its staff […]

COVID Makes Bequest Asks More Delicate

COVID-19 was the third leading cause of death in the United States during 2020, with heart disease and cancer in their usual positions in the top two spots, respectively. The nation’s death rate increased during 2020 for the first time since 2017, according to provisional data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). […]

Agency Thompson Habib Denison Acquired By Moore

The consolidation of fundraising agencies continues as international agency Thompson Habib Denison (THD) in Lincoln, Mass., was acquired by constituent experience management (CXM) company Moore. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Moore now has at least 40 companies under its umbrella with more than 3,000 employees. THD will continue to be led by Jay […]

Get In Early For A Piece Of $8 Million From Facebook

Facebook will match up to $8 million during GivingTuesday, with a slightly different matching scenario to help spread the wealth to more organizations. Marcy Scott Lynn, Social impacts partnership lead at Facebook, led a virtual session titled “Using Facebook and Instagram This GivingTuesday and Beyond” during the recent GivingTuesday Summit, ahead of GivingTuesday on Nov. […]

Does Your Donor Need a Receipt?

Good news, you’ve received a $1,000 contribution from a generous donor. Of course, as a responsible and caring nonprofit manager, you’ll send a gracious acknowledgement of the donation. It’s not just good manners, it’s good development practice to let donors know that their money is going to work for things they care about—and that your […]

Leveraging Giving Moments To Drive Participation

How many emails should nonprofits send? As many as you can make interesting, according to Woodrow Rosenbaum. He is chief data officer for the GivingTuesdayData Commons. Rosenbaum emphasized the points that the past several years have been anything but typical for fundraising but also that organizations must not be shy about asking for donations — […]

NPO Jobs Recovery Stalled In September

Nonprofit job growth slowed in September with the first overall monthly loss of 2021 bringing to an end eight consecutive months of job gains. Overall, nonprofits lost an estimated 2,499 workers compared to August, representing an additional loss of about 0.4% over the 557,000 jobs still lost as of August. It’s only the third time […]

Commission Launched To Study Giving & Volunteering Trends

The launch of a two-year series of studies and discussions regarding American philanthropy was unveiled today with a nod to the “Commission on Private Philanthropy and Public Needs,” tabbed as the “Filer Commission.” The Generosity Commission is made up of a nonpartisan group of leaders across business, philanthropy and civil society who plan to address the […]

Direct Cash Blunted Dramatic Rise In Poverty

Direct cash payments, including stimulus payments and expanded unemployment insurance benefits, helped New Yorkers get by during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new study. Cash assistance was used by individuals to cover things like rent, mortgage payments, utilities, and food. Once basic needs were met, people used cash assistance to pay down credit card […]