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Recognizing And Avoiding Fundraiser Burnout

Burnout is prevalent among fundraisers. There are statistics showing that in some cases a fundraiser lasts barely more than a year on a position. There are signs of burnout, or not burning out. Danielle Collins, ACC, NBC-HWC, a wellness coach, nonprofit consultant and head of Primavera Consulting in Sacramento, Calif., walked attendees through the signs […]

5 Trends Shaping the Future of Events

If you thought your special event was all about your organization, you are very wrong. That’s only part of the equation. Donors or prospects attending special events are seeking not just information about your nonprofit. Getting it right involves emotional intelligence, orchestrated serendipity, multimodal design, bigger than oneself and a clear sense of place, according […]

6 Ways Of Beating The Stress Of Donor Acquisition

Donor acquisition is a stressful initiative for many nonprofit fundraisers. Organizations often operate from a position of scarcity and acquisition efforts tend to be costly with less-than-inspiring returns on investment. Where there is difficulty, however, there is also opportunity. Tough margins mean that every little improvement can make a big difference. With that challenge and […]

Do Yourself a Favor And Document the Process

Competitive grant proposals include solid documentation of the problem the requested funding will address, the effectiveness of the applicant organization, commitments made by collaborators, and more. “We’re clear about the need for documentation in the proposal,” said Barbara Floersch of chief of training and curriculum for The Grantsmanship Center in Los Angeles. “Unfortunately, we’re usually […]

AICPA Issues Q&A on Direct Care of Collection Items

The American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) has issued non-authoritative guidance on the definition of direct care of collections to help nonprofits implement the Financial Standards Accounting Board (FASB) Accounting Standards Update No. 2019-03. “The requirements of the new FASB standard provide latitude in the way an entity with a collection chooses to spend the proceeds […]

$15 Million Planned For Nonprofit Security

California governor and presidential hopeful Gavin Newsom said the state will spend an additional $15 million to help with security at what he called “soft targets” such as houses of worship and nonprofits at higher risk due to ideology. The money would be included in the state’s general fund budget proposal slated to be submitted […]

Crisis Communication Before The Crisis

The call from a reporter to Hillsides, a foster care and mental health charity in Pasadena, Calif., set in motion a communications plan that resulted in more than 132.5 million impressions via media outlets from content developed and owned by the nonprofit. The organization was able to strengthen its reputation, increase brand awareness, inform people […]

Study: Philanthropists, Nonprofits Exclude People With Disabilities

Nearly three-quarters (72 percent) of people who work in the social sector say their organizations have made a public commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) and have policies that prohibit their groups from denying people with disabilities equal opportunity to participate in services and activities. Yet, a new study shows that most tax-exempt organizations […]