Salesforce.org Being Folded Into Parent Firm

April 16, 2019       Paul Clolery      

The Salesforce.org social enterprise of cloud software giant Salesforce is being melded back into the company and Salesforce is paying $300 million to make it happen. The firm has been selling customer or constituent relationship software at a discount or giving it away with nonprofits eventually paying various service fees.

Special Events: They Just Don’t Happen

April 16, 2019       The NonProfit Times      

Planning a donor cultivation event takes time and planning. One element of the planning is why you are holding the event. You’d think it’s about the money. It isn’t.

Volunteer Time Value Hits All-Time High

April 12, 2019       Paul Clolery      

The value of a volunteer’s time hit an all-time high during 2018 at $25.43 an hour, up 3 percent from 2017. It’s an increase of 20.3 percent since 2008 when the rate was $20.25.

NPOs To Get First Crack Residential Real Estate

April 11, 2019       The NonProfit Times      

Legislation that would put nonprofits at the front of the line to buy multi-family buildings in San Francisco is expected to easily win approval from the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.

2019 Best Nonprofits To Work For

April 10, 2019       Mark Hrywna      

“One thing we’re big on here is data analytics,” said Eric Dill, senior vice president, human resources, at American Arbitration Association (AAA). Just don’t call it “Moneyball” for nonprofits.

Community Brands Buys Attendee Interactive

April 4, 2019       Darryl Canfield      

Community Brands has made its third acquisition in the nonprofit event space in just the past two weeks, acquiring Attendee Interactive, a Marriottsville, Md., company specializing in conference planning and event management.

Risk Management: Your Coffee Pot Is Dangerous

April 4, 2019       Darryl Canfield      

Threats to your organization can come in many forms. Sure, it can be a headline-grabbing storm of some kind or an attention-getting bomb threat, or perhaps a hacker. But it also can come in the form of something as seemingly innocuous as a power outage, water leak or coffee machine. And yet, three out of four organizations have no disaster recovery plan.

Special Olympics Has Had Gold Medal Fundraising

April 4, 2019       Mark Hrywna      

Special Olympics has been in the spotlight the past week over proposed federal funding cuts. Federal grant money is but a fraction of the funds raised each year by the national organization, which has some 51 affiliates.

Best Nonprofits To Work For: Flexibility, Benefits And Feeling Appreciated Key Top Nonprofits

April 1, 2019       Darryl Canfield      

“One thing we’re big on here is data analytics,” said Eric Dill, senior vice president, human resources, at American Arbitration Association (AAA). Just don’t call it “Moneyball” for nonprofits.

Moore DM Group Picks Gretchen Littlefield As CEO

March 28, 2019       Paul Clolery      

Moore DM Group has again hired away a leader from a leading firm in the nonprofit direct response industry. Gretchen Littlefield, president of Infogroup Media Solutions, is going to the Tulsa, Okla.-based firm as chief executive officer.

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