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August 17, 2017

How One Nonprofit Made Corporate Mentoring Work

Math-education charity Reasoning Mind teamed up with Deloitte for a training program that has yielded benefits for both sides.

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August 16, 2017

How the Junior League Got Its Groove Back

A large-scale membership survey and long-term planning helped the Association of Junior Leagues International adapt to meet the needs of today’s volunteers.

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August 08, 2017

A Tool to Help Nonprofits Assess Volunteer-Run Fundraising Campaigns

A water charity developed a "decision matrix" that lays out in columns and rows the kind of backing the organization will provide for its supporters' DIY events.

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August 03, 2017

How to Plan a Financial-Wellness Day for Your Staff

Help your employees spend time during a designated workday to create a household budget, negotiate lower bills, plan for retirement, and more.

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Directory of Services: Find Products and Services to Help Support Your Mission

The Directory is a digital resource that helps you connect with vendors who help nonprofit organizations accomplish their fundraising goals and support their organizational strategy.

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August 01, 2017

15 New Fundraising Ideas That Worked, Part I

The 92nd Street Y excites donors with cool technology, a ballet steals an airline tactic, and more.

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August 01, 2017

15 New Fundraising Ideas That Worked, Part II

Inside a “textathon,” the ultimate day planner for gift officers, and benefit parties where food steals the show. 

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August 01, 2017

15 New Fundraising Ideas That Worked, Part III

An advocacy group’s members generate social-media content, and a small charity trades events for experiments.

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August 01, 2017

From Microsoft to Gates Foundation to Local Charity: The Evolution of a Leader

Former Gates Foundation head Patty Stonesifer shares lessons she’s picked up in moving to Martha's Table, a small Washington, D.C., social-services nonprofit.

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July 28, 2017

Celebrating Success: How Fundraisers Mark Accomplishments

Symbolic traditions, surprise parties, and specialty drinks are some ways you told us your organizations recognize achievements.

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July 27, 2017

How to Keep Your Charity Neutral in a Partisan World

Nonprofit leaders offer smart tips for remaining apolitical to build bipartisan support among lawmakers and donors. The advice can also benefit groups that take a neutral stance but are plunged unexpectedly into a political controversy, as happened to the Boy Scouts this week after President Trump made a speech at its jamboree that included partisan political comments.

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Develop messaging to inspire donors

Campbell & Co shows how online surveys can help you maximize your investment in marketing collateral