January 04, 2017
Nonprofit That Trained Caseworkers to Coach Clients Sees Less Employee Burnout
Professional coaching gave caseworkers new tools to help social-service clients and offered a bonus — less stress for the caseworkers.
December 15, 2016
How Emily’s List Turned Donors’ Attention to Planned Giving
Sensing supporters’ curiosity about legacy gifts, the pro-choice political-action committee surveyed donors and adapted communications to draw more bequests.
August 25, 2016
A Tech Solution Helps a Busy Charity’s Clients Find Help
Action for Boston Community Development built a computer system to make it easier to navigate its wide variety of social services and locations.
August 24, 2016
A Fellowship Program Creates Paths to Boosting Diversity at Foundations
By introducing professionals of color to work in the field, a regional network of grant makers aims to make philanthropy more inclusive and effective.
July 06, 2016
Data at the Speed of Life
Rather than making charities wait years for study findings, IDinsight offers feedback while projects are ongoing so organizers can change course midstream and get the most from limited resources.
May 02, 2016
Best of Online Fundraising: Tactics That Work
The Chronicle asked experts and readers to identify charities that stand out in their use of the Internet to gain support and sell their causes.