April 26, 2017
How a Shared Database Is Helping 4 Nonprofits Help the Jobless
The foundation-funded technology enables groups to collectively track and report results and better serve their clients.
March 09, 2017
How Four Charities Raised Money by Collaborating, Not Competing
A quartet of New York nonprofits working on racial, gender, and economic justice created a joint fundraising campaign that celebrated the strength of those they serve.
January 10, 2017
4 Ways to Modernize a College Phone-athon Program
A top Colorado State fundraiser talks about how the university is using data analytics and a personal touch to keep money flowing in by phone.
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.
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.
April 21, 2016
Group Helps Charities Focus on Programs, Not Overhead
Mission Edge in San Diego provides an unusually broad array of low-cost administrative services, freeing its clients to do more with less.
March 31, 2016
8 Questions to Ask Before Building a Culture of Philanthropy at Your Nonprofit
For nonprofits that want all employees to share responsibility for meeting fundraising goals, here are key questions to ask as you prepare for the shift in mind-set.
March 07, 2016
Museum’s ‘Pay What You Wish’ Admission Policy Pays Off
Revenue from admissions rose 20 percent and attendance rose 69 percent at the Museum of Photographic Arts in San Diego after guests were invited to decide the value of a visit.