As you prepare for your year-end push, here are four quick ways to improve your nonprofit database.
Catch the second episode of Philanthropy Daily’s new podcast, Givers, Doers, & Thinkers! Jeremy speaks with T.K. Coleman today.
In Givers, Doers, & Thinkers, Alicia Manning explains that philanthropists needs a “high tolerance for dissonance.” Human life is messy, not uniform, and humane philanthropy embraces that.
Even as Covid-19 keeps us apart, civil society organizations continue to bring people together to tackle local challenges.
Taking a new approach to fundraising would help reinvigorate parishes financially and spiritually.
Successfully creating a COVID-19 vaccine will require much creativity and will be the fruit of many smaller victories along the way. Philanthropy can play an important role in these areas.
Announcing Givers, Doers, & Thinkers, Philanthropy Daily’s new podcast on the intersection of philanthropy and civil society.
Higher education has become infatuated with “sustainability,” even as it has become increasingly unsustainable. It is time for a new approach to the higher education model.
The Coronavirus pandemic disrupted our lives and our careers. It reminds us of the ineluctable uncertainty in our lives.
Healthcare institutions across the country are hurting financially. As hospital fundraisers, now is the time to step up our game.
In the decades before “darkness” was deemed descriptive.
Names at the top of the list, math on the “back of the envelope:” outnumbered, outspent.