In light of the economic impact of the coronavirus, the U.S. Senate just passed a $2 trillion relief act. Here are the five items that affect nonprofits.
Eric Streiff and Olivia Smith provide strategic advice to guide your direct-response efforts through the coronavirus pandemic.
Many organizations are asking whether they should keep mailing during the coronavirus pandemic. You can’t stop mailing—but you do want to make certain tactical shifts in light of the current fundraising environment.
The current economic downturn leaves many organizations exposed to market volatility. How should you prepare—or have prepared—for a bear market?
Philanthropy is sometimes said to be “society’s risk capital.” But without market accountability, without consumers or competitors, we can’t properly speak of philanthropic grantmaking as “risk taking.”
Everyone is wondering how donors will respond to the economic downturn. Here are some recommendations for donors—we need you to help keep nonprofits and civil society strong.
The coronavirus pandemic is affecting all of us. Here are some encouraging stories about groups making the arts available to those of us at home and supporting artists in need.
In times of economic uncertainty and global panic, like we face today, it’s tempting to step back and play it safe. If history is an indicator, this is a bad idea.
More of us are working from home than ever before, with distraction near at hand. How do we work remotely well?
A virus runs rampant. Wall Street is in a free fall. Cities are in shutdown. Airplanes are grounded. And you still need to raise money—but how?
Nonprofits feel like they are facing a crisis—but you can’t stop fundraising. Here are three tips for keeping your organization’s revenue stable in tough times.
Why progressive expertise, guilty of alarming excesses, now?
At last, our largest foundations may see benefit in foregoing all their restrictions, processes, and expectations—opting instead for trust in grantees.
The two different types of giving are substitutive, researchers find. If so, there would be implications worth exploration.