Coming February 2022, Salesforce will require all licenses to employ Multi-Factor Authentication. Here’s what you need to know.
Philanthropy is evermore concerned with “thinking big.” But are there virtues in “thinking small”—and what can you achieve then?
It’s no small task—and takes no small amount of trust—to hire an MGO. Here’s how to find a great fundraiser.
Obsession with numbers and metrics does the philanthropist—and his grantee—no favors.
Giridharadas prescribes the replacement of one center of power for another. Where does that leave civil society?
Macro-trends, future-telling, and sector reports have their place. But they aren’t nearly as important as the fundamentals—and just cultivating donors.
In the wake of lockdowns and increased digital use and access, keeping orchestras funded and relevant will be no small task. They need to engage donors and make the experience excellent.
NoteWorthy Credit Union makes loans that banks won’t make. This is civil society at work, supporting culture in a way that the for-profit sector cannot.
One way to improve donor meetings and strengthen donor relationships is to bring a “meeting partner”—someone else from within your organization.
Efforts to legislate philanthropy should focus on making charitable giving benefits accessible to more Americans—not more complicated and less accessible.
Going into a donor meeting unprepared is the surest way to secure a bad outcome. Here are some essential tips for preparing a donor meeting.
An outline of options.
The “playing field” and potential proposals.