Door-to-door solicitations can promote neighborliness and serve as a valuable part of a healthy community.
Consider adding this question to your screening process when hiring a major gifts officer…
Broad occupational licensing laws serve to block too many applicants from the workforce—especially reformed ex-criminals.
Millennials have a bad reputation for being insignificant as a donor class. Is their giving really so minimal?
In many nonprofits, two cultures develop: a fundraising culture and a programmatic culture, creating “silo mentality” that fosters suspicion and degrades mission effectiveness.
Similarities and differences between the two philanthropic brother duos.
Two main suggestions for those wishing to help support survivors of disasters reevaluate how they choose to respond.
Funding contests where groups compete to get the most votes to win money from a corporate partner are well intentioned, but hurtful to nonprofits.
The legacy of a mid-century environmentalist socialite whose laser-focused philanthropy helped sow the seeds of anti-immigration policy
Direct response fundraising doesn’t have to be a guessing game: with proper testing, you can make data-informed decisions.
Needing to nuance intensities in tension.
And totalitarianism, transcendence, and the triumph of truth.
Progressive critiques of private philanthropy ignore prior public experience with government spending.