Aristotle codified it but many have said: all human actions are done for the sake of some end. A valuable principle in life, this can help our fundraising, too.
If you’re reaching out to foundations in the midst of this pandemic, best practices are not much different. But it’s more important than ever that you stand out from the crowd. Here’s how you can do that.
Emergency times call for emergency measures—but not precedent. However, emergency times may help us to see more clearly, including helping foundations improve their giving.
It’s Lent and mortality is on everyone’s mind. Do you have planned giving information on your website?
It’s the “digital age” but direct mail still works. We might even see a “golden age” of direct mail.
Saint Augustine thought infants were ineluctably selfish. But a new study suggests that they may be more likely to behave altruistically. Why?
NextAfter invites you to participate in a new online fundraising benchmark survey. This survey will create a new online fundraising benchmark report to help you see how your online fundraising compares and where you can improve.
The Chronicle of Philanthropy reports on an “unlikely donor.” John Hollingsworth is an admirable donor, committed to generously serving his hometown.
The Foundation for Economic Education, in partnership with a major grant from the John Templeton Foundation, just released the results of a three-year research study on how to communicate to younger audiences ideas about liberty and limited government.
Kaylen Ward, known as “The Naked Philanthropist,” raised $1 million for the Australian wildfires by sending nude photographs. Her philanthropy receives less criticism than that of many major donors. What does this tell us?