Corporate fundraising is unlike individual and foundation fundraising in one key way. It has nothing to do with the donor’s philanthropic mission.
Curiously, the “Philadelphia Nun Provision” sits at the genesis of today’s charitable tax deduction
A years-long decline in university enrollment has only accelerated during the past several years of lockdowns. What will this mean for higher education revenue and alumni giving?
Are you wondering what your donors are thinking? Here are five highlights from conversations with donors.
After getting kicked off of GoFundMe, the Canadian Truckers Convoy has moved to Christian crowdfunding site, GiveSendGo, to an extraordinary reception.
Foundations fundraising can be time-consuming and exhausting. But it’s worth the work, and it will pay off in the long run.
A recent study shows that trust in nonprofits—as well as government, media, and business—is down. Here are some ideas to fight that trend.
Have we stopped to think about what it actually means to be a “Four Star Charity?” Or whether the criteria by which these charities are judged are actually . . . good?
It’s that time of year . . . the end of Q4 and the big fundraising push. With that in mind, here’s a few facts and a few tips to set you up for a successful close to the year.
American Philanthropic’s latest resources guides donors through eight questions to help them reflect on and improve their giving habits.