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.
If you’re still reaching out to foundations—and you should be!—best practices are not much different. Here’s how you can stand out from the crowd.
The market is down and we are all stuck at home. One thing hasn’t changed: foundations are required to spend 5% of their corpus.
Digital marketing is essential for nonprofit organizations—and increased digital traffic during the pandemic makes it of utmost importance. Today and tomorrow, find our tips for reaching and engaging donors digitally.
Healthcare institutions across the country are hurting financially. As hospital fundraisers, now is the time to step up our game.
In the wake of COVID-19, many nonprofits have more need while many individuals have less to give. At the same time, many are considering their mortality and updating their wills. This is a great time to have planned giving on your mind.
Data is not self-interpreting. The first in a three-part series on how nonprofits can use data to aid their fundraising.
The coronavirus pandemic has shot unemployment to record highs. The road to recovery may be difficult, and we’ll need civil society to guide us along this road.
The pandemic gives us an opportunity to engage with donors on a more personal level. Here are four questions to engage your donors more candidly.
So much grantmaking is hindered by unnecessary bureaucracy. Here are four ways for foundations to cut out the fat and make their grantmaking efficient—and grantee-friendly.