Nonprofits can now take a survey to measure their performance and compare their fundraising programs against the highest performing organizations in their sectors.
Shady direct mail tactics, like crying wolf, have diminishing returns over time.
Several authors reflect on the value of nonprofit fundraising as a vocation and its role in strengthening our democracy. They also also offer important practical tips for fundraising professionals.
Six things you must do in order to start a successful planned giving program at your nonprofit.
Like cats on the internet, fundraising fads can be fun to play with. But they ultimately harm your organization by fixating on lower return strategies, implicitly endorsing false premises, and misallocating precious resources.
Too many nonprofits spend too much time navigating the complex maze of funding restrictions, time that could be better spent delivering and improving on services.
Good research can mean the difference between going into a meeting feeling at ease or on edge. Here are some of the best donor research tools out there.
Toss the spreadsheets in the trash. If your database makes you feel like Theseus navigating the Labyrinth, then it’s time for a change.
What should you look for in a prospective board member? How big should your board be? What should you expect and require of its members?
Until the moment of need strikes, the high costs of employee turnover are rarely dwelled upon by nonprofit leaders.