Today Jeremy speaks with historian and journalist Ben Soskis about the untold story of philanthropy, and Laura Pallares shares ways to ensure your nonprofit lands on its feet after 2020.
Taking measures to strengthen your grateful patient fundraising can help your hospital raise significantly more money.
Torn this way and that by countless existential challenges, our philanthropy is pulled in numerous directions, resembling the “unsettled minds” of Americans today.
We’re all biting our nails thinking about the election. Don’t forget to be in touch with your donors.
Today Jeremy speaks with Gracy Olmstead on localism and the new sites of communal life. Justin Streiff also shares how to assess 2020 and plan for 2021.
Using premiums in direct mail can reduce or limit donor engagement—or it can boost results. Here’s how to use front-end premiums well.
In 1925, a donor left two paintings to the city of Plainfield, New Jersey. A judge had to determine whether or not the city could sell the paintings, or if that violated the donor’s will.
Foundations are best poised to succeed when they take reasonable measures to advance their mission.
Today Jeremy speaks with William B. Allen on constitutional heritage and a nation’s character and Austin Detwiler about COVID-19 giving trends and how it might affect nonprofits.
Universities should use gift agreements to preserve donor intent—and to best serve the interests of the university.