Integrating multichannel communications will improve your fundraising results. Here are three tips to make that happen.
By focusing their attention and resources on women in need in the Phoenix area, Hope Women’s Center can respond to changing needs from women in their community.
Integrating fundraising efforts across all marketing channels has become exceedingly important for all nonprofits.
The “woke” ideology is invading philanthropy and undermining the very principles that make philanthropy possible, as well as the conditions that have helped so many people flourish.
Conversations about student loan debt need to look at more than just the staggering “total amount.” The Peterson Foundation offers a start with “10 key facts” about student loan debt.
Direct mail readers skim your letters—you’ve got seconds to convey your message. That means repetition, pith, and repetition are paramount.
Shaquille O’Neal has some sound philanthropic advice in a recent Forbes interview: “Just take care of where you’re from.”
You have little time to grab your reader’s attention. Don’t split hairs. Don’t beat around the bush. And don’t be afraid to pull on your donor’s heartstrings.
Reflecting on the Covid-19 pandemic and the new struggles it posed for driving change in educational environments helped us to identify several ways to improve our K-12 philanthropy—especially by attending to the specific needs of local communities.
Our thinning civil society has the effect of removing from so many kids the natural mentor relationships that many of us were blessed with growing up. Big Brothers Big Sisters steps in to play this role.