As you move into the end of the year and prepare for the new year, here are four quick ways to improve your nonprofit database.
Nonprofit fundraising is more than making the “ask,” it’s about fostering relationships with your prospective and current supporters. These are the essential features your database should have in order to achieve just that.
Many grantmaking foundations are invested in strengthening American communities, but few are actually involved in those communities they support and receive little advice from those they support.
Today Jeremy speaks with Ismael Hernandez about his Marxist upbringing in Puerto Rico and discovery of freedom in America.
Big Tech doesn’t love you, but it does want to know you. Michael Matheson Miller has recommendations for avoiding the contagion of Big Tech.
Jonathan Haidt’s “The Righteous Mind” offers insight into why we disagree with each other and how we might better communicate. With our divided political climate, it is an important book for Americans who are seeing the “lesser angels” of their compatriots.
Today Jeremy speaks with Philip Hamburger about the surprising origins of the IRS’s restrictions on a charity’s political speech, and why those restrictions ought to be regarded as unconstitutional.
We’re staring down December and praying for a successful end-of-year campaign. Does that mean we’re entering our “most important” month?
Center for Civil Society director, Jack Fowler, sat down with Heather Higgins, Dick DeVos, and John Miller to consider whether philanthropies ought to sunset.
It’s a crowded field on Giving Tuesday, but there’s no reason to sit that day out. Here are 4 tips for a successful Giving Tuesday that doesn’t overwhelm you.