As the current Brewers owner says, “Teams can go in two directions” when major setbacks happen.
It’s a common complaint that vast swathes of Americans live on less than two dollars a day. But is this research accurate?
A “come-to-history” moment about the long and winding road ahead, deeper into a dictatorship of virtue.
Examining some proposals.
“Stewardship,” traditionally, implies a hierarchy, a notion of subservience. Is it a fitting word for the fundraising profession today?
Those who care about the sector should probably be a little unsettled.
Though he notes some reasonable concerns about the poor use of certain giving vehicles, John Arnold’s expectation that government regulation can fix things is off base.
Direct mail prospecting, sending letters to strangers who have a reasonable chance of being interested in your mission, remains the cheapest and most efficient way to acquire new donors.
A (merely) diversity-minded progressive donor should indeed venture with utmost caution into the unsettled new world of cultural philanthropy.
We have been here before: a debate about capitalism between clerics and capitalists occurred during preparation of a bishops’ pastoral letter on the economy in America almost four decades ago. The lay letter on the economy warrants serious re-examination given the new debates into which its concepts should be re-introduced.