In the first episode of “Giving Ventures,” DonorsTrust investigates poverty in America and interviews three nonprofits dedicated to reducing it.
You do no one any favors when you don’t invest in or understand hiring. Here’s what you need to avoid in order to hire better.
There were certainly some big mistakes along the way, but Carnegie’s advice to philanthropists is not without merit.
Helen Andrews’ “BOOMERS: The Men and Women Who Promised Freedom and Delivered Disaster” not only offers a piercing insight into the Boomer generation and its self-destructive flaws—it holds up a mirror to ourselves, as well.
If you’re a fundraiser, you’re probably familiar with donor fatigue. Here’s what lies at the heart of that fatigue and how you can address it as a fundraiser.
What type of friendship is a donor relationship? Is it really “not about the money”?
Have you thought about your donation page recently? Here’s how to improve your page to get more gifts.
Elise Westhoff’s stance on woke philanthropy from the helm of The Philanthropy Roundtable carves out space for donors who want to oppose today’s “woke” fads.
Who shows up more in your fundraising copy, you or your donor? Here’s how to check your pronouns.
When Nikole Hannah-Jones was under review for tenure at UNC, a mega-donor who named the journalism school confidentially—and controversially—expresed his opposition to her tenure.