Building a Healthy and Lasting Philanthropic Relationship

There is no denying the simple fact that relationships between businesses and nonprofits should be mutually beneficial. That is, each entity should feel as though the partnership is providing measurable value. This key takeaway should lay the foundation for all interactions as both sides come to the table to discuss developing a relationship. Businesses, while …

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5 Tips for Attracting and Retaining Reliable Volunteers

Attracting and retaining reliable volunteers is difficult for any organization. There are so many obligations competing for a person's time. Here 5 Tips for attracting and retaining reliable volunteers. Understand Time Constraints. It is important for you to speak with the potential volunteer to understand how much time they have available to commit and when they …

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How Public Acknowledgement Can Attract (And Keep) Donors

Thanking people isn't just good manners. It's a powerful tool in the marketing arsenal of any non-profit organization. Particularly, acknowledging donors in public can help a non-profit grow. How does this work? Psychology People who are publicly thanked for giving, even if it is for a small amount, are more likely to give again. They …

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Your Nonprofit’s Best Fundraising Idea: Your Website

If you are one of the 1.5 million nonprofits in the U.S. seeking the estimated $374 billion in funding needed to keep these organizations running in the upcoming year, you're not alone in wondering where and how to find the money. Here are four ways to maximize your most visible resource, your nonprofit's website, as a key fundraising tool: …

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