Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
Corporate Social Responsibility takes many forms today, from directly supporting good causes to making products in an environmentally friendly way.
Community Development Financial Institution
Reinvests in underserved communities.
Board Members and Financial Conflicts of Interest
What is a conflict of interest? And how can board members avoid them?
A Case Statement is at the heart of your fundraising strategy.
Charitable Remainder Trust
A charitable remainder trust is attractive to donors with highly appreciated assets.
Charitable Gift Annuities
One of the simplest and most popular forms of life income gifts is the charitable gift annuity.
What is a capital campaign? How does it fit into the fundraising plan of the typical nonprofit?
Corporate foundations play an important part in philanthropy, funding many charitable causes.
Community foundations provide a haven for philanthropists who want to set up donor-advised funds easily and inexpensively.
Corporate giving provides substantial funding to charitable causes, usually through corporate foundations.
One of the most common types of nonprofits, a 501(c)(3)corporation has many...
The most tax-advantaged nonprofit classification is the 501(c)(3).
The word "charity" encompasses religion, education, and assistance to the government, promotion of health, relief of poverty or distress and other purposes that benefit the community.
What is cause-related marketing? It is not the same as corporate philanthropy, nor is it sponsorship.
A cooperative is a nonprofit membership organization.