Dollars for Doers is a special corporate grant program that provides both employee volunteers for charities and grants based on that volunteer work as well.
As the Baby Boomer wave rolls into its elder years, it represents an ocean of money, volunteer time, and energy for nonprofits.
Nonprofits are becoming more entrepreneurial. An expert in combining profit and mission tells how it can be done.
Every dollar counts when charities fund raise. That's why matching gifts, available to many employees, should not be overlooked. Nonprofits can help remind donors about matching opportunities.
Matching employee charitable giving is fundamental to modern corporate philanthropy. But how do these programs work, and how can your charity benefit?
Why do some fundraising appeals work and others fall on their faces? Human psychology is to blame.
Who gives what and how? How does age affect how donors give?
If you think that raising more funds and friends for your small nonprofit is beyond your means, consider these tips from a nonprofit expert.
Good customer relationship management is just as important for a nonprofit as a business. The bar is high...can your organization clear it?
Setting up and funding an endowment should be a priority for nonprofit boards and management. Endowment income provides a steady source of support for years into the future.
Bricks and mortar capital campaigns are so yesterday. Think instead of raising capacity capital that you can use to become more sustainable.
By the weekend after the earthquake, the American Red Cross had raised more than $10 million for Haiti relief through its text-to-give campaign.
Thanks to Blackbaud's new Index of Charitable Giving, fundraisers will no longer be in the dark about the trends in philanthropic giving and restricted to guessing about when to launch important fundraising campaigns or how to approach donors whose moods are often inscrutable.
The Kiwanis International Foundation, Inc. entered the Chase Community Giving competition for nonprofits in late 2009. Kiwanis International won $25,000 in the contest, after receiving enough votes to place in the top 100 charities.
Before a small or startup nonprofit gets into direct-mail fundraising, it should establish some basic procedures and regular mailings.