Wed.May 18, 2022

Where the Money Is? — and Why That Matters for Nonprofits

NonProfit PRO

Back in the 1950s, when a reporter asked the notorious Willie Sutton why he robbed banks, he supposedly responded, “That’s where the money is.”

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Finding & Living in Your Zone of Genius


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DonorDrive Signs Alliance With the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation


The Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation relationship is one of many significant new signings for DonorDrive. This collaboration comes after a year of record customer growth for DonorDrive

7 Tips for Building a Strong Board of Governance

NonProfit PRO

Spring is here, and with it comes spring cleaning. Now could mark the perfect time for a little spring cleaning for nonprofit organizations — specifically sprucing up an organization’s board of governance.

Nonprofit Technology Adoption: Why It Matters and How to Be Successful

Discover how this high-level overview report can help get your organization in shape for technology adoption and read helpful best practices for facilitating this critical process.

Sponsors Are Customers

The Sponsorship Collective

When you think of your sponsors, what do you call them? If the answer is, “well, Chris, I call my sponsors…sponsors, duh,” then this article is for you. I know what you think I’m going to say. You should refer to your sponsors as partners instead, right?

How to Engage the Next Generation of Donors

NonProfit PRO

In this edition, we talk about Millennials and Gen Z's, and how critical they are to the future of EVERY single nonprofit. While each group comes with its own nuances and preferences, what they have in common is very clear.

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Break Free From Unsustainable Fundraising Tactics

NonProfit PRO

Personalization is the key to moving your donors into a deeper (and more valued) relationship with your organization. But siloed, outdated, inaccurate, and incomplete donor data can be a roadblock. The good news?

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How to Create a Non-Profit Editorial Calendar for Storytelling

The Storytelling Non-profit

Imagine the year is just starting. A lot of non-profit organizations are starting to create their annual plans for fundraising. In addition to figuring out how you will raise money this year, one of the key components to a fundraising plan is donor communications.

One Minute Mentoring

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Fortunately, I've benefited from having great mentors throughout my career. And, I've have the honor and good fortune to be a mentor, both formally and informally, for various individuals the past few decades. Mentoring is powerful. Both being a mentor. And, being mentored.

The power of small

Big Duck

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Become the Association Your Members Want

As the pandemic advanced, we were keenly aware of the apprehension and pain throughout our community. Clients and colleagues contacted us with questions about managing revenue shortfall, introducing new technology, and preparing for changing membership patterns. The.orgCommunity organized a Think Tank to help identify trends and crystalize our outlook on the future of membership. The sessions were facilitated by Elizabeth Engel, Chief Strategist, Spark Consulting. This article is the result of feedback gleaned during those dialogues, previous research, and the viewpoints of the.orgSource team.

In-Person Fundraising Events Are Back in Full Swing — How to Make the Most of It


With the weather warming up, fundraising events season is getting into full swing. And this year, at long last, our events are back to in person — mostly.

Giving in America: A look at philanthropy’s history and a unique Candid connection


About a month ago, Candid was tagged in a social media post from someone who had visited the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History. Specifically, they saw the exhibition Giving in America , which includes one of the first copies of Foundation Directory.

Why your nonprofit must invest in outcome measurement and a culture of innovation

ASU Lodestar Center

Illustration by Yuxin Qin. posted by Kurtis Espino Spring 2021 Alumnus, ASU Master of Nonprofit Leadership and Management.

How Does LMS Perfectly Match The Upskilling Demand Of Busy Professionals?


The ever-competitive and busy professionals want to ensure the learning goals that help them grow further in the industry. An LMS helps them fulfill their upskilling demands with ease. Know more

Achieving Organizational Transformation: Pathways to Success

Association executives—and hopefully their boards—know that they are facing perilous times. Driven by the pace of cultural and technological change, they are experiencing major disruptions in the traditional business models that used to guide organizational growth strategies.orgSource offers a straightforward approach to navigating these changes and readying your organization for growth.

Mental Health and How Nonprofits Can Fight the Stigma

Greater Giving

May is Mental Health Month—and as social and economic pressures worsen, it’s critical for nonprofits to support their staff and volunteers. Mental health is a rapidly-growing concern as two years of a pandemic, a rising cost of living, and political and social unrest worsen the risk of burnout and illness. Wellness is both a personal matter and an industry-wide one, as employees struggle with understaffed offices and even greater workloads.