Wed.May 15, 2024

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Study: Accounting for the Role of Gender is Critical to Maximizing Philanthropic Impact

NonProfit PRO

A new report by The Bridgespan Group shows that considering gender in philanthropic endeavors can accelerate the pace of progress.

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Change Management for Grantmakers: The Center for Disaster Philanthropy’s Journey to Better Grantmaking

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In early 2022, the Center for Disaster Philanthropy began an organization-wide grants change management review. The goal was to become better grantmakers by completing a review of our practices, processes and forms. We incorporated learnings and feedback from grantee partners. We also ensured that we reflected industry best practices for funders and our own organizational values were embedded deeper into our grantmaking practices and partnerships.

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How to Engage Gen Z Talent at Your Nonprofit

NonProfit PRO

Generally, there is a dismal picture of Generation Z in the workplace. Nonprofits should consider these tips to engage young employees.

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Sponsorship Surveys Don’t Work (and other lies we tell ourselves)

The Sponsorship Collective

Surveys are a very important part of your sponsorship program. Every organization should be surveying their attendees and their database if they want to grow (or maintain) their sponsorship program.

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How To Cultivate Community Affinity Throughout The Generosity Journey

Speaker: Tim Sarrantonio, Director of Corporate Brand

This session will dive into how to create rich generosity experiences that foster long-lasting relationships. You’ll walk away with actionable insights to redefine how you engage with your supporters—emphasizing trust, engagement, and community over transactional giving models. 🤝 Industry expert Tim Sarrantonio will explore data-backed strategies to engage supporters as active participants in a community that values their contributions and shared ideals.

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Nonprofit Marketing Simplified with New AI-Powered Campaign Planning from Constant Contact

NonProfit PRO

Constant Contact announced Campaign Builder, a new way for nonprofits to automate their marketing campaigns.

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“Just Send me a Proposal” The Five Words you Never Want to Hear in Sponsorship

The Sponsorship Collective

Telling people “no” is an uncomfortable experience and people try to avoid it at all costs and so our prospects have come up with an ingenious way to say no without having to say no, and it sounds like this: “Just send me a proposal” Which is code for “no thanks.

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The Sponsorship Proposal and…Shark Attacks?

The Sponsorship Collective

Because it rarely happens that we receive a sponsorship investment without submitting a sponsorship proposal it is too easy to assume that the sponsorship proposal causes the sponsorship dollars. This belief pervades all aspects of sponsorship sales but actually the sponsorship proposal is not where we should be putting our efforts.

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Revolutionizing Your ROI: A Guide to Monthly Giving Programs

Double the Donation

What if you could cut the guesswork and accurately predict how much fundraising revenue you’ll have at your disposal each month? You’d be able to plan your finances effectively, allocate funds where they’re most needed, and achieve mission-critical goals.

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How can you challenge the power and practices of philanthropy?

Big Duck

Explore trust-based philanthropy and participatory grantmaking and get insights into different ways nonprofits can work with foundations and funders.

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How to Apply for Grants: A Guide for Parks and Rec Orgs

Achieve

Perhaps you haven’t been meeting your fundraising goals. Or, maybe you’ve recently reviewed your financial statements and found that you need more funds for a renovation. Regardless of the reason behind your need for additional revenue, grants provide parks and recreation organizations an excellent opportunity to garner the money they need. However, grant applications aren’t as simple as asking supporters for donations.

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The Retention Ripple Effect: Nonprofit Staff and Donor Dynamics

Speaker: Andrew Olsen, CFRE - EVP, Fundraising Solutions at DickersonBakker | Kat Landa, CFRE, CSD - SVP, Talent Solutions at DickersonBakker

Across the nonprofit sector, organizations invest heavily in donor retention efforts, yet the struggle of cultivating lasting relationships remains. While attracting new donors is crucial, the lack of repeat donors poses significant financial risks. Through a comprehensive analysis of industry data, experts argue that there is a direct correlation between donor burnout, donor retention, and the talent retention crisis.

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Designing a Successful Fundraising Calendar + Free Template

Double the Donation

The end of the year is always a busy time for fundraising, and your nonprofit tries to start planning months in advance. But the planning phase may take longer than anticipated, leaving you scrambling in October and November to figure everything out in time.

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Get Your Small Business on the Map: 5 Digital Marketing Tips

Nonprofits Source

Studies show that people spend an average of almost eight and a half hours interacting with digital media per day. This includes time spent scrolling through social media, checking emails, watching shows and movies on streaming services, and more. Are you taking advantage of this time your customers spend on their phones and computers? If your small business doesn’t have a clear marketing strategy, you could be missing out on the opportunity to cultivate a strong digital presence and pro

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Healthcare Fundraisers Impacted By Non-Compete Rules

The NonProfit Times

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has approved a ban on employment non-compete restrictions across most sectors of the economy including healthcare. The rule is set to take effect Sept. 4. Implementation of the rule could still be delayed by legal challenges, including a federal lawsuit by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in which it accuses the FTC of overstepping its authority.

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Prioritizing authentic connections through trust-based philanthropy 

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At the Honnold Foundation, we had been working in partnership with grassroots organizations for some time before we learned that there was a term for the kind of grantmaking we do: trust-based philanthropy (TBP). We understand this as an approach that reimagines relationships among donors, nonprofits, and communities to rebalance power dynamics and decision making, prioritizing authentic connections and mutual learning.

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How to Design a Seamless & Personalized Digital Donor Journey

Speaker: Tim Sarrantonio

The average nonprofit uses five or more different software platforms to create their donor’s journey, making the experience clunky and disjointed. If you want to design a magical online giving experience for donors, making their journey as seamless as possible is key. In this webinar with expert Tim Sarrantonio, you’ll learn the fundamental steps to create an immersive and personalized online giving experience for your donors.

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Medical Director Of Development Title Getting Popular

The NonProfit Times

By Samantha Hunter After the COVID-19 pandemic, there is now a greater spotlight on the medical profession and community. Prospective donors are inspired by the hard work and dedication of physicians, nurses, research scientists and medical professionals. Who better to connect with potential donors than someone who has experience directly serving patients?

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Donors Critical To Future Of Healthcare NPOs

The NonProfit Times

“Higher education figured out, many years before healthcare did, that philanthropy was going to be an important and growing source of revenue for things like new buildings, programs, and research endowments,” according to Erin Lanahan, founder and president of Twin Point Insights, a healthcare consultancy in Los Angeles. “We’re now seeing the same trend in healthcare.