Wounded Warrior Heats Up the Overhead Debate

Wounded Warrior Project reveals how criticism over spending and overhead costs could threaten more nonprofits


By now, chances are good that you have probably heard about the shakeup earlier this month at The Wounded Warrior Project.

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Address Verification Quick Sheet

The topic of address verification is unlikely to become the Next Big Thing™ everyone talks about when they go out with their friends on the weekends.

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REPORT: How Do Your Fundraising Campaigns Stack Up?

The Nonprofit Research Collaborative released its annual Special Report on Nonprofit Fundraising Campaigns and it's chock full of great information for nonprofits of any size.

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Workplace Giving in 2016 and Beyond

Workplace giving serves as the fundraising backbone of many nonprofit organizations. Indeed, the solvency of many federated funds depend on it. Some companies choose run their own workplace giving campaigns while others partner with local nonprofits to help handle the logistics.

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REPORT: Creating Better Donor Relationships

It's not easy to build lifelong donor relationships.

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The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative & Philanthropy

When Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Dr. Priscilla Chan welcomed their first child, Maxima Chan Zuckerberg, into the world last month it was not only a momentous occasion for the famous young family, but the presumed catalyst for another recent Zuckerberg-Chan collaboration that will change the direction of American philanthropy for decades to come.

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Creating Nonprofit Visual Impact

Hack your nonprofit's "elevator pitch" with visuals to attract donors more quickly and effectively.

 

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How To Win Giving Tuesday

It may seem hard to believe, but #GivingTuesday is almost here!

Now in its fourth year, Giving Tuesday has already become known nationwide as the anti "Black Friday".
Taking place the Tuesday following Thanksgiving, Giving Tuesday taps into the backlash against the commercialization of the holiday season that has steadily built up over the last decade.

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Giving Preferences Drive Fundraising Methods

Donors will tell you how they want to give. Your nonprofit needs to listen.

Before I ever began to realize my dream of helping nonprofits become lean, mean fundraising machines, I worked in the marketing department of a large publishing company that distributed to hundreds of markets nationwide.
When I joined the company, they were in the process of converting the advertising for these publications (a.k.a. the business bread-and-butter) from print to digital.

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3 Brand Building Rules for Successful Nonprofits

Back in 1998 I took over a website for a struggling faith-based organization. The project came on referral from a successful client who asked me if I could “help out a friend”.

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