From the internet to water coolers across the country, the nonprofit world is abuzz with the findings of a new study done by CompassPoint and the Evelyn and Walter Haas, ...
There's so much going on in philanthropy and the nonprofit sector, we just have to say our piece. Comments welcome!
More and more students are looking to philanthropy as a career after graduation. I believe this trending shift in student career choice can be attributed to a couple of factors.
What is the safest, highest-yielding investment vehicle available today? You won’t find it in The Wall Street Journal. It resides in the nonprofit sector, and it goes by the name of Capital Campaign. It’s probably the best kept secret in the investment world.
The country is getting excited about a national effort to push giving at the end of the year (a crucial time for nonprofit fundraising), and at the chance to speak to younger donors via the social media channels they frequent (as opposed to sending out another mail appeal to sit atop the growing stack on everyone’s kitchen table right now). We’ve seen a lot of posts from our nonprofit friends and clients today urging donors to give, but has it worked?
Stories of impact speak to donors who give tens of millions and to donors who give $10.
Kate's National Philanthropy Day takeaway: Giving people the opportunity to do what they love and help your mission in the process.
Know someone who might be right for this position at Neighborcare Health? Please put them in touch with Joseph Sparacio, Director of Development, (JosephS@neighborcare.org) for more information. Job Description The Major Gifts ...
Here's a peek into what Collinsians are reading and learning from lately.
This week, Philanthropy Northwest held its annual sold-out conference in lovely Walla Walla. Focused on community engagement, there were pre-conference sessions in addition to multiple conference offerings, off-sites, and break out workshops.
We're all hoping for the "one-hit wonder" or the miracle donor to step out of the woodwork to elevate our causes, but Natalie reminds us that if The Beatles couldn't do it overnight, we shouldn't expect to either.