New research suggests that the fate of start-up nonprofits is highly dependent on their acquisition of stable funding sources, particularly public funds
Not only does a distinctive brand help a nonprofit raise its visibility among the public, it also develops deeper ties with donors, partners, and other stakeholders.
Donors don’t know much about capacity building, except that they don’t like the term.
Sidebar to "Crisis Mentality:" some species attract donors more than others.
Sidebar to "Crisis Mentality:" giving for the long term.
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A United Way affiliate has boosted fundraising by breaking the rules.
Nonprofits do not use -- and often don't want -- for-profit marketing techniques.
Why nonprofit auctions are inefficient, and how they can raise more money.
Volunteers and young people are among several overlooked source of funds.
How nonprofits can distinguish themselves from for-profits by using their unique brand attributes.