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Nonprofit Silos Choke Off Conversations

Nonprofits that allow bureaucratic turf to get in the way of listening to and serving donors won’t survive the change in how donors interact with their charities.

By Jeff Brooks | Apr. 21, 2008
 

Bernholz’s Law of Philanthropic Adaptation

Philanthropies adopt new technologies in predictable ways.

By Lucy Bernholz | Apr. 14, 2008
 

Stand for Something

Taking leadership on community issues should help a nonprofit attract even more donors and more passionate commitment to the organization.

By Peter Manzo | Apr. 8, 2008
 

Inequality in Giving—Interview with Rob Reich, Author of “A Failure of Philanthropy”

Too little charity actually reaches the needy.

By Perla Ni | Mar. 26, 2008
 

Five Steps Out of Stupid Fundraising

Make your fundraising more relevant to the new generation of donors.

By Jeff Brooks | 1 | Mar. 25, 2008
 

Why Do People Give to Charity?

Giving is motivated by humans’ deeply held need to find meaning in life.

By Sean Stannard-Stockton | 7 | Mar. 12, 2008
 

Philanthropy

Review: Grassroots Philanthropy

Reviewed By Peter deCourcy Hero | Mar. 10, 2008
 

Philanthropy

Meet Your Match

By Alana Conner | Mar. 5, 2008
 

Do You Have Nonprofit Navel-Gazing Syndrome?

Don't assume your donors share your view of the world.

By Jeff Brooks | 3 | Mar. 3, 2008
 

Why Vivid Storytelling Inspires Giving

Ditch the statistics -- to fundraise more effectively use story.

By Perla Ni | 9 | Feb. 5, 2008