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Tag: Donors



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


Review: Grassroots Philanthropy

Reviewed By Peter deCourcy Hero | Mar. 10, 2008


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

Sending junkmail?  Get a new job!

Does your mail annoy your donors?

By Jeff Brooks | Jan. 22, 2008

Individual Giving

Destination Unknown

By Ellen Konar, Sheryl Sandberg, & Melissa Brown | 2 | Dec. 14, 2007