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Tag: Donors



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

Everything Important Is Controversial

Why do we so rarely hear grantmakers or nonprofits arguing publicly about the best ways to achieve impact?

By Sean Stannard-Stockton | 1 | Dec. 10, 2007

Designing New Foundations

How the grantmaking entity of the 21st century might be built.

By Lucy Bernholz | 6 | Nov. 12, 2007

Individual Giving

The U-Shaped Giving Profile Explained

By Alana Conner | 1 | Nov. 12, 2007


Portfolio Philanthropy

By Randall Ottinger | Oct. 10, 2007

Philanthropy’s Killer Apps

Key innovations in American philanthropy.

By Albert Ruesga | 4 | Sep. 30, 2007

Form Should Follow Function

Helping donors choose the options that meet their values regarding change, costs, tax, and family benefits is as important to the philanthropic markets as is providing good advice about nonprofits to support.

By Lucy Bernholz | 5 | Sep. 26, 2007

If We Don’t Give Donors Power, They Can Take It

Earn the right to have relationships with your donors.

By Jeff Brooks | 4 | Sep. 18, 2007

It Walks and Quacks Like a Duck—But What Is It Really?

Questions to ask yourself if you're launching a giving program.

By Jeff Brooks | 7 | Aug. 20, 2007