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Individual Giving

Three More Ways to Engage Millennial Donors

How strategic use of social media, project-based donations, and peer-to-peer fundraising can build a base of millennial supporters.

By Kathleen Kelly Janus | 5 | Aug. 14, 2014
 
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Nonprofits

The Stories That NGOs Tell

Traditional aid organizations and newer, more volunteer-driven groups view their work in notably different ways.
By Adrienne Day | Aug. 13, 2014
 

Impact Investing

The Next Great Frontier of Impact Investing

A framework to make impact investing appealing to institutional investors and accessible to international nonprofits.

By Manuel Lewin & Brian Smith | 2 | Jul. 29, 2014
 

Foundations

Empathetic Donor-Doer Engagement

A seven-part framework for increasing empathy between foundations and grantees.

By Simon Stumpf & Ash Rogers | 3 | Jul. 25, 2014
 

Nonprofit Management

Building a Strong “Value Narrative”

Support for your organization, including revenue, doesn’t come from simply pushing things out or increasing brand visibility—here are three steps to reaching a new level of impact.

By David Tager | Jun. 3, 2014
 

Fundraising

Crowdfunding for Nonprofits

Answers to five common questions about launching a crowdfunding campaign.

 

Nonprofits

The Advent of Zen Marketing

Nonprofit communication strategies need to stop pushing and pulling, and be present.

By Trent Ricker | 1 | May. 21, 2014
 

Nonprofit Management

The Road to Scale Runs Through Improved Donor Strategies

Less donor fragmentation can lead to impact at a transformative scale.

By Charles MacCormack | 6 | May. 15, 2014
 

Foundations

The Artful Juggler

Foundation CEOs play a complex, ever-more-demanding role—a role that may not lend itself to on-the-job training.
By Fay Twersky | 4 | May. 14, 2014
 

Nonprofit Management

Planning Meets Strategy

The work of transforming an organization starts with a readiness to question its scale, its scope, and even its core identity.
By John Anner | 7 | May. 14, 2014