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The easiest and cheapest way for a nonprofit to produce fresh content is through a blog. Make yours the center of your marketing communications.
Seeking government grants for your nonprofit can be very different than finding and applying for grants from foundations. Find out how the government handles grants and where to find them.
If you are fundraising for a small nonprofit, here are the basics that you must follow to build a sustainable and viable organization.
This emailed thank you came right away from Helen Keller International after a donation to a specific project. Although timely, the email could do a better job of moving the donor from a one-time gift to a long-term relationship.
Just about any valuable asset--from vintage wine to private company stock--can be turned into a charitable kitty and a tax break.
That wealthy donors are quite active online is the conclusion of an excellent study by Convio and others that explores the "wired" lives of wealthy donors, and how nonprofits are either capitalizing on the wired behaviors of their donors, or are missing the boat.
We are all likely to spend less on gifts this year than ever. But spend we will, so why not ditch the guilt and make a purchase that combines the good feelings of gift-giving and charitable giving.
There are so many places to put your charitable dollars today. But it is harder than ever to discern where your donation will do the most good. Consider these charities that are both effective and working to end global poverty.
The darling of the "philanthropic capitalism" fan club right now is TOMS Shoes. And for good reasons.
Do taglines and mission statements matter for nonprofits? Two nonprofit experts say they do and advise how nonprofits can write better ones.