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What Inspires You To Give?

Our Pinterest Board is full of quotes that inspire people to give back. But we want to know, what inspires you?

Nonprofit Blog Carnival: Reaching Millennials and Beyond

In this month's Nonprofit Blog Carnival, Rad Campaign is exploring how nonprofits can effectively engage the quickest growing, most connected people online: Millennials and Generation Z. With so much information, advertising, and online...Show More Summary

We're Hiring a Web Developer!

Rad Campaign, one of the most fun web agencies that you will ever tech out with, is hiring a  Web Developer.

Owning Power in the Social Sector

A cultural discomfort with the use of power by the “few” can undermine social sector organizations’ performance and impact.

How to get your board to start fundraising-starting tonight!

Here’s part four of our interview with Andy Robinson (30 year veteran of board trainings)-in this section he talks about how to help every […]

Taming the Special Event Monster

You know it’s there, lurking in the shadows of your workload. You try to avoid it, but sooner or later it must be dealt with. Your organization is relying on you to step in and be the hero. Now is the time to take a stand and conquer your fears. It is time to take [...] The post Taming the Special Event Monster appeared first on FundraisingCoach.com.

Media Benchmarks For Nonprofits

“How many media hits should we getting?” As in the case of so many fundamentally useless metrics — such as the number of Facebook “Likes” or “page views” — most organizations are posing the wrong question. In a thoughtful gift to the sector, M+R, the media and fundraising consultancy, has just released the inaugural edition […]

The Community Cure for Health Care

Large health care systems are beginning to invest core operating dollars in connecting their patients to community resources, in service of the ultimate solution to better costs and outcomes: keeping patients healthy.

What Your Volunteer Program Really Needs: A Gourmet Salad Dressing

Editor’s note: In honor of VM Summit 16, which is all about corporate/ nonprofit collaboration, this series of volunteerism-related blog posts will take one topic and explain how it’s relevant to both groups. Today’s topic? Skills-based volunteering. Check out our … Continue reading ?

The Importance of Taking Time Off

There was a very disturbing report last week. An NPR poll found that half of Americans who work 50-plus hours a week don’t take all or most of the vacation they’ve earned. And among those who do take vacations, 30% say they do “a significant amount” of work while on vacation. Show More Summary

The unfair truth about disaster fundraising

Civil Society Fundraising Blog reports on a UK study that found something that won't surprise experienced fundraisers: Victim blaming: why donors care less about wars than earthquakes. That's right: When it comes to humanitarian disasters, donors are much more likely to give when the disaster is natural than when it's manmade. Show More Summary

2 Exercises you can do with your board right now to help your nonprofit grow

This is part three of an interview with Andy Robinson, board trainer par excellence, where he talks about 2 exercises you can do right […]

The Psychology Of Action

However imaginative your fundraising tactics might be, beyond your most committed cadre of donors, you still face resistance to giving. Here, courtesy of Marketing Profs, are five psychological principles to consider that might help you understand and overcome that resistance. Show More Summary

Advocating an End to the Death Penalty

The Atlantic Philanthropies and its network of partners are using advocacy and communications to end capital punishment in the United States once and for all.

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