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    Ways to Improve Donor Retention with Social Media

    Fundraising for nonprofits is now largely defined by online efforts of nonprofit organizations. Along the same lines, the majority of your donors have good online presence and that is the ideal place to meet, communicate and retain them. Here are a few simple ways in which nonprofits can boost donor retention via social media.  Connect […] More

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    Are You Prepared? Responding to Assault Allegations At Your Nonprofit

    Is your organization prepared to respond if a prominent staff member or volunteer is accused of assaulting someone in your community? Four nonprofits found themselves in that position this week. Their responses can help other organizations contemplate responding to assault allegations – and how to better prevent them in the first place. Birder Aisha White […] More

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    Ways to Improve Donor Retention with Social Media

    Fundraising for nonprofits is now largely defined by online efforts of nonprofit organizations. Along the same lines, the majority of your donors have good online presence and that is the ideal place to meet, communicate and retain them. Here are a few simple ways in which nonprofits can boost donor retention via social media.  Connect […] More

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    Are You Prepared? Responding to Assault Allegations At Your Nonprofit

    Is your organization prepared to respond if a prominent staff member or volunteer is accused of assaulting someone in your community? Four nonprofits found themselves in that position this week. Their responses can help other organizations contemplate responding to assault allegations – and how to better prevent them in the first place. Birder Aisha White […] More

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    7 Emerging Trends for Peer-to-Peer Fundraising in 2021

    It’s hard to believe we are already two months into 2021. Does it feel any different than 2020 did for you? For many nonprofits, this year represents a mingling of peer-to-peer fundraising tactics– some tried and true from those pre-pandemic days with a few fresh takes hatched over the last nine months. Want to see if you are on the right […] More

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    5 Great Truths of Installing Shared Services, Part 2

    Below is a full interview from each person quoted, and more. These interviews contain much information about the technical elements of installation of shared services. While some of these interviews didn’t fit in the narrative from part 1, there is still great information here if you are getting ready to jump into this endeavor. Credit: […] More

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    Ways to Improve Donor Retention with Social Media

    Fundraising for nonprofits is now largely defined by online efforts of nonprofit organizations. Along the same lines, the majority of your donors have good online presence and that is the ideal place to meet, communicate and retain them. Here are a few simple ways in which nonprofits can boost donor retention via social media.  Connect […] More

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    Three Key Policy Areas for Foundations in 2021

    It is 2021, a new year, a new Congress, and a new administration. As we look forward to a world with less COVID-19, more vaccinations, and just maybe a return to a more normal day to day, I wanted to take a few moments to jot down some thoughts on what 2021 means for foundations […] More

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    Are You Prepared? Responding to Assault Allegations At Your Nonprofit

    Is your organization prepared to respond if a prominent staff member or volunteer is accused of assaulting someone in your community? Four nonprofits found themselves in that position this week. Their responses can help other organizations contemplate responding to assault allegations – and how to better prevent them in the first place. Birder Aisha White […] More

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    7 Emerging Trends for Peer-to-Peer Fundraising in 2021

    It’s hard to believe we are already two months into 2021. Does it feel any different than 2020 did for you? For many nonprofits, this year represents a mingling of peer-to-peer fundraising tactics– some tried and true from those pre-pandemic days with a few fresh takes hatched over the last nine months. Want to see if you are on the right […] More

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    5 Great Truths of Installing Shared Services, Part 2

    Below is a full interview from each person quoted, and more. These interviews contain much information about the technical elements of installation of shared services. While some of these interviews didn’t fit in the narrative from part 1, there is still great information here if you are getting ready to jump into this endeavor. Credit: […] More

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    Ways to Improve Donor Retention with Social Media

    Fundraising for nonprofits is now largely defined by online efforts of nonprofit organizations. Along the same lines, the majority of your donors have good online presence and that is the ideal place to meet, communicate and retain them. Here are a few simple ways in which nonprofits can boost donor retention via social media.  Connect […] More

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    Three Key Policy Areas for Foundations in 2021

    It is 2021, a new year, a new Congress, and a new administration. As we look forward to a world with less COVID-19, more vaccinations, and just maybe a return to a more normal day to day, I wanted to take a few moments to jot down some thoughts on what 2021 means for foundations […] More

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    Are You Prepared? Responding to Assault Allegations At Your Nonprofit

    Is your organization prepared to respond if a prominent staff member or volunteer is accused of assaulting someone in your community? Four nonprofits found themselves in that position this week. Their responses can help other organizations contemplate responding to assault allegations – and how to better prevent them in the first place. Birder Aisha White […] More

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    7 Emerging Trends for Peer-to-Peer Fundraising in 2021

    It’s hard to believe we are already two months into 2021. Does it feel any different than 2020 did for you? For many nonprofits, this year represents a mingling of peer-to-peer fundraising tactics– some tried and true from those pre-pandemic days with a few fresh takes hatched over the last nine months. Want to see if you are on the right […] More

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    5 Great Truths of Installing Shared Services, Part 2

    Below is a full interview from each person quoted, and more. These interviews contain much information about the technical elements of installation of shared services. While some of these interviews didn’t fit in the narrative from part 1, there is still great information here if you are getting ready to jump into this endeavor. Credit: […] More

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    Ways to Improve Donor Retention with Social Media

    Fundraising for nonprofits is now largely defined by online efforts of nonprofit organizations. Along the same lines, the majority of your donors have good online presence and that is the ideal place to meet, communicate and retain them. Here are a few simple ways in which nonprofits can boost donor retention via social media.  Connect […] More

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    Three Key Policy Areas for Foundations in 2021

    It is 2021, a new year, a new Congress, and a new administration. As we look forward to a world with less COVID-19, more vaccinations, and just maybe a return to a more normal day to day, I wanted to take a few moments to jot down some thoughts on what 2021 means for foundations […] More

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    Are You Prepared? Responding to Assault Allegations At Your Nonprofit

    Is your organization prepared to respond if a prominent staff member or volunteer is accused of assaulting someone in your community? Four nonprofits found themselves in that position this week. Their responses can help other organizations contemplate responding to assault allegations – and how to better prevent them in the first place. Birder Aisha White […] More

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    7 Emerging Trends for Peer-to-Peer Fundraising in 2021

    It’s hard to believe we are already two months into 2021. Does it feel any different than 2020 did for you? For many nonprofits, this year represents a mingling of peer-to-peer fundraising tactics– some tried and true from those pre-pandemic days with a few fresh takes hatched over the last nine months. Want to see if you are on the right […] More

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    5 Great Truths of Installing Shared Services, Part 2

    Below is a full interview from each person quoted, and more. These interviews contain much information about the technical elements of installation of shared services. While some of these interviews didn’t fit in the narrative from part 1, there is still great information here if you are getting ready to jump into this endeavor. Credit: […] More

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    Ways to Improve Donor Retention with Social Media

    Fundraising for nonprofits is now largely defined by online efforts of nonprofit organizations. Along the same lines, the majority of your donors have good online presence and that is the ideal place to meet, communicate and retain them. Here are a few simple ways in which nonprofits can boost donor retention via social media.  Connect […] More

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    Ways to Improve Donor Retention with Social Media

    Fundraising for nonprofits is now largely defined by online efforts of nonprofit organizations. Along the same lines, the majority of your donors have good online presence and that is the ideal place to meet, communicate and retain them. Here are a few simple ways in which nonprofits can boost donor retention via social media.  Connect […] More

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    Are You Prepared? Responding to Assault Allegations At Your Nonprofit

    Is your organization prepared to respond if a prominent staff member or volunteer is accused of assaulting someone in your community? Four nonprofits found themselves in that position this week. Their responses can help other organizations contemplate responding to assault allegations – and how to better prevent them in the first place. Birder Aisha White […] More

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    Ways to Improve Donor Retention with Social Media

    Fundraising for nonprofits is now largely defined by online efforts of nonprofit organizations. Along the same lines, the majority of your donors have good online presence and that is the ideal place to meet, communicate and retain them. Here are a few simple ways in which nonprofits can boost donor retention via social media.  Connect […] More

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    Are You Prepared? Responding to Assault Allegations At Your Nonprofit

    Is your organization prepared to respond if a prominent staff member or volunteer is accused of assaulting someone in your community? Four nonprofits found themselves in that position this week. Their responses can help other organizations contemplate responding to assault allegations – and how to better prevent them in the first place. Birder Aisha White […] More

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    Ways to Improve Donor Retention with Social Media

    Fundraising for nonprofits is now largely defined by online efforts of nonprofit organizations. Along the same lines, the majority of your donors have good online presence and that is the ideal place to meet, communicate and retain them. Here are a few simple ways in which nonprofits can boost donor retention via social media.  Connect […] More

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    Are You Prepared? Responding to Assault Allegations At Your Nonprofit

    Is your organization prepared to respond if a prominent staff member or volunteer is accused of assaulting someone in your community? Four nonprofits found themselves in that position this week. Their responses can help other organizations contemplate responding to assault allegations – and how to better prevent them in the first place. Birder Aisha White […] More

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    7 Emerging Trends for Peer-to-Peer Fundraising in 2021

    It’s hard to believe we are already two months into 2021. Does it feel any different than 2020 did for you? For many nonprofits, this year represents a mingling of peer-to-peer fundraising tactics– some tried and true from those pre-pandemic days with a few fresh takes hatched over the last nine months. Want to see if you are on the right […] More

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    Are You Prepared? Responding to Assault Allegations At Your Nonprofit

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    Ways to Improve Donor Retention with Social Media

    Fundraising for nonprofits is now largely defined by online efforts of nonprofit organizations. Along the same lines, the majority of your donors have good online presence and that is the ideal place to meet, communicate and retain them. Here are a few simple ways in which nonprofits can boost donor retention via social media.  Connect […] More

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    Are You Prepared? Responding to Assault Allegations At Your Nonprofit

    Is your organization prepared to respond if a prominent staff member or volunteer is accused of assaulting someone in your community? Four nonprofits found themselves in that position this week. Their responses can help other organizations contemplate responding to assault allegations – and how to better prevent them in the first place. Birder Aisha White […] More

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    7 Emerging Trends for Peer-to-Peer Fundraising in 2021

    It’s hard to believe we are already two months into 2021. Does it feel any different than 2020 did for you? For many nonprofits, this year represents a mingling of peer-to-peer fundraising tactics– some tried and true from those pre-pandemic days with a few fresh takes hatched over the last nine months. Want to see if you are on the right […] More

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    5 Great Truths of Installing Shared Services, Part 2

    Below is a full interview from each person quoted, and more. These interviews contain much information about the technical elements of installation of shared services. While some of these interviews didn’t fit in the narrative from part 1, there is still great information here if you are getting ready to jump into this endeavor. Credit: […] More

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    Moving Your Organization from Scarcity to Abundance

    Sometimes, change is hard – especially when it seems that there isn’t enough money or other resources to accomplish your organization’s mission. However, by adopting the right mindset, social change leaders can begin to attract more support. That’s where today’s guest comes in. Nell Edgington is the president of Social Velocity, a management consulting firm […] More

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    A Habitat Chapter Embraces Community Land Trusts in the Big Apple – Non Profit News

    “Housing,” Ian Ransley “People believe they know what Habitat for Humanity is,” says Karen Haycox, CEO of Habitat for Humanity New York City (Habitat NYC), which has operated for 35 years and whose work now extends into nearby Westchester County. The strength of the Habitat for Humanity brand, Haycox, notes, is a “both a blessing […] More

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    Ways to Improve Donor Retention with Social Media

    Fundraising for nonprofits is now largely defined by online efforts of nonprofit organizations. Along the same lines, the majority of your donors have good online presence and that is the ideal place to meet, communicate and retain them. Here are a few simple ways in which nonprofits can boost donor retention via social media.  Connect […] More

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    Ways to Improve Donor Retention with Social Media

    Fundraising for nonprofits is now largely defined by online efforts of nonprofit organizations. Along the same lines, the majority of your donors have good online presence and that is the ideal place to meet, communicate and retain them. Here are a few simple ways in which nonprofits can boost donor retention via social media.  Connect […] More

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    Are You Prepared? Responding to Assault Allegations At Your Nonprofit

    Is your organization prepared to respond if a prominent staff member or volunteer is accused of assaulting someone in your community? Four nonprofits found themselves in that position this week. Their responses can help other organizations contemplate responding to assault allegations – and how to better prevent them in the first place. Birder Aisha White […] More

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    7 Emerging Trends for Peer-to-Peer Fundraising in 2021

    It’s hard to believe we are already two months into 2021. Does it feel any different than 2020 did for you? For many nonprofits, this year represents a mingling of peer-to-peer fundraising tactics– some tried and true from those pre-pandemic days with a few fresh takes hatched over the last nine months. Want to see if you are on the right […] More

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    Ways to Improve Donor Retention with Social Media

    Fundraising for nonprofits is now largely defined by online efforts of nonprofit organizations. Along the same lines, the majority of your donors have good online presence and that is the ideal place to meet, communicate and retain them. Here are a few simple ways in which nonprofits can boost donor retention via social media.  Connect […] More

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    Are You Prepared? Responding to Assault Allegations At Your Nonprofit

    Is your organization prepared to respond if a prominent staff member or volunteer is accused of assaulting someone in your community? Four nonprofits found themselves in that position this week. Their responses can help other organizations contemplate responding to assault allegations – and how to better prevent them in the first place. Birder Aisha White […] More

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    7 Emerging Trends for Peer-to-Peer Fundraising in 2021

    It’s hard to believe we are already two months into 2021. Does it feel any different than 2020 did for you? For many nonprofits, this year represents a mingling of peer-to-peer fundraising tactics– some tried and true from those pre-pandemic days with a few fresh takes hatched over the last nine months. Want to see if you are on the right […] More

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    5 Great Truths of Installing Shared Services, Part 2

    Below is a full interview from each person quoted, and more. These interviews contain much information about the technical elements of installation of shared services. While some of these interviews didn’t fit in the narrative from part 1, there is still great information here if you are getting ready to jump into this endeavor. Credit: […] More

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    Moving Your Organization from Scarcity to Abundance

    Sometimes, change is hard – especially when it seems that there isn’t enough money or other resources to accomplish your organization’s mission. However, by adopting the right mindset, social change leaders can begin to attract more support. That’s where today’s guest comes in. Nell Edgington is the president of Social Velocity, a management consulting firm […] More

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