April 26, 2018
March 16, 2018
Jimmy LaRose Reports Good News For Charities Who Rely On Money For Mission

February’s Job Report – 313,000 Jobs Boost U.S. Economy – RAISE MONEY NOW – Jimmy LaRose

MONEY IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN MISSION (OR MINISTRY)! Jimmy LaRose forecasts FINANCIAL BOOM for nonprofits everywhere. Last month I wrote an article titled, What Tax Reform Means for Charity: MORE MONEY, MONEY, MONEY and predicted that the Tax Cut & Jobs Act would grow the economy; reduce taxes;
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from | 501c3.buzz
March 18, 2018

Dean Webb & Faith Farm Ministries – Meet America’s Strong CEO!

Dean Webb is a STRONG CEO. He’s the Executive Director of Faith Farm Ministries, a 66-Year-Old, 10 Month Residential Drug And Alcohol Addiction Recovery Program with three separate campuses in Boynton Beach, Ft. Lauderdale and Lake Okeechobee, FL. Dean joined Faith Farm’s staff in June 2007.  His prior experience included being a  stockbroker and researcher with Merrill Lynch followed by President of his own securities firm. He was acting President for Larry Burkett’s Christian Financial […]
from | Top Nonprofit
April 20, 2018

5 Steps to Building a Movement Around Your Mission with Technology [VIDEO]

The Wildlife Conservation Society is leading the pack (pun intended) at using technology to connect more deeply with their constituents. Here are 5 things they did to improve engagement:   1. Remove data silos so you can engage people the way they want to engage Avoid a scenario where the “left hand doesn’t know what the right hand is doing.” Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) used Salesforce to get a 360-degree view of each constituent. When […]
from | NANOE News
March 17, 2018
NANOE President Louis Fawcett asks, "Is Association of Fundraising Professionals Ant-Free Market?"

The NANOE Innovation: Is the Nonprofit Sector Anti-Free Market? – Louis Fawcett

For too long, Americans have used the term “nonprofit” in a way that means “against profit.” Let’s be clear: to operate as a nonprofit does not mean operating at a loss each year. Rather, nonprofits sow whatever gains they have back into their missions to change and save lives.  There is nothing wrong with a nonprofit innovating and taking risks for the sake of achieving a heroic mission of scale.  In the free market, ideas […]
from | Nonprofit Hub
April 24, 2018

Nonprofit Spring Cleaning: Getting Rid of Unwanted Clutter

This article was originally published in Nonprofit Hub Magazine. Ah, Spring. Finally, the sun is shining, the flowers are blooming, our allergies are resurging. And, if you’re like me, your office has become something of a warzone: papers, notes, books and old coffee cups crowding your desk, allowing just enough room to rest your arms. Even if your desk isn’t as disastrous as mine, you probably let a few things pile up during the winter […]
Opinion & Guest Blogs
March 18, 2018
Penelope Burk Inside Charity

Finding New Donors in a Changing Giving Environment – Penelope Burk

In my previous blog, “Is Giving Tuesday Helping or Hurting Fundraising”, I referenced how this fundraiser is contributing to the over-solicitation of active donors and risking their future support. I agreed wholeheartedly, though, that Giving Tuesday is an excellent strategy for acquiring new donors, especially younger ones. How donors view not-for-profits and how
March 13, 2018
Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE)

Does Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) Remind You of the RMS Titanic?

Does Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) Remind You of the RMS Titanic? – By Bishop Redfern II Bishop Redfern II is Association of Fundraising Professionals Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser, United Way’s Alyce Kemp-Dewitt Award Winner and Presiding Bishop and General Overseer of the Ecumenical Christ of Christ. Have you ever wondered if the RMS
February 26, 2018
Google Ad Grant NANOE

Google Ad Grant Suspensions Begin Thursday – Sean Kerr

Several of Google’s new policies have already come into play with deadlines to meet requirements by Thursday, March 1st. If you have received a notification about impending suspension in your approved Google Ad Grant account or have had your account suspended due to one of the new policies, there is still hope. If you are reading about this right now