June 21, 2022

Community-Centric Fundraising is a Motherload of Really Bad Ideas – Dr. Kathleen Robinson

Community-Centric Fundraising – The Motherload of Bad Ideas is Professor Kathleen Robinson’s take on a new, cryptic and confusing movement within the charitable sector. Robinson, has testified before Congress, the United Nations and has inspired governments around the world to develop human welfare policies rooted in philanthropy. She is the co-founder of National Association of Nonprofit Organizations & Executives (NANOE). Here’s what Kathleen has to say about Community-Centric Fundraising: Recently, I was asked to share […]
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from | 501c3.buzz
June 18, 2022

Agnes Binagwaho & Aisha Francis Join Cummings Foundation

Agnes Binagwaho & Aisha Francis Join Cummings Foundation celebrates the appointment of two distinguished educators to one our nation’s leading philanthropic institutions. BOSTON – Cummings Foundation, of Woburn, has appointed the top executives of two higher education institutions to its board of trustees: Dr. Agnes Binagwaho, vice chancellor of University of Global Health Equity, and Dr. Aisha Francis, president and CEO of Benjamin Franklin Cummings Institute of Technology. This pair joins 20 other trustees contributing […]
from | NANOE News
June 18, 2022

Linda Lysakowski – Top 10 Qualities Of A Successful Fundraiser

Linda Lysakowski – Top 10 Qualities Of A Successful Fundraiser is one veteran’s take on what it takes to raise money. Here’s what Linda has to say: Many individuals entering the profession for the first time and those hiring their first development staff person are often not certain what qualities to look for in a development professional. Often one hears that development is really just sales or marketing. The individual or organization about to embark […]
from | Major Gifts Ramp-Up News
April 24, 2022

Unrestricted Major Gifts Are Charities’ Best Friends – Jim Eskin

Unrestricted Major Gifts Are Charities’ Best Friends is Jim Eskin’s take on the importance of nonprofit cashflow. Here’s what Eskin has to share: In addition to record-setting philanthropy, one of the more encouraging trends we’ve witnessed over the last few years in response to the pandemic is funders letting non-profits and recipients of their generosity decide how money can be best spent. This has long been known as unrestricted giving. For various reasons, non-profits — including […]
from | Nonprofit Hub
July 1, 2022

[PODCAST] Master Your Message

Master Your Message in a Crisis and Everyday In this episode, we learn from messaging master Mollie Waller the importance of having a solid crisis communication plan. She also reminds us how important it is to have a strategy to master your message for every other week of the year. Mollie gives practical wisdom, starting with building a crisis communications committee and how to focus on three core messages. What three things do you want […]
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June 18, 2022

Nonprofit Social Media – Cynthia Young

Nonprofit Social Media – Cynthia Young is one digital marketer’s thoughts on charity and wacky social media! Here’s what Cynthia has to share: At the time being, people go online to promote their businesses, personalities, and services. In most cases, when the one who does everything correctly, for example, uses SEO and Content Marketing strategies tips, gains the outcome and popularity. But what to do if your brand deals with some non-profit purposes? Does that […]
June 18, 2022

Nonprofit Entrepreneurs – Top 10 Qualities – John Adams

Nonprofit Entrepreneurs – Top 10 Qualities is John Adams take on the characteristics one must possess to succeed in the charitable sector. Here’s what Adam’s has to share: If you are tired of your job and your life, you are probably seeking greater control and better rewards. If you believe that you deserve more and you are ready to strive for it, nonprofit entrepreneurship is an excellent option. However, setting up and running a nonprofit […]
June 18, 2022

Cummings School of Architecture at Roger Williams University

Cummings School of Architecture at Roger Williams University celebrates a historic investment in a Rhode Island institution of higher-learning. 2022 (BOSTON, Mass.) – Woburn-based Cummings Foundation has again invested in workforce development through a new $20 million pledge to Roger Williams University. This commitment, the largest in the Rhode Island institution’s history, will support multidisciplinary programming at the newly rededicated Cummings School of Architecture. A new Cummings Institute for Real Estate is centered within Cummings […]

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