July 18, 2018
May 21, 2018
Kathleen Robinson NANOE Convention Expo

The Most Important Charitable Event in a Generation – Kathleen Robinson

NANOE Board of Governors 2019 Convention & Expo whose theme “PUTTING MONEY FIRST” will be the the most important charitable event in a generation says Dr. Kathleen Robinson. Robinson will oversee this historic capacity-building conference and is the author of NANOE’s New Guidelines for Tomorrow’s Nonprofit. When asked about Kathleen Robinson, NANOE Board Chair, Bishop Redfern II shared, “Kathleen is the heart & soul of this event! She’ll challenge everything you believe about money and inspire you and your nonprofit to achieve significant impact. Attendees will […]
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from | 501c3.buzz
July 4, 2018
Jimmy LaRose Diving in Curaçao

Jimmy LaRose says, “Money Is Oxygen”

Jimmy LaRose (pictured above) is causing controversy throughout the charitable sector with his message “Money Is Oxygen.” LaRose, celebrating his thirtieth year of service, is convinced, now more than ever, that prioritizing revenue generation is the key to nonprofit (and ministry) success. Last week I interviewed Jimmy in his home in Lexington, SC to see what the fuss was all about. The “back and forth” with this animated fifty-year old was both enlightening and not […]
from | Top Nonprofit
July 6, 2018

Why Do Nonprofits Need Marketing Automation?

Imagine having the ability to get in touch with your supporters in the following ways: Automatically send an email to constituents on their birthday. Trigger a series of timed welcome emails to a donor after the first time they give. Test two different subject lines with a small group, then automatically have the winning subject line be used in the email to the full group of recipients. Create an email once, but have it send […]
from | NANOE News
July 4, 2018
Anne Munson Nonprofit Credentials

Nonprofit Credentials That Makes Sense

I’ve watched with interest the passionate debate about NANOE and the nonprofit credentials newly available to the charitable sector. I hadn’t been too concerned with what the traditionalists said about NANOE – after all, a new national organization in any industry threatens the status quo. But when a fundraising colleague wrote an uninformed news column questioning the validity of NANOE and credentials I hold, I knew I had to speak out. Certification, membership and education […]
from | Nonprofit Hub
July 18, 2018

A Beginner’s Guide to Planned Gifts

What are planned gifts? Planned gifts are quite literally what they sound like. Well…sort of. The term simply means that somebody has planned to give a gift to an organization at a later date, often after their passing. Most often, cash (or money in general) probably comes to mind. However, there are a variety of types of planned gifts instead of cash, including: Life insurance Personal property Other real estate Retirement plans Should I be […]
Opinion & Guest Blogs
July 4, 2018
Fundraising Appeals Andrew Harrow Drummond Press

Supercharge Your Fundraising Appeals Using Multi-Channel Media

Fundraising appeals are facing a new dawn. Many organizations are standing at the proverbial fork in the road as they discuss their strategic objectives and how to translate those objectives into current and future fundraising strategies. Donor growth is the lifeline for any non-profit organization, and financial transparency is synonymous with survival. But if leadership teams are hesitant to explore innovative ways to drive growth based around fear of failure, then it leads to donor […]
June 25, 2018
Foundation Grants

Five Mistakes To Avoid When Seeking Foundation Grants – Putman-Walkerly

Foundation grants are an important part of capacity-building and often associated with the term “strategic philanthropy.” That’s not surprising, since most funders are looking for ways to increase their impact. Being more strategic can be a complex undertaking — and like every complex undertaking, shifting toward strategic grantmaking comes with multiple pitfalls and opportunities to make mistakes. That’s okay. Mistakes can provide valuable information for ongoing learning, which is a key part of strategic grantmaking. […]
May 28, 2018
David Blyer, CEO-President, Co-founder, Arreva

Jewish Federation Selects Arreva as its Preferred Donor Management Software

Arreva – Fort Lauderdale, FL, May 28, 2018 – Arreva, a global technology leader and trusted advisor in delivering an integrated cloud-based online fundraising and donor relationship management software solution to nonprofit organizations worldwide, announces it has been chosen as a preferred vendor for the Jewish Federation of Broward County. The Federation provides support programs for Jewish members in its community, Israel and around the world. “We support thousands of community members every year with […]