February 24, 2020
January 28, 2020
Association of Fundraising Professionals Exceeded

Has Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Exceeded Their Expiration Date?

“Has Association of Fundraising Professionals Exceeded Their Expiration Date?” is a question I recently posed to author and veteran fundraiser Jimmy LaRose. Why ask Jimmy? He’s been in nonprofit management for over three decades and exited AFP (with quite a bit of attention from the Nonprofit Sector) to launch the
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from | 501c3.buzz
January 3, 2020
Major Gifts Ramp-Up Jimmy LaRose

Major Gifts Ramp-Up Celebrates 30 Years Of Raising Money For Charity

Major Gifts Ramp-Up celebrates it’s 30th anniversary in 2020 thanks to the generous donors of National Development Institute (NDI). The Major Gifts Ramp-Up Model has transformed charity based on founder Jimmy LaRose’s belief that when donors, foundations and corporations invest in civil society a child’s health, a student’s dream or a family’s future is made secure. Major Gifts Ramp-Up allows charities to nurture and leverage philanthropy by supplying funders the trust they require to financially […]
from | Top Nonprofit
February 11, 2020

[Podcast] Interview with Julia Campbell on her new book, “How to Build and Mobilize a Social Community for Your Nonprofit in 90 Days”

Welcome to the Top Nonprofits Podcast. We know that you’re working hard to stay on top of the latest best practices to help your organization deliver on its mission, and this podcast is here to make that a little easier. Twice a month, your host, Amy DeVita, interviews a nonprofit expert on topics ranging from fundraising to volunteer recruitment, and a little of everything in between to give all our friends an opportunity to learn […]
from | NANOE News
January 31, 2020

New Guidelines for Nonprofits Confronts Charity’s Establishment

New Guidelines for Nonprofits Training Course by Dr. Kathleen Robinson has been designed for professionals who want to grow in their nonprofit career.  New Guidelines for Nonprofits (NGN) is an 1,100 page desk reference that makes six major recommendations that ensures you become an expert who takes charity to scale. PRESS HERE OR THE ICON BELOW TO SEE NEW GUIDELINES ONLINE TRAINING PLATFORM: NGN is based on the work of high performing executives and and […]
from | Nonprofit Hub
February 23, 2020

How Artificial Intelligence is Transforming Nonprofits

When you think of nonprofits, you don’t always associate them with “high-tech.” But that might be changing soon. With artificial intelligence becoming a major part of private businesses, nonprofits have also started using AI for automating the procedures and tasks. This has helped to save employee’s time and the valuable investment of the organization.  AI, which uses machine learning techniques for streamlining the operations and enhancing programs at the nonprofits, has acted as a catalyst […]
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January 4, 2020
PAAS Kay Stout

PAAS Rescues 5,000th Dog for Adoption – Kay Stout

PAAS (Peaceful Animal Adoption Shelter, pronounced “paws”) opened on historic Route 66 in Vinita, OK, on April, 2015. PAAS is dedicated to the rescue, temporary care, and adoption of homeless and unwanted cats and dogs. PAAS has created a number of innovative programs to accomplish our mission. Through these programs, PAAS: Subsidized spay/neuter services for animals belonging to income-qualified pet owners Conducts out-of- state transport for homeless dogs from Oklahoma municipal shelters Manages a Trap-Neuter- Release […]
January 4, 2020
Jim Eskin Fundraising

Jim Eskin publishes 10 Simple Fundraising Lessons

Jim Eskin, a San Antonio-based fundraising trainer and consultant, announced the publication of his book, 10 Simple Fundraising Lessons, a common-sense guide to overcoming the fear of asking for gifts. The lessons in Eskin’s book are based on his career as a higher education fundraising professional and his experience training non-profit board members, staff and volunteers. Since founding Eskin Fundraising Training, LLC, last year, he has led some 50 workshops and training sessions attended by […]
December 29, 2019
Maxie Carpenter Shares 2020 New Years Resolutions

Maxie Carpenter Shares, “Top 5 Nonprofit Resolutions for 2020”

Maxie Carpenter shares the top five 5 RC Factors (Resistance to Change) in the Nonprofit Sector. The timing couldn’t be better to highlight five (5) recommendations for Nonprofits to adopt as New Year’s resolutions moving into 2020. These recommendations are deriving from five (5) significant trends that are reshaping the sector and will force Nonprofit organizations to either adapt and transform or be left behind. 1. The need to increase compensation for Staff will no […]
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