February 22, 2018
January 27, 2018
Tax Reform Will Be Good for Charities

Tax Reform And Your Charity. What’s Really Happening? – Michael Rosen

Tax Reform, Charitable Giving & Your Nonprofit. I’ve got good news for charities considering the implications of the recently signed “Tax Cut & Jobs Act” bill. The Tax Foundation’s Center for Federal Tax Policy projects that tax reform will grow the economy making more money available for giving; reduce taxes increasing disposable income; increase wages generating more disposable income; and create hundreds-of-thousands more jobs. Why is this good for nonprofits? It’s simple, when people have more personal income, […]
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February 21, 2018
Cathy Parker Northern Lights NANOE

Cathy Parker – NORTHERN LIGHTS – The Motion Picture

If you enjoyed Hollywood Director Andy Tennant’s Hitch, Sweet Home Alabama, Anna and the King, Bounty Hunter, Fools Rush In, Ever After, etc., then you’ll be excited to know that he’s bringing his magic touch to the new film NORTHERN LIGHTS. From CineVantage Productions, NORTHERN LIGHTS is the true story of a high school football team in desolate Barrow, Alaska, 300 miles north of the Arctic Circle, where a group of isolated Native Inupiat young men […]
from | Top Nonprofit
February 17, 2018

Measuring What Matters [Whitepaper]

Our friends at Sage Intacct have released a new whitepaper called “Outcome Metrics: Measuring What Matters in the Nonprofit World” and we are happy to share it with you. Below is a sneak peek; you  can click HERE to get the complete whitepaper “Amid increasing demand for transparency and accountability, today’s nonprofits are seeking ways to both produce and to demonstrate successful outcomes. Heightened expectations and heightened scrutiny come from several sources—including ever more-engaged funders looking […]
from | NANOE News
February 22, 2018
NANOE Experience Louis Fawcett NANOE President

Louis Fawcett’s NANOE Experience: Why It’s Unique And Here to Stay

Louis Fawcett – The NANOE Experience – Why It’s Unique And Here to Stay. There is no denying this: Starbucks has created an experience for customers that keep us coming back again and again. There are more than 8,000 Starbucks in the U.S. and each location provides the same products and service. Enter any Starbucks and you smell the rich aromas of coffee from all over the world. Order from a barista (not a server […]
from | Nonprofit Hub
February 21, 2018

Four Ways to Increase Online Giving Conversions

Building awareness and getting people familiar with your organization and cause is important—but to stay afloat, increase online giving conversions on your website to increase your bottom line and allow you to create a larger impact. Online giving is responsible for about 7% of total fundraising revenue per year and grows at a rate of about 8% per year (which doesn’t include grants). Consider these steps to increase your online giving conversions. Optimize for mobile […]
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January 27, 2018
NANOE Google Ad Grants

Google to Make Sweeping Changes to Ad Grant Program – Sean Kerr, Cause Inspired Media

Google Ad Grant to Implement Sweeping Changes by Sean Kerr, Cause Inspired Media. The Google Ad Grant is one of most valuable and most under used tools in the nonprofit toolbox. $10,000 a month in advertising credit can go a long way if you know how to use it, and we
January 4, 2018
Kris Putnam-Walkerly InsideCharity.org

Delusional Altruism Undermines Philanthropy – Kris Putnam-Walkerly

Kris Putnam-Walkerly – I’m challenging philanthropic organizations to start the new year with a renewed commitment to do good for others. It’s at the root of every philanthropic mission, after all. And, as philanthropies, we all try to make decisions that are in service to our missions, represent good stewardship, and result in the greatest impact. But sometimes, in making those very decisions, we unintentionally do more to damage our impact than to further it. […]
January 1, 2018
Diana Ruano NANOE

Bursting the Nonprofit Bubble – Diana Ruano – UN Refugee Agency

Diana Ruano is a bilingual/bicultural (English/Spanish) international fundraiser with over 20 years of experience in both the private and nonprofit sector. Currently she develops and leads the private fundraising strategy for the United Nation´s Refugee Agency. Previously at Daryl Upsall Consulting International, she successfully led a range of projects, including for UN agencies, major international and small NGOs in new market entry studies, implementation of fundraising strategies, and strategic reviews of current fundraising programs. NANOE […]