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June 11, 2019

Donor Recognition – And a Child Shall Lead Them – Tracy Ebarb

Donor recognition is a frequent conversation among fundraising professionals. There are many schools of thought concerning this activity and most agree that some type of recognition is proper, if not necessary, for every gift, regardless of size or type. Some donors even base their gift on the promise of a certain type of recognition, like the naming rights to a building or an endowed Chair at a University. Others may want to be included in […]
May 28, 2019

How to Know When to Dissolve Your Organization

It’s never fun to think about the worst-case scenario. And if things are going well for your organization, it might seem to make little sense to do so. Often it’s clear when to dissolve, but other times the warning signs are more subtle. Here are some questions you should ask yourself if you think your organization might be in a pinch. And hey, having to dissolve your organization isn’t the most awful thing in the […]
May 24, 2019

8 Tips on How to Plan Your First Event

Events are a cornerstone of nonprofit development. You hear about fun runs, auctions and galas, but for a new nonprofit, it’s hard to know where to start. With this guide, you’ll be able to plan your first event that leaves a lasting impact on your attendees and the future of your nonprofit. 1. Make sure an event is the best option Events are fun and can be beneficial, but they may not always be the […]
May 23, 2019

Nonprofit Hub’s Favorite Fundraisers

This article was originally published in Nonprofit Hub Magazine. Here at Nonprofit Hub, we believe the most successful fundraisers are hybrids of innovation and tried-and-true ideas. Dinner galas and silent auctions are effective to an extent, but when someone asks you, “What’s the best fundraiser you’ve ever been to?” chances are those don’t come to mind. These fundraising ideas, which came straight from Nonprofit Hub, have proven effective through the personal experiences of our staff […]