August 18, 2022

Community Centric Fundraising – Who’s Right Who’s Wrong? w Ninette Enrique & Jason Lewis

Community Centric Fundraising – Who’s Right Who’s Wrong? w Ninette Enrique & Jason Lewis poses two genuine perspectives on a new movement branded as Community Centric Fundraising. We welcome your comments (please share your opinions below). VISIT HERE TO SEE NINETTE ENRIQUE & JASON LEWIS’ ORIGINAL POSTS ON LINKEDIN Here’s what Ninette & Jason had to say on LinkedIn: Ninette Enrique – Community Centric Fundraising vs. The Mainstream Ninette says, “THIS ARTICLE IS WORTH READING, […]
July 31, 2022

Vu Le’s Community-Centric Fundraising – Nonprofits Who Get Woke Go Broke – Bishop Redfern II

Bishop Redfern II asks the question, "Does Vu Le Hate Donors? Is Community-Centric Fundraising innovative or insipid?" Community-Centric Fundraising is a fundraising model that is grounded in equity and social justice. We prioritize the entire community over individual organizations, foster a sense of belonging and interdependence, present our work not as individual transactions but holistically, and encourage mutual support between nonprofits. ~ Vu Le If you set aside the word salad (interdependence, holistically, mutual support, etc.) your still stuck with the red flags of equity, social justice, community vs. individual, etc. The discerning reader knows exactly where this headed.
July 30, 2022

Amber Heard’s Pledged Donations – Did The ACLU & LA Children’s Hospital Get Duped? – Stefanie Stark

Amber Heard’s Pledged Donations – Did The ACLU & LA Children’s Hospital Get Duped is Stefanie Stark’s take on recent high-profile events in Hollywood. Stefanie is the President of Development Systems International and oversees major gift fundraising campaigns for charities across the U.S. and around the world. Unless you were living under a rock this summer, or you were so engrossed in your own nonprofit’s management that you weren’t paying attention, you probably heard the […]
July 9, 2022

Millennials & America’s Coming Charity Deficit

Millennials & America’s Coming Charity Deficit reveals how young people aren’t attached to religion, which bodes ill for the future of charitable giving. The decline of religious belief in America will cause incalculable spiritual damage, but even nonbelievers should worry about the practical consequences of an increasingly secular U.S. Consider the ticking time bomb of philanthropic demise set to detonate in the coming years. “People who are religiously affiliated are more likely to make a […]
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 […]
April 17, 2022

United Way & ACLU Roped Into BLM Controversy – Bishop Redfern II

Read below a word-for-word transcript shared by Black Live Matter’s Co-Founder, Patrisse Cullors and activist Nikkita Oliver’s frustration with the IRS Form 990’s transparency requirements. Cullors and Oliver roped the United Way and ACLU (ON VIDEO) into a white supremacy racist attack against black-women-led organizations.  They insist that 990 accountability has been weaponized against charities. Here’s the transcript and video: Nikkta Oliver: Here’s my first question. Have a new set of [Form 990] standards been […]
April 14, 2022

Patrisse Cullors, Black Lives Matter Founder Says Form 990s Are Bad for Nonprofits.

Patrisse Cullors, Black Lives Matter founder, expressed displeasure with the nonprofit sector’s charity transparency laws after BLM purchased a $6 million mansion in Los Angeles. Cullors said she found it “triggering and emotionally compromising” when she hears about financial documents being made public. “It is such a trip now to hear the term ‘990,’” Cullors said at the Vashon Center for the Arts Friday. “I’m, like, ugh. It’s, like, triggering. Cullors went on to say, “I […]
February 17, 2022

Nonprofit Feasibility Study Scam – Don’t Be Fooled

Nonprofit Feasibility Study Scam – Don’t Be Fooled provides readers a “behind-the-scenes” look at how this outdated product hurts charities and damages their relationships with donors. Please note this article has been written for “givers” (rather than nonprofit execs or consultants). The goal here is to provide philanthropists the information they require to make a sound decision when asked to participate in a feasibility study. VISIT HERE TO SEE WHAT CHRONICLE OF PHILANTHROPY HAS TO […]
January 25, 2022

NANOE Virtual Conference Call Schedule 2022

NANOE Virtual Conference Call Schedule 2022 outlines a series of live virtual calls confronting big issues facing nonprofit executives in 2022. These events will be hosted by the National Association of Nonprofit Organizations & Executives (NANOE). Join us for these tightly facilitated educational workshops that will encourage you personally and professionally. To make your reservation simply email [email protected] with the following info: First Name: Last Name Email Address: Mobile Number: Place in Subject Line: MAKE […]
December 12, 2021

National Giving Month December 2021…Our Universal Celebration

National Giving Month December 2021…Our Universal Celebration is excerpted from a recent interview I had with Jimmy LaRose, head of the National Giving Month Initiative, LaRose shared , “Did you know that neither Congress nor the Executive Branch has officially dedicated any of our twelve months to acts of volunteerism or charitable giving? December provides us a very special opportunity to celebrate those individuals, groups and organizations who invest their lives in charity.” I agree with Jimmy and share […]
August 7, 2022

Nonprofit Brand Identity – Can You See It?

In today’s competitive marketplace, organizations are constantly looking to out maneuver their competitors, and stand out from the crowd to attract more customers. For nonprofit organizations (NPOs), whilst their business goals may look a little different to commercial companies, it’s just as important that they’re able to create an eye-catching brand, since they’re competing with their rivals for limited funding. So how should NPOs go about creating a stand-out brand? In this post, we’ll provide […]
August 7, 2022

Nonprofit Employee Retention – Keep Your Top Talent

Nonprofit Employee Retention – Keep Your Top Talent reveals why charities need to invest in this important free market enterprise principle. Retaining top talent in a nonprofit organization is one of the most important tasks of the HR department. They need to develop strategies to keep employees motivated. There should also be an increase in training programs to help them grow within your organization. It’s not as easy as it sounds because you need to […]
July 30, 2022

Joanne Oppelt’s High ROI Fundraising System

Joanne Oppelt’s Sustainable High ROI Fundraising System is one nonprofit veteran’s take on building proper organizational infrastructure. As a nonprofit executive director, you have limited resources to meet Increased demands. You must attract talent while competing with for-profit wages. You need to upgrade your technology to ward off cyberthreats. You want engaged board members to carry your message into the community. And, because the funding pie seems to be shrinking, there is no end in […]
July 16, 2022

Nonprofits During Recession – New Facts About Charitable Giving

Nonprofits During Recession – New Facts About Charitable Giving is based on Norman Gildin’s 2022 research. Here’s what Norman has to share: Who was Vilfredo Pareto? Like Quasimodo might say, the name rings a bell. A good fundraiser should know who he was! The Pareto Principle Pareto was the Italian economist who, in 1895, conceived the idea that 80 percent of the wealth and property in Italy was owned by 20 percent of the inhabitants. […]
July 7, 2022

Strategic Fundraising Group – Golf, Anyone? – A Nonprofit Primer

Strategic Fundraising Group – Golf, Anyone? – A Nonprofit Primer is Norman Gildin’s take on the power of golf tournament fundraising. Here’s what Norman has to share: It is believed that golf was invented in the 15th century as a game played on the eastern coast of Scotland. This is in an area close to the royal capital of Edinburgh. In those days, players would attempt to hit a pebble over dunes and around tracks […]
July 2, 2022

Lucille Adams Says, “Nonprofit Web Design Can Be Your Success”

Lucille Adams Says, “Nonprofit Web Design Can Be Your Success” is one veteran’s take on how to message your mission online. Web design has had an immense impact on how the marketing strategy has evolved over the years. While web design may not seem like it plays a massive role in the marketing of your business, there are many other ways that it can positively impact your marketing strategy in different areas. It is vital […]
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 […]
June 16, 2022

Yndia Lorick-Wilmot – Boston Arts Academy Foundation

Yndia Lorick-Wilmot – Boston Arts Academy Foundation celebrates BAAF’s newest board member. Boston, MA – Boston Arts Academy Foundation is pleased to announce that writer, sociologist, educator and digital creator, Yndia Lorick-Wilmot, Ph.D. has joined the Boston Arts Academy Foundation’s Board of Directors. A resident of Milton, Lorick-Wilmot holds a B.A. in Sociology from Trinity College – Hartford and a Ph.D. in Sociology from Northeastern University. She also holds a Graduate certificate in Women’s Studies from the […]

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