How to Systemize Your Fundraising

When it comes to fundraising efficacy and efficiency, there’s no substitute for a good system.

The Benefits of Relational and Values-Based Fundraising for Nonprofits

By recommitting to traditional American values, nonprofits can strengthen donor relationships and improve their fundraising results.

How Americans Can Avoid Funding Antisemitism and Pursue Reforms on Campus

The days of giving out of nostalgia are over. It’s time for donors to speak up.

Auditoriums Aren't Everything

When it comes to fundraising events, bigger isn’t always better.


Banks have no business advising individual philanthropy

Big banks know no more about philanthropy than they do about making toast. They shouldn’t be advising customers on either.

Death of a snow day

Snow days may be a thing of the past as “work from home” and “virtual learning” become more common across the country.

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What Record-High Foundation Assets Mean for Your Nonprofit

Foundation assets saw incredible growth in the first quarter of 2024. This could mean more money on the table for your organization this year.

United States Postal Service 2024 Postage Increases: How to Save on Your Postage Budget

Postage increases impact your revenue, but key USPS promotions and incentives can help cut the costs of your direct mail program.

You published an Op-Ed. Now what?

How to go about leveraging your op-ed to garner support.

The Fundraising Lies We Used to Believe

The COVID-19 pandemic exposed a host of fallacies about how to fundraise effectively. Here are three of them, and suggestions on what nonprofits should be doing instead.

How Donors Can Restore American Values in Higher Education

The souls of our nation’s institutes of higher education are endangered by ideological rot. Donors must step in to defend them.

Death and Taxes: How Expiration of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Could Impact Philanthropy

If key provisions of this act are allowed to expire, untold dollars will pass from the hands of charitably minded individuals to the coffers of the federal government, stifling philanthropic giving.