Asking donors to cover credit card fees dramatically reduces conversion rates because it disrupts the flow of charitable thinking.
Quit throat-clearing and write confidently in your fundraising communications.
Given the decline of trust in American society, particularly trust in institutions, it’s refreshing to think of fundraising as a profession with a higher calling.
Funding for artists tends to go to major institutions, not to artists. But a new decentralized solution offers a way for philanthropists large and small to support artists directly.
Average, everyday donors might not break the bank for most nonprofits, but they are part of a thriving civil society. And giving away even small sums of money on a regular basis is good for both giver and recipient.
What role do fundraisers and nonprofit organizations play when it comes to educating their donors about charitable tax deductions?
Nonprofits should put most of their funds toward programs, but we must avoid the delusion that “overhead” is a bad investment.
Recognizing a tenuous credibility, and reviving a true charity.
Prisons today are serving more often as mental health hospitals and homeless shelters. We need corrections reform to reflect this reality.
“The 50-State Index of Charity Regulations,” analyzes five key areas of charitable sector regulations, ranks the states according to the regulatory burdens in these areas and examines the impact overregulation has on a state’s charitable landscape.