As we head into a new—and difficult—year, let’s look back at some of our best articles to help strengthen your fundraising and inspire your work as a fundraiser or a donor.
Whether the economy is hurting or thriving, your current donors are your nonprofit’s most valuable resource. How can you best steward those donors to renew and increase their giving?
Truman Capote’s short story, “A Christmas Memory,” meditates on the role of memory around the holidays.
Too often fundraising is reactive rather than proactive, hindering growth and creating a frenzied and hectic development culture. Take some time at the beginning of the year to set goals, plans, and strategies.
Public access lands preserve open space and hunting lands from development and privatization. Here is how you can use your land to benefit public access.
Albert Barnes loved art as much as he hated the Philadelphia art establishment. The bylaws for his foundation reflected that . . . but they were not respected.
Are you still perfecting subject lines for our end-of-year emails? Here’s how to make sure they are effective.
Fallout from the FTX bankruptcy will affect more than just Sam Bankman-Fried.
Charitable giving is certainly good for the beneficiary of that charity, but does it benefit the giver, too?