In “A Spirituality of Fundraising,” Henri Nouwen reorients our approach to fundraising, reappraises the donor-fundraiser relationship, and reinforces my commitment to giving where I work.
Identifying your donors’ common characteristics can help you you both acquire new donors and retain and upgrade the ones you have.
New Philanthropy Roundtable legal analysis sheds light on the implications of the Supreme Court decision for three categories of organizations outside the higher-ed sphere.
Early-to-mid-career fundraisers are invited to apply for this nine-month leadership program designed for those looking to grow professionally and intellectually alongside a small group of peers.
The Connelly Foundation, the William Penn Foundation, the Pew Charitable Trusts, and the Neubauer Family Foundation announced the launch of a philanthropic initiative to mark the 250th anniversary of the founding of the United States.
Donors want to hear about the problems you’re seeing—and what you’re doing about them.
Fundraising achievements are earned, not given. Don’t put off doing the hard work necessary to fulfill your mission.
In a recent article, Theodore Wagenaar offers a donor’s perspective on giving. Fundraisers would do well to take heed.