To advance their missions and raise the money they need, service providers must influence public opinion and political leadership.

From The Blog

Ten Fundraising Trends for 2017 . . . Plus One More

Good list, but she left one out—RAGE FUNDRAISING;  call me and I can tell you all about why it will be big in 2017: ...

A Mega-Trend Continues

Another example of a successful nonprofit specialized news website replacing a declining for-profit business model:...

MLK Day Message

It’s important for your nonprofit to show grantmakers that diversity is integral to how you work:...

A Philanthropic Prediction

A new study predicts modest growth in philanthropy over the next couple of years, including a growth of “Rage Fundraising” — a spike in giving to nonprofits that work in civil and human rights, the environment, and support of minority groups, due to the election of Donald Trump, and also speculates that tax cuts and deregulation of business may...

Embrace Advocacy

It’s time for nonprofit leaders to be bold—I like the advice to embrace advocacy, think big and push your funders:...

Shut Up and Make the Lemonade

It’s time for your nonprofit to do some “rage fundraising;” my monthly missive ICYMI last week:...

Big Bucks of 2016

The 18 biggest charitable donations of last year—mostly to big institutions or to set up the mega-donor’s own nonprofit:...

Rage Fundraising

Another example of “rage fundraising”—progressive nonprofits see a spike in donors fearing the impacts of a Trump Presidency; it’s making lemonade from lemons, so call me to help you figure out how rage fundraising can benefit your organization:...

Read More