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Did You March This Weekend?

If you were part of a nonprofit’s delegation, you could “write off” your expenses:...

A New Philanthropic Trend

While big bets don’t always yield big advances, small bets rarely do, which is why more and more philanthropists are making them:...

Nonprofit Advocacy in Action

Arts organizations react to reports that the Trump Administration will zero out the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities: ...

Rage Fundraising

Blackbaud’s 2016 online fundraising benchmark report says “advocacy organizations . . . showed strong results getting more constituents engaged in advocacy — growing 6 percent year over year — and getting more advocates to contribute financially, growing nearly 4 percent year over year.”  I can help your advocacy nonprofit join the club:...

Measuring Fundraising Effectiveness

A great toolkit from Board Source, the Association of Fundraising Professionals, BBB Wise Giving Alliance & Guidestar—based on the belief that it’s not enough to just measure your nonprofit’s net proceeds:...

More Silver Linings

The opportunities political uncertainty presents to philanthropy & nonprofits according to Community Partners: ...

Nonprofit Knowledge Matters

Nonprofits are a voice for their communities–great advocacy & fundraising resources from the National Council of Nonprofits:...

Public-Private Partnerships

Where nonprofits come to the aid of local governments and their constituencies—a contrast between hope and failure (2 links): https://nonprofitquarterly.org/2017/01/18/mix-one-nonprofit-abandoned-paper-mill/?utm_source=Daily+Newswire&utm_campaign=2163015717-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2017_01_18&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_94063a1d17-2163015717-12442753...

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