Last week saw the Big Apple host the 2008 version of the New York Nonprofit Conference. Here, from Fundraising Success Magazine, is a keynote snapshot: Every fundraiser’s task for the next few years is to navigate a path between traditional and emerging fundraising s … [Read more...] about The Today and Tomorrow of Fundraising
Archives for August 2008
Are you looking for consultants, IT solutions, publications, academic centers, associations, governmental agencies, venture organizations – all connected with philanthropy in the public, private and independent sectors? The Corporate Philanthropy Resource Guide is a good starting … [Read more...] about An Updated Go-to Resource for Corporate Giving
Do you want to give your nonprofit a presence on Facebook, MySpace, YouTube, Twitter, or some social network combination? Use a nerdy young intern? Absolutely not, according to nonprofit marketing consultant Michael Puican in this article from the Philanthropy … [Read more...] about Don’t Underestimate the Staff Factor
from the Canadian Jewish News: eJP note: I have a pretty good idea, this is the next step forward from the MFA presentation many of us viewed at June's JAFI Board Meeting. Brand Israel Set to Launch The Israeli consulate in Toronto is gearing up for 10-month branding … [Read more...] about MediaWatch: Our World
Michael Idinopulos writes on Socialtext: Why don't philanthropic foundations think more about networks? The traditional philanthropic model revolves around money. Foundations have it, and nonprofits need it. So the foundations give it to the nonprofits in the form of a … [Read more...] about Foundation 2.0: Are Networks the Future of Philanthropy?