The Internet may not have turned out to be everything charities (and the rest of the world) thought it would be 10 years ago. However, Harry Lynch, CFRE, chief executive officer of Sanky Communications in New York, reminds fundraisers that they shouldn’t forget what the Internet h … [Read more...] about Online Fundraising In 2008: Can We Blink Yet?
Or, do all organizations with a blog need a policy? How do you determine when a nonprofit blogging policy is needed? How do organizations create policies? Here's a story from behind the firewall of a large nonprofit organization - the names and particulars have been … [Read more...] about Do You Have a Blog Policy?
Which of these situations are all too familiar? 1) People call your organization asking for assistance with issues you don't focus on, because they confuse your nonprofit with another nonprofit. 2) You don’t have an “elevator speech” because it’s just too hard to explain what … [Read more...] about Branding 101
The signs of an economic downturn continue as a new study shows that donations made in response to direct-marketing appeals are growing at a considerably slower rate than in past years, according to a new study reported on by The Chronicle of Philanthropy. Direct-Marketing … [Read more...] about Economy’s Impact on Solicitations
59. The dark cool stones of the Kotel, smoothed by thousands of hands and millions of tears. 60 Ways I Love Israel by Rachel Bookstein on The 60 Bloggers project; a co-production of Jewlicious.com and the Let My People Sing Festival. It is published daily for 60 days … [Read more...] about 60 Ways I Love Israel