from The Raffle.it Blog: There’s no such thing as a free lunch, so what about free fundraising? Yesterday Bmycharity announced the withdrawal of their online fundraising service. Bmycharity prided themselves on being the only company not to charge commission on donations t … [Read more...] about What About Free Fundraising?
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from Rosetta Thurman: The Normative Problem With the Term 'Next Generation Leaders' Having a cadre of bright young leaders in the nonprofit sector is great, but typecasting us as the ‘next generation’ can also indicate that we need someone from up on high to deem us “ready” … [Read more...] about Who Decides When You’re Ready to Lead
With the economy in turmoil, funders are increasingly pressuring nonprofits to merge. Yet mergers are not always the right path for nonprofits in financial distress. For a healthier nonprofit sector, funders should consider a wider variety of partnership options. from The … [Read more...] about Merging Wisely
Steve Goldberg, author of Billions of Drops in Millions of Buckets: Why Philanthropy Doesn’t Advance Social Progress, writing on Tactical Philanthropy: Raising Money v. Moving Money Fundraising relies on building relationships with prospective donors and telling engaging st … [Read more...] about Program Growth Requires Increased Fundraising
The nonprofit Institutional Imperative leads nonprofit management teams to run their organization for the sake of the organization rather than for the sake of stakeholders: from Tactical Philanthropy: The Nonprofit Institutional Imperative ... The nonprofit Institutional … [Read more...] about Delivering Stakeholder Value