By Ephraim Gopin Email marketing should be a part of your organization’s overall multi-channel fundraising strategy. Growing your email list provides your organization with opportunities to build relationships, strengthen trust and eventually, use your e-newsletter as a f … [Read more...] about Want More Donors? Start Onboarding New Email Subscribers!
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A Sustainable Guide for Hiring Freelancers and Virtual Assistants By Bradley Caro Cook, Ed.D. [Author's note: The intent of this article is not to recommend the elimination of current employees, nor to encourage boards and CEOs to ask the question why do I need to pay a … [Read more...] about A Shift in “Employment Thinking” Saving Nonprofits Millions During COVID-19 and Going Forward
By Dr. Erica Brown There is no shiva for job loss. Yet, according to Jennifer Senior, in her New York Times op-ed, “More People Will Be Fired in the Pandemic. Let’s Talk About It,” (June 15, 2020) research suggests that adapting to unemployment may be more difficult than los … [Read more...] about Spiritualizing Job Loss
By Andrés Spokoiny and Deena Fuchs The Covid-19 pandemic is producing major upheaval, and we don’t yet know where all the chips are going to fall. We do know, however, that the world will be transformed, and the Jewish community will confront momentous changes. That’s why at … [Read more...] about How Scenario Planning Can Help Us Prepare for a Post-Covid Jewish Community
By Avrum Lapin "Great is tzedakah, for since the day that the world was created until this day the world stands upon tzedakah" - Midrash Tanna d'Vei Eliyahu Zutta When we look back to the months of March and April 2020, we will remember so many unknowns. What did we … [Read more...] about Many Nonprofits Advance in Time of Adversity