The past year has been tough for some, with half of not-for-profit organizations reporting a decline in income, but one third (33%) of fundraisers have successfully bucked the trend and generated additional income despite the recession, according to The Management Centre's Global … [Read more...] about Global Fundraisers Optimistic Over Economic Revival
The struggling economy hit nonprofits hard in the first quarter of 2009. According to the latest Target Analytics Index of National Fundraising Performance, the number of new donors dropped by almost 13%, as compared to 2008. The Target Analytics Quarterly Index of National … [Read more...] about Fundraising Dips in 1st Quarter
by Wagner blogger Good management is good management, and the current fiscal and economic crisis has the potential to impel nonprofit organizations toward making the tough decisions they should have been making all along, according to consultant Jack Ukeles, founder and … [Read more...] about Fear Can Be Paralytic, But It Can Also Be a Great Motivator
A special bulletin, The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009: Act Appropriations Beneficial to the Nonprofit Sector and Key Resources for Organizations to Approach and Access Funding Sources, is now available at no cost from the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana … [Read more...] about How Nonprofits Can Apply for Stimulus Package Funding
by Wagner blogger With the U.S. in the throes of a devastating economic crisis and donation dollars more scarce than ever, should foundations divert their funding efforts to direct-service programs which assist casualties of this devastating recession - or should they instead … [Read more...] about Service or Advocacy: What Can Foundations Do and What’s Their Responsibility Given this Economy?