Great Ideas for Fundraising Propositions
This article, “Time to sharpen up your proposition,” was sent to the Philanthropy Journal by the Resource Alliance. We rarely use an article commissioned by another organization but we liked the examples and the reminder about basic principles of good fundraising. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did.
Videos that Move Us to Laugh, Cry, Think and Act
Videos are a valuable tool for nonprofits to spread their messages. To celebrate this communication medium, we are sharing some of our favorite YouTube videos with our Philanthropy Journal readers.
Business owners seen giving to create change
High-net-worth business owners give to charity based on their personal beliefs, not for personal reward, says a new study.
Americans split on celebrities’ charity impact
Americans are divided over whether celebrities make a difference to the causes they support, a new study says.
Setting up a fundraising foundation
Lawyer David Ormstedt runs through the pros and cons of setting up a separate foundation to finance your nonprofit.
Largest U.S. donors named
Two hoteliers, the late Leona Helmsley and William Barron Hilton, topped Slate Magazine’s annual list of the 60 largest American donors last year.