Trends Dominating in 2015

Fundraising Trends for Action in 2015

A new year brings speculation. So, 2015 fundraising trends are no exceptions. Rich Dietz of Abila gets shares some fascinating and critical points for nonprofits looking to make 2015 their most successful year yet: Fundraising Trends from Rich Dietz Rich Dietz offers predictions on the trends that will really be inspiring action and getting traction […]

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Trends Dominating in 2015

Snapchat Discover: The Next Wave of Mobile Storytelling

Two trends collide: Mobile + Storytelling Introducing: Snapchat Discover. Probably one of the best things to ever happen to Snapchat and one of the coolest things to happen to mobile media in quite some time. This new update released during #Snowpocalypse2015, so I had plenty of time to play around with it and learn about […]

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Take Part! Study on Fundraising & NGO Exec Relationships with Development

The Nonprofit Research Collaborative has announced that it has opened a very important study on fundraising! This will look at the little-studied topic of the relationship between the CEO (or ED) and the head of development. It will examine relationship aspects (trust, communication, respect) that are associated with raising more funds. The study also asks about the success of various fundraising […]

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Trends Dominating in 2015

How Bitcoin is Changing the Face of Nonprofits

This infographic was originally published on Who Is Hosting This blog. Since the release of Bitcoin in 2009 it has been rapidly adopted. It is now used by millions of people, businesses and non-profit organisations all over the world. In fact the cryptocurrency now has over 13 million Bitcoins in circulation and each is valued at […]

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The Ultimate Cheat Sheet for Nonprofit Outcomes

  Obtaining outcomes can help an organization track impact from programs and activities to demonstrating changes it makes for the community and individuals.  It’s also becoming much more important to funders to see a nonprofit’s outcomes in order to continue funding.   Here are some great resources to help you define, track, and evaluate nonprofit […]

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Trends Dominating in 2015

Philanthropy, Not Fundraising: I Have a Dream 2015

This post, written by Claire Axelrad, originally published on her site, Clairification , and we are thankful for her permission to share it with you, since it provides great inspiration.   I have a dream for 2015 – and beyond. I have a dream  this is the year your organization will move beyond defining yourself by what […]

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Trends Dominating in 2015

The “Internet of Things” and Nonprofits

  Looking through the tech blogs over the last couple of weeks, there’s a term that keeps bursting off the pages as I read. And while I’m still not completely clear on what exactly it means, I’m fairly certain it’s important for every entrepreneur to know about.   The Internet of Things, or IoT, is […]

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Working Remotely and Working Well

Making Working Remotely Work   When I first entered the workforce, most of the job postings I saw that allowed you to work from home were either technology related or some type of pyramid scheme. Nowadays, however, faster connection speeds, better technology, a desire for more work/life balance, and proven productivity increases have made working […]

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Making the Most of Your Social Media Super Users

Get By With A Little Help From Your Friends: Make the Most of Social Media Super Users Social media continues to shine as a marketing tool. Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, YouTube, Instagram and the like make connecting with supporters as easy as pushing a button. It has also made the cultivating of strong relationships with your […]

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7 Lessons from a Rock Star Advocate

Life Lessons from My Dad, A Rock Star Advocate for People Living in Poverty   After more than 30 years, my dad, Jack Frech, recently retired as the director of Athens County Job and Family Services, a local Ohio county entity responsible for administering benefits to the poor, like food stamps, Medicaid, and cash assistance. […]

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