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A Trip to Alabama, Lessons about Race, and the Payoffs of Out-of-the Box Grants

The Chronicle of Philanthropy

Visiting the Legacy Museum and National Memorial for Peace and Justice helped grantees better understand America’s history of racial injustice while promoting empathy and awareness. By Anne Marie Burgoyne Equal Justice Initiative Steel monuments display the names of those killed in racial-terror lynchings between 1877 and 1950 at the National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, Ala.

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4 Ways to Amplify Your Nonprofit’s Great Content

NonProfit PRO

There is more competition than ever for your audience's attention. Here's how to amplify your organization's content to grab their attention.

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Megaphilanthropist and Science Champion Jim Simons Is Dead at 86

The Chronicle of Philanthropy

The billionaire math genius gave heavily to STEM after pioneering "quant" trading at his investment management firm Renaissance Technologies. By Maria Di Mento AP Photo/Mark Lennihan Hedge fund manager Jim Simons supported mostly scientific and medical research, higher education, basic science, and STEM programs and scholarships. The billionaire philanthropist and math genius gave heavily to STEM after pioneering "quant" trading at his investment management firm Renaissance Technologies.

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Give In May Campaign to Raise Awareness, Funds for AAPI Organizations

NonProfit PRO

Give In May began its annual online fundraising campaign to boost nonprofits supporting Asian American and Pacific Islander communities.

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How To Cultivate Community Affinity Throughout The Generosity Journey

Speaker: Tim Sarrantonio, Director of Corporate Brand

This session will dive into how to create rich generosity experiences that foster long-lasting relationships. You’ll walk away with actionable insights to redefine how you engage with your supporters—emphasizing trust, engagement, and community over transactional giving models. 🤝 Industry expert Tim Sarrantonio will explore data-backed strategies to engage supporters as active participants in a community that values their contributions and shared ideals.

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Middleton Place Foundation Taps New CEO

The Chronicle of Philanthropy

By M.J. Prest Middleton Place Foundation Dana Hand Evans, incoming CEO of the Middleton Place Foundation, which raises money to support the Middleton Place National Historic Landmark. Plus, Legal Services NYC has named its next executive director, and the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools will install a new leader in August.

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New Reports Examine Charitable Giving By Age and By Gender

NonProfit PRO

Collage Group released two reports on charitable giving trends, evaluating differences in giving by age and gender, respectively.

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[ASK AN EXPERT] Should Your Board Have Term Limits?

Bloomerang

Our Ask An Expert series features real questions answered by Claire Axelrad, J.D., CFRE, our very own Fundraising Coach , also known as Charity Clairity. Today’s question comes from a development director who wants advice on how to enact board term limits: Dear Charity Clairity, We don’t have term limits for our board and, as the development director, I think this is becoming a problem.

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37 Unique Corporate Fundraising Ideas for Nonprofits

Donorbox Nonprofit

The fundraising landscape has become increasingly competitive for nonprofit organizations, especially when trying to reach businesses or new corporate partners. Finding unique corporate fundraising ideas can feel challenging in this crowded space. However, forging strategic partnerships with companies is a crucial step in ensuring the long-term financial sustainability of your organization.

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Alert: FTC Non-Compete Agreement Update – April 2024

NonProfit HR

On April 23, 2024, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) made a significant move to ban most new non-compete clauses in work contracts. They’re essentially saying that employers can’t stop any employee from working elsewhere once they leave an organization. And it’s not just about the future; the FTC wants current non-compete agreements scrapped, too, … Read more The post Alert: FTC Non-Compete Agreement Update – April 2024 appeared first on Nonprofit HR.

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Sweat for Good: 12 Fitness Fundraiser Ideas For Your Nonprofit

Donorbox Nonprofit

Ready to work up a sweat for a good cause? As the fitness industry continues to grow in popularity, many nonprofits are turning to fitness fundraisers to bring in significant donations for their mission. These types of fundraisers are a great way to attract donors of all ages looking for a fun, active event to […] The post Sweat for Good: 12 Fitness Fundraiser Ideas For Your Nonprofit appeared first on Nonprofit Blog.

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How to Design a Seamless & Personalized Digital Donor Journey

Speaker: Tim Sarrantonio

The average nonprofit uses five or more different software platforms to create their donor’s journey, making the experience clunky and disjointed. If you want to design a magical online giving experience for donors, making their journey as seamless as possible is key. In this webinar with expert Tim Sarrantonio, you’ll learn the fundamental steps to create an immersive and personalized online giving experience for your donors.

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Alert: FLSA Update

NonProfit HR

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) released a final rule on April 23, 2024 that shakes up overtime pay rules under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The FLSA establishes minimum wage, overtime pay, child labor standards and employer record keeping requirements to facilitate better working conditions. The regulation has been in effect since … Read more The post Alert: FLSA Update appeared first on Nonprofit HR.

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The Way You Fundraise Matters

iMarketSmart

There are lots of ways to fundraise. All of them can be said to work in some ways but the way you fundraise: Determines the kind of donor you attract The level of giving you command The degree of importance donors assign to your cause The image that you create for your organization The level of trust that does or does not accrue to your organization Whether you build community or let it erode The quality of the advancement practitioners that you attract or repel, or keep or let slip away Most fu

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Alert: Contractor Classification Update

NonProfit HR

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) issued a final rule (the “Final Rule”) on January 10, 2024 revising the guidance on which workers are independent contractors under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The FLSA establishes minimum wage and overtime pay, among other requirements, that are applicable to employees but not independent contractors. The Final … Read more The post Alert: Contractor Classification Update appeared first on Nonprofit HR.

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9 Ways AI Improves Data Accuracy and Reliability

Nonprofit Marketing Insights by GlobalOwls

9 Ways AI Improves Data Accuracy and Reliability In the business world, ensuring data accuracy and reliability is key to making informed decisions and driving progress. Artificial intelligence (AI) has become an integral tool in enhancing the quality of data. By utilising AI technologies, companies can enhance the precision and dependability of their data, resulting in more accurate analyses and better decision-making.

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Private Foundation vs. Public Charity: Spot the Difference

Foundation Group

Charitable organizations differ in structure to fulfill their missions. Compare the specifics of a private foundation vs. public charity in this guide.

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Key Competencies That Today’s Executive Leaders Need to Have to Be Successful

Dennis C Miller

Join host Dr. Sheryl White for a discussion on key competencies that today’s executive leaders need to have to be successful with Dennis C. Miller, Founder & Chairman of DCM Associations and Dr. Terrence Cahill, President of the Institute for Nonprofit Board and Executive Leadership. The post Key Competencies That Today’s Executive Leaders Need to Have to Be Successful appeared first on DCM Associates.

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Lonely at Work? 5 Tips To Address What Most Women Say Is A Problem

Fundraising Leadership

More than 80% of women report they feel lonely at work. It is possible to be lonely even when you are not alone. Unfortunately, new research shows that 80% of women in white collar jobs feel lonely because of their work. That shocking number is exacerbated for women of color, as loneliness is compounded by bias and discrimination in the workplace. Nearly a third of women of color say they do not feel respected at work—compounding their sense of isolation. “ New research shows that 80% of wo

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Link-Building Techniques that Work in 2024

Nonprofit Marketing Insights by GlobalOwls

Link-Building Techniques that Work in 2024 Are you looking to boost your website’s search engine rankings in 2024? Link building remains one of the most effective SEO strategies to achieve this goal. As search algorithms evolve, so do the techniques and best practices for acquiring high-quality backlinks. This article will guide you through the latest and most effective link-building techniques, helping you stay ahead in the SEO landscape.

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