Posts in category "Recent Studies on NPO Best Practices"

Are Monthly Gifts Part of your New Year’s Resolutions?

We’re ringing in the new year with another post from Guest Blogger Jim Struthers, Chief Development Officer at the Robert R. McCormick Foundation. For 25 years, the foundation has worked with Chicago Tribune, a media partner of the Axelson Center, to change the lives of children, adults and families across Chicagoland through the Chicago Tribune... Read more »

Three essential steps to social fundraising success

Three essential steps to social fundraising success
Today’s post is part of the Lightspan Digital #MarketingHop on “Social Media for Social Good,” in which bloggers were asked to share their story about how people use social media to raise money and awareness, communicate with volunteers, and otherwise further their cause. The world of nonprofit fundraising and communications is changing. Fundraisers have more... Read more »

Is social media, online fundraising worth the effort for nonprofits?

Is social media, online fundraising worth the effort for nonprofits?
Christine Cupaiuolo is a friend who knows a lot about social media and online technology. (She’s a blogger/journalist/editor who helps nonprofits with their social media strategy). I recently sat on an AFP panel on donor engagement, and asked Christine to share some resources that will help answer the question: How do you decide how much time and resources should be... Read more »
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And the Survey Says ... Nonprofits Not Developing Next Generation of Leaders

The new Daring to Lead study found that nonprofit executive directors report very high levels of job satisfaction. An impressive 91% reported that they are very happy with their jobs or have more good days than bad. That is the great news. Unfortunately, the results weren’t all positive. It turns out that we (large organizations... Read more »