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We’re bringing Marcy Heim, a respected authority in enhancing major gift success, to Kansas City on Monday, November 18, to offer a clear understanding of crafting an ask. Here she shares her top ten tips for year-end fundraising.

These database vendors work with nonprofits every day to find solutions to their biggest technology problems, so we tapped into their experience and knowledge to find out what nonprofits should consider when making database change.

The strategic marketing planning process, the way we’ve known it thus far, may be becoming inadequate for nonprofits. Any marketer will tell you that to stay contemporary with customers, you can’t just react to change. You must anticipate change.

There has been a buzz lately about Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) systems and many nonprofits want more information on the benefits of using them in their organizations.

Natalye Paquin, president and CEO of Points of Light, likes to imagine a world in which it is impossible for individuals to sit on the sidelines and not support, in some way, solutions to problems in their community.

On Tuesday, September 24, the Department of Labor released their Final Rule regarding overtime compensation related to the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Last week, the National Council of Nonprofits released its new impact report and interactive microsite, Nonprofit Impact Matters. This new report highlights the work of America’s 1.3 million charitable nonprofits and examines their impact on the people and communities they serve.

The Department of Labor recently issued a rule proposal that would expand religious exemptions for all federal contractors, directly repealing current anti-discrimination provisions.

It’s the standard for every website (nonprofit or for profit) these days to have a blog—but are you getting the most mileage from yours?