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Heather Mansfield shares how to incorporate email marketing into your online fundraising plan.

One strategic method that can help your nonprofit draw in volunteers, donors, and memberships, in the long run, is a well-thought-out website. If you are looking to improve your nonprofit website or are starting from the ground up, here are five factors you may want to consider.

Each month, Luann sits down with a different nonprofit leader to chat about leadership, learning and life over a cup of coffee. This month, we hear from Tricia Rojo Bushnell, Executive Director of Midwest Innocence Project.

On January 22, the IRS issued guidance that will help nonprofits quickly get back taxes paid on the now-repealed tax on nonprofit transportation benefits. In addition, find updates on proposed improvements to federal rules governing grants, an update on the proposed sale of the .org domain, and a reminder that the new Overtime Rule is in effect.

In the start of the new year, Nonprofit Connect's leader reflects on personal, organizational and community purpose as it relates to nonprofit work. What's your purpose?

The tax on nonprofit transportation benefits has been retroactively repealed. Last week, bipartisan legislation that repeals the tax was passed by Congress, and the President signed the bill into effect Friday night. The December 2017 tax law imposed an unrelated business income tax (UBIT) of 21 percent on the expenses that nonprofits incur for providing employee benefits like bus passes and employee parking.

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.