Donor-advised funds continue to grow in popularity across the country. Here are a few tips for nonprofit professionals who may be working with donors who have set up donor-advised funds.
Guest Post: Nicole Stuke, Philanthropic Advisor
Bloomerang's top three recommendations to make this Giving Tuesday the most successful ever.
Guest Post: Steven Shattuck, Bloomerang
Since 2020, GOEX has partnered with several groups and organizations to help raise over $6,000 for local and national causes. Of all of our partnerships, there was one campaign that particularly hyped up our spirits!
Guest Post: Amber Solomon, GOEX Apparel
Each month, Nonprofit Connect sits down with a different nonprofit professional to chat about leadership, learning and life over a cup of coffee. This month, we sit down with Vincent Nguyen, Development Director of Cultivate KC.
Colin Bennett, Marketing Manager
While many of us are excited to start attending in-person events and galas again, we know that fundraising has changed forever because of the pandemic. Now is the time to think critically about legacy or planned giving strategies, reserve fund investment strategies, online fundraising, resuming in-person events and other revenue sources.
Guest Post: Nicole Stuke, Greater Kansas City Community Foundation
We're hosting a webinar with Rachel Hutchisson, VP with Blackbaud, on October 27. In this post, Rachel shares how organizations can prioritize and leverage their philanthropic engagement efforts.
Guest Post: Rachel Hutchisson, VP at Blackbaud
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.
Guest Post: Marcy Heim, CFRE, CSP, The Artful Asker
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.
Jen Newell, Events Manager
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.
Guest Post: Kim Foster