Value of Communication

Fundraisers might struggle with what to say, but in times of crisis, it’s critical to maintain open lines of communication with supporters. The future of the relationship may depend on it.

Event Hosting During Covid

As we look ahead to a time when in-person events can resume, here are some lessons to apply from the onset of the Covid-19 crisis.

Old Solutions to New Problems

If you and your organization are running into difficulties with event hosting, here are some tips to keep fundraising on track.

COVID-19 Links and Grant Resources for Nonprofits

COVID-19 Links and Grant Resources for Nonprofits

A comprehensive list of links for non-profit executives and members.

Includes links to paycheck protection programs, state and federal relief programs, HR management resources and other useful pieces of information

Blackbaud Breach Plays Out into the Fall

Blackbaud Breach Plays Out into the Fall

Even as many nonprofits are working to understand the extent to which the pandemic and the resultant economic downturn will affect their revenue, a number of hospitals, social service programs, human rights, and art organizations have the extra worry associated with Blackbaud’s massive security breach—and the number’s not small.

How to Tackle Race at Your Organization

How to Tackle Race at Your Organization

Americans across the country have raised their voices in protest against police violence and systemic racism. Will nonprofits and foundations seize the momentum and move toward racial equity?

Nonprofit CEO Rahsaan Harris offers advice about how to talk about race in your organization — and act on those discussions

Talks Worth Hearing

Blackbaud Breach Plays Out into the Fall
Even as many nonprofits are working to understand the extent to which the pandemic and the resultant economic downturn will affect their revenue, a number of hospitals, social service programs, human rights, and art organizations have the extra worry associated with Blackbaud’s massive security breach—and the number’s not small.

Activist and fundraiser Dan Pallotta calls out the double standard that drives our broken relationship to charities. Too many nonprofits, he says, are rewarded for how little they spend — not for what they get done. Instead of equating frugality with morality, he asks us to start rewarding charities for their big goals and big accomplishments (even if that comes with big expenses).