Monthly Archives: June 2015

3 Ways to Make a Difference

It’s graduation season, and the transcripts of the most inspiring commencement speeches are making the rounds. For those of us in the nonprofit sector, Aaron Dorfman of the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy had some great words of wisdom in … more

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The Hottest Thing in Philanthropy Today

Fundraisers have a love-hate relationship with donor advised funds, and, according to Jack Shakely, it’s time to get over it. In “Who’s Afraid of DAFs?” in the summer issue of Stanford Social Innovation Review,  Shakely, President Emeritus of the California Community … more

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Are You Bridge Ready?

In just a little less than a month, our entire Impact team will be heading to the 10th annual Bridge to Integrated Marketing and Fundraising Conference. It’s always a highlight conference, packed full of useful information (along with many of our … more

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Do Nonprofits Have Their Heads in the Sand?

I attended Planned Giving Days in Washington last week and came away really inspired about the potential for truly transformational gifts to change the world. But it’s got me scratching my head a bit. Why do so many nonprofit organizations … more

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