Learn about tangible benefits from collaborative fundraising and the five simple steps to ensure your collaboration goes as well as possible.
For small nonprofits it’s difficult to know where to start with fundraising for target programs. The problem is compounded when your nonprofit is located in a disadvantaged community. If you find yourself in this situation, peer-to-peer fundraising, centered on grassroots recruiting, could be the route to achieve your objectives in a well-defined timeframe.
Different nonprofits have different trajectories that result in different assets at a given stage of development.
Planned giving professional Greg Lassonde gives us step-by-step instructions for soliciting bequests and planned gifts.
There is a difference between community nonprofits on one hand, and universities and hospitals on the other, and it isn’t just size.