Do Good ~ Fundraising Works!

“Helping people in need is a good and essential part of my life, a kind of destiny.” – Princess Diana I believe most people want to ‘do good.’  Indeed, the late, Princess Diana was a role model for all of us to look up to with the countless charities she significantly impacted.  Do Good ~... Continue Reading →

Intended Impact & Theory of Change

Nonprofits are needed now more than ever Imagine being a child in the streets of San Francisco and having no place to call home, it is just heartbreaking.  Sadly, this is a reality, and according to Larkin Street Youth Services, a nonprofit organization, it happens at an alarming rate.  Stating, “tonight more than 1,300 young... Continue Reading →

Are Nonprofit Organizations in the Dark Age?

Non Profit Mindset Are Nonprofit Organizations in the Dark Age? Staggeringly, the answer is mainly yes.  Nonprofit leaders want to embrace technology into their organizations, but the reality is very few do.  Some are even aware that embracing technology would also boost their organization's mission and fundraising potential.    So, one might ask, what is... Continue Reading →

For Profit vs. Nonprofit

“What’s Good for the Goose ‘Should’ be Good for the Gander” This is a common phrase that denotes, “What is good for a man is equally good for a woman; or, what a man can have or do, so can a woman have or do."  We hope this should be the case.  AND should be no different for the concepts of For-Profit... Continue Reading →

Understanding Generational Donation Gaps

Generational Donation Gaps Most everyone is familiar with the term, or idea, of “generation gaps” which are technically defined as differences in philosophies between generations.  Most generations are named for the time period or global event they were born during or after, as demonstrated by the most popular group, the Baby Boomers.  Born after World... Continue Reading →

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