Earlier this month, the company I have the privilege of leading released its …
By Marc Chardon on Mar 28, 2013
Measuring ROI in multichannel fundraising campaigns can be a lot of work, but …
By Steve MacLaughlin on Mar 6, 2013
In 2012, overall charitable giving in the United States was up 1.7% on a year-over-year basis and online giving grew 10.7%.
By Steve MacLaughlin on Feb 4, 2013
Knowing that fundraising is expect to carry on as-is this year and that across the nonprofit sector, experience and turnover are challenges, nonprofits need to prepare. Your nonprofit likely should consider four key measures.
By Cheryl Black on Jan 23, 2013
I’ve identified four key trends in the video above that I believe will have the greatest impact on the nonprofit sector this year based on my own observations and conversations with leaders in the nonprofit sector, as well as research that Blackbaud has conducted.
By Marc Chardon on Jan 8, 2013
We can argue about the accuracy of the calculator or of the averages I used, but the bottom line remains the same: the average donor should not be underestimated.
By Cheryl Black on Dec 28, 2012
The world of K-12 education is in great flux right now. Thousands of …
By Chuck Longfield on Nov 12, 2012
Nonprofits can no longer treat supporters like they treated donors; as episodic participants that they may have only asked for donations or sent a report to once a year. The good news is that the time spent in building and participating in engagement can pay off handsomely.
By Marc Chardon on Nov 7, 2012
Reinforcing the need for better donor development and retention are new data from Blackbaud that show a decline in charitable giving overall and only a slight increase in online giving in the three months through September, compared to the same period last year.
By Guest Blogger on Nov 2, 2012
The Nonprofit Technology Network recently published their 6th annual Nonprofit Technology Staffing & Investments Survey Report. It is 54 pages of nptech goodness that can help your organization. To whet your whistle, let me share what I found most interesting.
By Cheryl Black on Oct 17, 2012