Sponsorship reversal shows compliance risks to art world
Posted on 07-11-2019 by Lisa Thompson

One of Britain’s most famous art institutions has reversed a sponsorship deal after it was revealed that the sponsor’s owner had backed a ban on teaching LGBT issues. As art organizations, universities and non-profits become more reliant on sponsorship rather than government funding, they... Read More

4 Cool Alumni Fundraising Ideas to Get You through the Dog Days of Summer
Posted on 07-31-2018 by Lindsey Lambert

The sun is shining. The swimming pool beckons. But vacation season does not change your fundraising goals. So, how do you maintain your momentum when the distractions of summer are making your alumni donors tune out? Use these helpful tips for enhancing your alumni engagement efforts. Conduct an... Read More

Finding Donors Like A Pro- 5 Things You Haven’t Considered in Your Current Research Plan
Posted on 07-13-2018 by Lindsey Lambert

When it comes to finding new donors for your university or non-profit, it's important to look beyond your alumni and current donor base and dig deeper into your community, special interest groups, corporations and partnerships. But where do you start? THINK OUTSIDE OF THE BOX Your research... Read More

How Charities Can Maximize Micro-Donations
Posted on 06-07-2018 by Lindsey Lambert

Micro-donations are now one of the main pillars of modern fundraising, and were considered to be a major disruption to the nonprofit landscape when they started to become prominent. US presidential elections have seen micro-donations account for increasing proportions of funds on a termly basis, while... Read More