Weekly Fundraising Headlines and Blogs

Have you ever had an experience with a company that just blew your socks off? What about the other side of the coin? A company that made you feel that they were doing you a favor by allowing you to be served by them? There is something in the culture of companies that determine which experience you are most likely to have. As a nonprofit leader, you have the opportunity to build a culture that makes people feel important – the clients you serve, your staff, your donors, etc. Which do you choose?

Here’s a summary of this week’s articles and blogs related to fundraising and nonprofit organizations. As always, please feel free to share this with others might benefit from the information. Thanks again for reading!

FUNDRAISING

  • How can you be donor-centric if you don’t know who your donor is? http://bit.ly/9YnPat Pamela Grow’s Grantwriting Blog
  • How to segment your list for more money! http://bit.ly/9YnPat Pamela Grow’s Grantwriting Blog
  • A Conversation With Margaret Coady, Director, Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy http://bit.ly/bExfRa PhilanTopic

TECHNOLOGY/SOCIAL MEDIA

NONPROFIT COMMUNICATIONS

LEADERSHIP

OTHER

  • Government Cuts Force Many Charities to Trim Operations http://bit.ly/axK5Jz The Chronicle of Philanthropy
  • Small Charities Face October Deadline on Tax Status http://bit.ly/a06OA7 The Chronicle of Philanthropy
  • Census Figures Reveal the Downsizing of America http://bit.ly/93o1CZ Joanne’s Nonprofits Blog
  • 82% of American’s still feel that the economy is in a recession, according to a Gallup Poll-Aug 2010 http://bit.ly/d0aELa frogloop
  • Donor Confidence Down, Report Finds http://bit.ly/bS1V77 FundRaising Success
  • Generation Y: Breaking Stereotypes by Raising Funds and Doing Good http://bit.ly/bFWPEy FundRaising Success

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