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Nonprofit galas are not always worth the effort

May 8, 2018
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Fundraising lessons from the trenches. By JESSICAH WHITE | May 7, 2018 I do not have fundraising events in my fundraising strategy, nor do I intend to in the near future. I have ridden the highs and lows of events ranging from grand galas to ping-pong parties and enjoyed their accompanying success. But far too…

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Giving Days Get Cluttered So Charities Start Their Own

April 24, 2017
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Giving Days Get Cluttered So Charities Start Their Own

The biggest giving day of the year, #GivingTuesday, can suck up a lot of attention and effort but fundraisers can just as easily find themed days that match the organization’s mission, according to the NonProfit Times.

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Buyer Beware: Negotiating terms in technology agreements

March 20, 2017
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Buyer Beware: Negotiating terms in technology agreements

With the proliferation of technological solutions for everything from fundraising to donor relationship management, an increasing number of third-party vendors are being engaged to integrate these systems into their day-to-day operations, but it’s essential that you understand the terms of technology agreements and be prepared to negotiate them, the NonProfit Times writes.

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Governor Cuomo Announces Proposal to Modernize Charitable Gaming Rules and Support Non-Profits Across New York

February 15, 2017
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Governor Cuomo Announces Proposal to Modernize Charitable Gaming Rules and Support Non-Profits Across New York

FY 2018 Executive Budget Updates Bureaucratic Laws to Allow Charitable Organizations to Raise More Funds Through Raffles, Other Games Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a proposal to modernize laws to make it easier for charitable organizations to raise funds through gaming, including raffles, bell jar and other types of games, according to a press release.

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New York Coffee Drinkers Raised $64K For The ACLU

February 15, 2017
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New York Coffee Drinkers Raised $64K For The ACLU

Coffee shops in New York raised $64,000 in one weekend for the ACLU. New York coffee shops that participated in a weekend-long fundraiser for the ACLU raised more than 64,000 dollars in three days, according to the fundraiser’s organizers, Patch writes.

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Nonprofit Workplace Challenges Predicted For 2017

January 6, 2017
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Nonprofit Workplace Challenges Predicted For 2017

Staffing, workflow, finance and fundraising will be the trends to watch in nonprofit operations during 2017 when it comes to charities and associations, the NonProfit Times writes.

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