Archive for the ‘Charities/Not-For-Profits’ Category

Donate a day! Get a vacation!

05/13/2014 · Posted in Charities/Not-For-Profits

Each year on the second Wednesday of May everyone is encouraged to “Donate a Day’s Wage to Charity”.  This nationally recognized day began in 2002 to bring awareness of giving to charities and how easy it can be. One day’s wage is 1/365 of what you earn in a year; that is only 0.27% of ...

Have fun. Will travel. Raise money.

05/09/2014 · Posted in Charities/Not-For-Profits, Travel

Do you remember your first vacation? You, know, the one with beautiful sunsets, sand between your toes, a morning cup of coffee from a mountain cabin view or laughter-filled afternoons making snow angles. Even the ones that might have involved way too much sunscreen lathered on or not enough, mosquito attacks, creepy-crawlers in your tent, ...

What Drives Young Donors?

02/06/2014 · Posted in Charities/Not-For-Profits

Nonprofit organizations are seeing, and feeling, the shift from one generation of donors to the next. While Baby Boomers and the Greatest Generation largely focused their charitable giving on healthcare, religious organizations and the arts, young donors seem to be driven by values, as well as results. The Frey Chair for Family Philanthropy program at ...

The Strategy of Collaboration

07/19/2013 · Posted in Charities/Not-For-Profits

A mission statement is the foundation of every non-profit. Some nonprofits drift from their mission after years of serving their clients, while others are able to grip firmly to the mission that originally opened their doors. For those who are able to stick to their original mission, collaborations with other local organizations can play a key ...