Philanthropy Wired – February 2021
ULTRA WEALTHY ACCOUNT FOR 36% OF INDIVIDUAL GIVING, GLOBALLY –– HOW TO EMPOWER THE OTHER 64%?
February 23, 2021 / Philanthropy Wired /
Philanthropy Wired – January 2021
As we enter 2021, I wish all a very Happy New Year. There are many reasons to be optimistic about the New Year, yet at the same time, I remain contemplative regarding what 2020 meant for all impacted by the pandemic
February 16, 2021 / Philanthropy Wired /
STORYTELLING: THE ART OF SUCCESSFUL FUNDRAISING
Telling the story of your nonprofit is the art of successful fundraising. Like storytelling, at its best, fundraising is a very human-centered enterprise.
February 16, 2021 / Peter Jones /
Philanthropy Wired – December 2020
Two headlines particularly caught my attention recently: Jack Dorsey’s Just Square Commits $100 Million to Boost Black-Owned Banks and Businesses and The Tax Rule That Inspired Billionaires and Movie Stars to Back Climate Moonshots.
January 13, 2021 / Philanthropy Wired /
Leaning Into the New Normal: A practical guide on lessons learned from 2020 to make 2021 your best year ever
As we start the new year with hope and renewed energy, on behalf of all at S. Sutton & Associates Inc., I would like to thank you for your amazing support and friendship throughout the year.
January 10, 2021 / Debbie Flinn /
They Don’t Grow on Trees (Non Crescunt in Arboribus): A Short Treatise on Foundation Solicitation
From many years as a writer, a successful recipient, an observer of nonprofits, and a teacher of grants development, I have reached several conclusions:
August 26, 2020 / Thomas McCarty /