CFW 17.07.11

Posted by National Catholic Development Conference on Jul 11, 2017 11:50:00 AM


Let’s Recognize and Affirm the Generosity of our Donors Before it’s too Late

Congress is currently addressing a number of critical issues which will impact the charitable community.  Changes in funding will in many cases, place greater responsibilities on the charitable sector to find additional resources where budget cuts will impact numerous programs. Concerns about healthcare reform are paramount for all of us. Tax reform is another area of similar concern for all charities.” [The Fundraisers Outlook]

More need to know news:


America's social fabric is fraying: results from Congressional report

“…Samuelson was commenting on this report from the Joint Economic Committee on the state of America’s “social capital”—the amount of time that people spend with others, either in families, at work, in a church or synagogue, or in the community. In an interview with The Atlantic, Sen. Mike Lee said that while the Joint Economic Committee had a lot of information about the state of America’s economy, it didn’t have very much information on America’s civil society.” [Philanthropy Daily]

More emerging trends:


What Can You Do With Your Data? Tips and Tricks to Increasing Satisfaction Using Donor Data

“If you feel overwhelmed with too many people coming at you with too many new things to try, you’re not alone. This should help you decide what you really need and want … and what you don’t. Let’s go over a few guidelines.” Featuring NCDC Member Jack Doyle (Amergent) [Nonprofit Pro]

More tips and tactics:


Inspirational insight of the week: 

“Do not be afraid. Do not be satisfied with mediocrity. Put out into the deep and let down your nets for a catch.”

-Pope John Paul II


Turning Facebook Likes into Donors


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