CFW 18.05.01

Posted by National Catholic Development Conference on Aug 17, 2018 12:43:54 PM


More Nonprofits Met Fundraising Targets in 2017, Report Finds

“Three-quarters of nonprofit organizations in the United States met their fundraising goals for 2017, while 21 percent are concerned that individual giving is likely to fall as a result of tax legislation passed in December, a report from the Nonprofit Research Collaborative finds.” [Philanthropy News Digest]

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Here Comes the Future: New Tech Trends in Fundraising

“While it’s important to have the basics set up properly and converting well, once your fundamentals are humming along (hopefully with some degree of automation), put your explorer helmet on and look to the horizon. Cool things are happening way out there on the bleeding edge that may be worth a try at your organization. And as technology trends take hold, some of those cool things may become “must-haves” within a year or two.” [NonProfit Pro]

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3 Questions That Will Identify Your Most Committed Donors

“Asking your donors why they are passionate about the cause is always a good idea. But how often do you ask them how they feel about your organization?

“It might be a better idea than you think.” [Bloomerang]

More tips and tactics:


Inspirational insight of the week:

“To heal the breach between the rich and the poor, it is necessary to distinguish between justice and charity.” 
– Pope Pius X

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