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The Future of Inclusive Philanthropy

Lately, there seems to be no shortage of attacks on progressive politics and civil rights issues in America, as well as vital institutions like public education and our fledgling national healthcare system. School choice vouchers threaten to take federal dollars away...

How Inclusive Leadership Can Change Philanthropy

Inclusive leadership is a type of leadership that brings together all people involved in an organization. It values the contribution of every person in the company regardless of the position they hold. Enterprises that practice this type of leadership value the...

Vital Phases of All Successful Non Profit Campaigns

Nonprofits must generate income from donors. Otherwise, a nonprofit won’t be able to effectively operate. Regardless of how good the nonprofit’s cause might be, a lack of funds means the enterprise cannot do what is required to support the cause. Raising...

Best Books About Health and Food

You know the old adage, “You are what you eat?” It’s fairly accurate in terms of overall health. If you eat for health, you will be healthy. If you eat solely for taste…maybe, maybe not! There are ways to eat healthy and still enjoy your food,...
What Nonprofits Should Know About Generation Z

What Nonprofits Should Know About Generation Z

As Generation X starts to age, and Generation Y starts to have children, it’s time to think about the next generation, “Generation Z”, those that are born in and after 1998, many of whom are now entering college and finishing high school.  Growing up in the middle of...

Charities Getting Digital

While few can deny that digital technology is the future, most charity fundraisers have only just started to use it.  Blackbaud’s 2016 Charitable Giving Report, while only 7.2% individual donations in the UK were made online, the portion of those made on a mobile...