Donors don't have to be a mystery. 3D Philanthropy addresses the emotional and motivational dimensions of fundraising; with analysis not just of how donors think and behave, but also how they feel and why they respond as they do.
No, that's not a typo. That's truly how it feels: a re-energizing for new directions and older directions left dormant for a long time. We've all lived long enough to know that walking through one open door inevitably means allowing others to swing shut, at least for the time being. The open door that was Hilborn led to so much that I will always treasure . . .
Working as a nonprofit fundraiser may not be a path to wealth and fame, but it does bring a certain amount of respect and admiration - unless you say you're a telemarketer! Dan Abraham shares why this is a problem for all fundraisers and shares some "myth-busting" facts to shine a light on the positive aspects of a quality telefundraising campaign.
Corporate giving is an important part of any fundraising program, in part one of his new series on corporate giving, Brad Offman helps to challenge commonly held assumptions and explains what motivates a corporation to make a social investment in your mission.
This is part six of excerpts from David Oyler’s feature article “How Does Social Enterprise Translate to the Charitable Sector?” The entire article will be posted on his website, after the final instalment in Hilborn Charity eNews.