Aligning Technology & Human Capabilities for Nonprofits

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Technology has received negative attention of late, particularly with the rise of AI in organizational operations and the ensuing fear of “robots taking over our jobs.” However, it doesn’t have to be all about machines taking over and replacing human workers. In a recent Harvard Business Review article aptly entitled “AI Won’t Replace Humans — […]

Wealth Screening 101: What Nonprofits Need to Know

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Your nonprofit engages in many fundraising activities to generate the revenue you need to further your mission. With so many opportunities out there—from securing major gifts to starting a membership program—it can be challenging to figure out how your team can best focus its efforts to maximize results. That’s where wealth screening comes into play. […]

Playbook: Incorporate Planned Giving into a Capital Campaign

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Capital campaigns drive incredible impact for nonprofit organizations, funding important new investments that grow their capacity to pursue their missions and serve more constituents.  These campaigns also create many opportunities to deepen relationships and drive impact beyond soliciting one-time campaign gifts and pledges. For example, many organizations use their capital campaign to help kickstart or […]

Best Practices in Change Management for Nonprofit Organizations

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Change is an inevitable reality for nonprofit organizations, requiring continuous adaptation to meet the evolving needs of their donors, stakeholders, and communities. Whether it’s a shift in funding, restructuring staff, new technologies, or a crisis demanding swift action, effective change management is crucial for nonprofits to thrive through challenging moments that stress employees, clients, fundraising […]