Fundraising Fundamentals Podcast
With the growth of smartphone use, messages need to be more concise and attention-grabbing and should include multimedia, says an expert.
Read the transcript of a live discussion featuring advice from the host of NPR's "Wait, Wait ... Don't Tell Me!" and a skilled fundraiser.
Face of Philanthropy
The Audubon Society and a nurse have figured out a way to calm Alzheimer's patients and lift their spirits.
Harriet Stern Warshaw is taking over the Conversation Project, a new nonprofit that wants to help people talk more openly about their end-of-life wishes.
John Wood, founder of Room to Read, says by talking about solutions and taking creative approaches to getting publicity, his charity hopes that by 2015 it will have reached...
To protect the integrity of groups pursuing nonpartisan activities, it's important for the tax agency to be clearer about just what kinds of politicking social-welfare groups...
Podcast: Fundraising Fundamentals
Fundraisers need to avoid falling into the trap of thinking all older or younger donors are alike.
Podcast: Making Change
The chief executive of Britain’s National Endowment for Science, Technology, and the Arts on why big change is often a slow, organic process.
Podcast: Social Good
Jennifer James has built a network of 1,000 mothers who write about health, education, hunger, and other causes as a way to raise money and get attention for charities.