Last Friday we hosted a live panel discussion announcing the release of our report, “Giving in Faith: How Coronavirus Widened the Digital Divide.” We’re happy to provide this recording of the webinar that you can watch any time you like.
You’ve set a new vision for your church and the entire congregation is on board. Now, you need to follow through on what you’ve promised. Funding is one of the hardest parts of bringing a big vision to life. Your congregation expects fundraisers. But they usually involve adults buying chocolate bars they don’t need from
If your board of directors is anything like the panel on the show “Shark Tank,” you’re likely on edge reading this article right now. Don’t worry, we’re the experts in giving. After reading this, you’ll be ready to wow your board of directors with a new fundraising solution. Here are the industry-standard best practices for
77.34 million. That’s how many people donated their time to a nonprofit organization last year. 6.9 Billion. That’s how many volunteer hours Americans served last year. Volunteering is a selfless act that is rarely turned down, but not all nonprofits are able to handle the influx of people wanting to serve during the holidays. These
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are the top buzzwords this weekend and we hope you’re shopping safely. Before you spend your last dollars on the hottest deals of the season, consider giving to some heartwarming causes. Here are 12 underserved causes that could use your generosity this #GivingTuesday. 1. Girls Incorporated (National office) Girls Inc.’s