This week’s column highlights the importance of exposing our kids and young adults to the impactful benefits of supporting nonprofits. We offer guidance for organizations on ways to involve local youth in service and/or giving.
As Giving Tuesday and the end of the year rapidly approaches, this column was written to catalyze nonprofit supports into the spirit of giving. We encourage our readers to take the lead by reaching out to nonprofits with gifts and appreciation. A little intentional act can go a long way!
Inspired by a FGT reader, this column highlights the important movement of trust-based philanthropy. We delve into the concept of nonprofit and funders having a transparent relationship by sharing core values, actionable items, and resources to sustain trust within philanthropy.
Are you part of a grassroots or emerging nonprofit? Or perhaps you’re a funder of nonprofits. This week’s column is for you! Readers are encouraged to self-reflect on factors such as time, money, and bureaucracies, as these relate to the grant seeking process. Learn more!
Every October the Association of Fundraising Professionals(AFP) celebrates and promotes fundraising ethics. This column, we present an ethical dilemma a nonprofit executive may face and highlight a specific code of ethical principle from the AFP.
How we interact with others makes all the difference in a successful nonprofit operation. This week we interview Lucy Shaw, a business consultant offering The Heart Service Workshop, which aims to restore the lack of “heart” within the workplace.