A new study released by Community Brands looks at donor experience and expectations, with an aim to help nonprofits assess what their own donors experience and pinpoint where there’s room for improvement.
Want to make your association’s messaging to members more effective? Here are three tips to make it more personalized and relevant.
The Consumer Federation of America linked arms with 22 other organizations in asking the FTC to investigate YouTube for violating children’s privacy. According to CFA, joining a group like this sends a stronger message to the federal agency and makes a more efficient use of time and resources.
The American Distilling Institute’s “Judging of Craft Spirits” event not only pushes its industry toward excellence, but it also brings in a significant chunk of nondues revenue for the association.
To get more of its members excited about participating in advocacy-related work, the Auto Care Association launched its Auto Care Hometown Summit initiative.
To prevent leaks or hacks of film and TV content—like the one last year that led to the posting on the internet of a not-yet-aired episode of Game of Thrones—the Motion Picture Association of America and the Content Delivery & Security Association have launched the Trusted Partner Network.
Associations should think carefully about their strategy for translating when they launch events in different corners of the world.
With the number of seniors who have been targeted by a financial scam increasing, the Cooperative Credit Union Association launched a new education initiative to combat elder financial abuse.
How SHRM brought its affinity program back to life.
The American Academy of Ophthalmology is embracing research into new technologies that will help its members do their work better and more efficiently, asserting that these advancements will not supplant the need for ophthalmologists themselves.