Fundraisers have worried that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act would dramatically lower giving. With the first filing season closed since it took effect, anecdotal evidence suggests donors may not give or change the intervals of their gifts.
During day one of ASAE’s Xperience Design Project event, association professionals were shown why branding is in the hands of every employee and encouraged to strive for the “impossible.”
A new report finds small associations want more nondues revenue but haven’t focused on achieving it. To remedy that, report authors recommend quick tech fixes to bring in more money.
The National School Boards Association’s new report offers to help industry groups interact better with school districts to prepare “life-ready” graduates.
The Educational Theatre Foundation hit the ground running, assembling a board and racking up big donations early on. An inside look at how it happened.
In the wake of the deaths of two survivors of the Parkland shooting and the father of a child killed at Sandy Hook, the American Association of Suicidology is working to connect high schools and survivors with professional help.
A researcher studying ways to stem the high rate of employees leaving nonprofits has been searching for low-cost solutions and homed in on inclusion and leadership.
The Alberta Motor Transport Association built a new training state-of-the-art track and complex to help increase safety among its drivers.
After the FBI exposed college admissions cheats, the Independent Educational Consultants Association helped members stay ahead of any potential fallout. It also came with good news for IECA: a spike in membership applications.
Capitalizing on the feel-good vibe of the Irish holiday, the Muscular Dystrophy Association’s Shamrocks campaign raises millions during March.