Due to mentoring’s broad benefits, many see it as a solution to a wide array of organizational issues, but the tool should not be used to handle problem employees, an expert warns.
From the silly to serious, days surrounding a cause or industry can help associations raise awareness, bolster goodwill, and even increase funding.
By focusing on education, associations can provide value to corporate sponsors and members, while also boosting nondues revenue.
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.
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 Educational Theatre Foundation hit the ground running, assembling a board and racking up big donations early on. An inside look at how it happened.
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.
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.
Despite more dollars raised, a new report shows fewer people gave in 2018. That could portend disaster unless fundraisers make changes now.
Associations often use ad retargeting to encourage people to register for their events or buy other products. But they can also consider another tactic to boost nondues revenue: selling retargeted ads to outside vendors.