Leaders should keep a close eye on the subtle ways that they—or their employees—might be introducing biases to the way they approach remote calls.
While the pandemic has dampened the economy, that doesn’t mean associations can’t still reach fundraising goals. Starting stewardship with donors now will put your organization in the best position to make the most of end-of-year fundraising.
October 31 might look different this year, but 58 percent of Americans say they plan to celebrate in some way, according to the National Retail Federation. That’s just one of our 13 associations that make Halloween what it is.
The American Psychological Association says we’re more stressed before next week’s election than we were four years ago. Also: Dolly Parton headlines a new charity single that supports the fight against breast cancer.
Knowing its members were significantly affected by the pandemic, TRSA, the association for linen, uniform, and facility services, realized it needed to shift priorities. With expert and member input, the group launched a new strategic plan to keep focused on goals that would help its members survive.
As associations move forward, they must plan budgets even though meetings, sponsorships, and professional development products are on uncertain footing. Experts recommend using lessons from today to help with budget expectations for tomorrow.
With the challenges of COVID-19 forcing associations to adapt, the Greeting Card Association moved to a new management model to help the organization modernize and navigate pandemic-related changes.
A recent survey shows that nonprofits have been surviving the pandemic by rethinking sponsorship offerings and revenue streams, while ensuring they clearly communicate value to members.
A new resource hub has pandemic survival essentials for business owners. Also: Nonprofits led by people of color are wrestling with COVID-19 alongside systemic racism, and the Building Movement Project’s new report reveals the challenges ahead.
Influencers can drive a lot of attention and engagement toward your cause. But for the partnership to work, it takes the right influencer and an association that knows how to negotiate and collaborate effectively.