Is Your Nonprofit’s “Check Engine” Light on?

  • On August 28, 2019
Has the CHECK ENGINE light in your car ever come on? As car issues go, it can be pretty minor. It might require nothing more than adjustment of the gas cap. Or it might indicate that your car needs a significant repair! All you know is what you can see — that one warning light. […]
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3 Ways to Attract Gifts from Donor-Advised Funds

  • On November 14, 2018
Has your organization adopted any new strategies to attracts gifts from donor-advised funds (DAFs)? Donors love these accounts. They can deposit funds (as little as $5,000) and immediately take the full charitable tax deduction. The assets then grow tax-free, and donors can make grants from them any time they wish. There are a couple of […]
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The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up Your Donor Data

  • On January 4, 2018
What’s the state of your donor database? Here are some of the answers we’ve heard from our clients: “We’ve got board members from the 80s. Event attendees from the 90s. It’s hard to hack through all of it to find anything useful.”  “We don’t know who anyone is — we have names and gift amounts, but […]
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