If you're looking to raise money for a good cause without the extravagance of a full-on gala, having a house party can be great as a simpler, more intimate alternative.
Whether solving a Rubik’s Cube or developing a millennial engagement strategy, each requires the recognition that you’re dealing with a new kind of puzzle with its own tricks and quirks. So, what are the tricks for how to solve the millennial engagement puzzle?
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Why might a well-rounded, thoughtful organization struggle to attract the kind of support they needed to stay afloat? It could be a matter of knowing too much.
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WEBINAR Your Board and Fundraising
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Introduction to Finding Grants for Education Organizations OFFSITE IN SAN RAFAEL
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When it comes to identifying prospects, many otherwise intelligent people enter the world of the Sugar Plum Fairy.
How Tech Gives is a blog series in partnership with Silicon Valley Community Foundation on Philanthropy Front and Center-San Francisco featuring interviews with Bay Area tech leaders about philanthropy news, trends and opportunities among the tech companies in our region. In this post Juliana Deans, Manager, Corporate Responsibility at Silicon Valley Community Foundation, interviews Patty Nation, Director of Global Corporate and Community Engagement, Xilinx. Xilinx’s award-winning signature community engagement program, the Global Educational Ecosystem, was launched in January 2007 and continues to this day.
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Social entrepreneurs often end up wasting precious time running after unrealistic funding opportunities and knocking on doors that will never open, instead of investing their energies in more effective approaches.
If you want to get a social venture off the ground, here are a few common fundraising pitfalls to avoid.