Blog posts tagged with Fundraising
One of the questions we get asked most often is how to find federal funding opportunities. People really want to know how to find out about government grants available before they are announced in the Federal Register or on Grants.gov. Here are some tips to help you stay informed so you can plan proactively.
“Strong leadership is critical for effective social sector organizations, yet the sector chronically underinvests in its leaders.”
So began Leveraging Social Sector Leadership, a 2015 report by U.C. Berkeley researchers for Grantmakers for Effective Organizations (GEO). The GEO report calls leadership development—for activities such as coaching, mentoring, executive education—the highest form of capacity building for the social sector.
About six months ago, we featured a series of posts about Sustain Arts, brand new, arts-focused funding data tool. Now, we are checking in with Claire Rice, national director of Sustain Arts.
On November 18, we had the pleasure of hosting a panel of experts for a program entitled, “Successful Strategies for Nonprofit Fundraising Events.”
The question of how to attract the attention of foundations that give only to preselected organizations (by some estimates, this is as many as 60 percent of all foundations) is a vexing one.
Claire Axelrad shares her five secrets to success when crafting fundraising appeals and end-of-year campaigns.