Monthly Archives: August 2011

Whose Job is it to Raise Money?

by John Biggins of member firm American City Bureau, Inc. If you want to conduct a little social experiment, ask random staff members of any not-for-profit this simple question:  Whose job is it to raise money? If the leery look, … Continue reading

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Biting the Hand that Feeds Us?

by David H. King of member firm Alexander Haas Over the past four years, there has been a lot of political rhetoric about the top three percent of income earners in the United States. Most of this rhetoric has been … Continue reading

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Many Questions – and Answers – About Charitable Giving

Many Questions – and Answers – About Charitable Giving from Giving USA Presentations  Many Giving Institute member firms have spent the time since the release of “Giving USA 2011” hosting Webinars and presentations to go over the report’s findings on … Continue reading

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WHAT DO WE DO NOW?

By Poonam Prasad of member firm Prasad Consulting & Research Just as the latest Giving USA figures showed a slight uptick and the beginning of a recovery in US charitable giving, the latest economic news is beginning to spread gloom … Continue reading

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