Monthly Archives: October 2011

Where is the Money??

by Rita J. Galowich of member firm Fund Inc. Are nonprofits leaving money on the table? Are they/how are they leveraging their programs and services to gain the maximum dollars while making a positive impact on society? The “new normal” … Continue reading

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by Thomas W. Mesaros of member firm The Alford Group Like many not-for-profit organizations these days, you are probably asking the following questions: Will the economy ever recover?  How soon might we begin the initiatives to fulfill our strategic plan?  … Continue reading

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Taking a Fresh Look at Endowment: Financial Security, Ethical Dilemmas, & Investment Strategies

by Robert I. Evans of member firm The EHL Consulting Group, Inc. Every vibrant nonprofit today requires a strong endowment as part of its financial program and the best and most well-run agencies accepted this mandate many years ago. Lessons from the … Continue reading

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Leadership makes a Difference and Effective Leadership is a Covenant

by Leonard J. Moisan, PhD of member firm The Covenant Group CEOs and Board members frequently ask us what it takes to be successful at advancing an organization’s mission or maximizing capacity through fundraising. Is it the compelling vision, the … Continue reading

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by Bill Durkin of member firm William Durkin Associates Two profound and well-recognized trends in the first years of this century may have unintentionally contributed to a sense of complacency among non-profit organizations despite documentation that major gift donors and … Continue reading

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