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Fundraising Professional Hail New York Case Settlement, Encourage Donors to Take Wise Giving Steps
AFP applauds the work of the New York State Attorney’s General Office and reminds donors of the importance of direct mail, while cautioning charities to be careful with their donor lists.
Study Links Charity Fundraising Results to Annual Fund Campaigns
(July 15, 2014) Charitable organizations in the U.S. and Canada are more likely to raise funds successfully when they have a formal, annual fundraising drive, according to survey results released by the Nonprofit Research Collaborative. This is some of the first research to look at how annual funds are conducted and the role the annual fund plays in helping an organization reach fundraising goals.
Skystone Partners Prize for Research on Fundraising and Philanthropy
Each year, the AFP Research Council awards the Skystone Partners Prize for Research to the author of a book that contributes substantially to the knowledge and understanding of fundraising or philanthropy.
Syncing for Success: The Second Development and Finance Symposium
(July 9, 2014) At the second Development and Finance Symposium (May 13-14, 2014), the balance between finance and development attendees was nearly equal (46 percent finance; 54 percent development), showing that both departments were more eager and keen to sync-up than ever. Co-sponsored by AFP and the Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership at the Susanne M. Glasscock School of Continuing Studies, Rice University, the event brought attendees together from 15 states, two countries and two very important, yet different departments. The conclusion? They want MORE—more partnership, more education, more syncing.