A Small Business Guide to Data Privacy

As privacy laws evolve, it's important to understand your responsibilities when storing confidential data as a business. You must make sure the private data you collect about your customers cannot easily fall into the wrong hands. Following this small business guide on data privacy will help you Read More

Tips for Planning a Successful Virtual Fundraising Event

The pandemic has triggered an escalation in virtual events as many businesses now use the Zoom platform to connect with live audiences. A virtual fundraising event can be a highly effective way to build resources, but you must avoid letting the virtual experience become predictable, robotic, and Read More

How Diversity and Inclusion Strategies Can Improve Your Work Environment

Diversity, equity, and inclusion are imperatives of a successful workforce. A good leader who can foster a feeling of unity and set themselves up as an ally to mistreated or marginalized employees can help improve the overall workplace environment. An ally is generally seen as someone who Read More

The Link between Sleep and Employee Productivity

Sleep deprivation has implications on individual health, agility, cognition, and workplace performance. Sleep and employee productivity are related in a very tangible way. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that close to two in three American adults do not sleep adequately and Read More

10 Ways to Boost Morale While Working from Home

The pandemic has led to the widespread adoption of work at home jobs, which can be difficult for some people. Morale is a key component a company must nurture to maintain a motivated and productive team. Employers can boost morale among employees working at home using the following methods. 1.Keep Read More

Social Change and Giving During the Pandemic

The pandemic has led to many changes in the workplace and in how people believe businesses should be run. There have also been many social changes due to the pandemic. These changes in the face of coronavirus are altering cultural norms. Here's a look at recent research on fundraising, social Read More

8 Affordable Remote Work Tools to Increase Productivity at Your Nonprofit

One of the top goals of every business is to increase productivity, which in theory, should improve profits. As many small businesses have not survived the pandemic, pressure has risen on organizations, especially nonprofits, to become as efficiently run as possible while practicing social Read More

4 Most Effective Fundraising Appeal Letters for Your Campaigns

Even though fundraising can be very challenging, the use of a fundraising appeal letter and envelope can help efforts. Once donors look inside the envelopes, chances for your organization collecting a donation increase. Here are some tips based on research that can help a fundraising campaign raise Read More

Seven Resources That Can Boost Your Giving Campaigns

Staying in touch with your community is an important part of the giving season. By building a list of credible and reliable resources, your non-profit organization will have more control of its holiday spending budget. Certain firms offer assistance that help non-profits save thousands of dollars on Read More

Five Important Fundraising Trends to Look Out For in 2021

Fundraising has become more challenging in the pandemic era, but at the same time, there's more sympathy and support for causes. Another undercurrent that affects fundraising is the changing relationship between non-profit organizations and business partnerships. Understanding these trends and Read More