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What to Do Now to Ward off Fraudulent Donations

Sep
27

by Karen Perry-Weinstat

Guest Columnist: Marc W. Halpert, egiving Online donations are designed to be easy for donors to use. Unfortunately they can be easy targets for thieves too, seeking a testing place for stolen credit card data to make false donations, hundreds of them in a flash. There is an upswing in nonprofits being attacked online. When […]

Putting Donors to Work Can Help You Raise More

Sep
6

by Karen Perry-Weinstat

  Does your organization have a major donor who has reached a giving plateau or, even worse, decreased his or her contribution level? Perhaps that’s because you are only asking for money. Investing major donors in your organization — personally, can lead to greater financial investment. One of the primary mistakes non-profits make is assuming […]

Celebrating Amazing Women: Lillian D. Wald, Social Service Pioneer

Sep
5

by Karen Perry-Weinstat

What do the NAACP, the Visiting Nurse Association and the Henry Street Settlement all have in common? They were all founded by nurse, author and humanitarian Lillian D. Wald. In 1922, The New York Times named Wald as one of the 12 greatest living Americans. Who was this woman who accomplished so much in her […]