Tired of Giving Rubber Chicken Dinners to Raise Money?

Back by popular demand! RECESSION PROOF RESOURCES: How SMART Nonprofits Partner with Businesses - a nonprofit teleseminar program. If you are concerned about the impact of a tight economy on your ability to get needed resources for your nonprofit, join me for my four-part nonprofit teleseminar series, RECESSION PROOF RESOURCES: How SMART Nonprofits Partner with

Tax Deductions for Charitable Donations

I found this online article, Tax Deductions for Charitable Donations: What You Need to Know About the Tax Benefits of Donating to Charitable Causes by Joanne Fritz, About.com Guide,  to be very informative so I thought I would share it.  For the original version with additional links to useful information, click here. "There are many advantages to

United Airlines and the American Cancer Society

I got an email announcement today from United about their ongoing support of the American Cancer Society (ACS).  It appears United is doing a series of bears to sell to raise money for ACS.  This year's bear is called Maye I Hugyou.  As a nonparent, I once again admit I don't get the teddy bear

Impact of Tough Economic Times on Giving

I was checking some facts about giving in the US for my book this morning and I found a press release issued September 19, 2008 from Giving USA Foundation about the impact of recession on giving levels.  It stated,"What really happens to charitable giving when the economy is roiling? A new report from Giving USA Foundation examines the topic

Not Your Daughter's Jeans and Nordstrom Fight Breast Cancer

I was in Nordstrom in Circle Centre Mall in Indianapolis last week and noticed a flyer at the cash register for a promotion I want to share with you.  It's the first time I have seen this approach to cause marketing.  In cause marketing, a company usually commits some percentage or dollar value to a

Denver Restauranteur Supports Chinese Earthquake Recovery

In the Thursday, June 12th edition of the Denver Post, in the Denver & the West section, there was a little article in Bill Hustad's column about Charlie Huang - owner of two great Denver restaurants - Jing and Little Ollie's.  The article mentioned that Charlie was in China on May 12 when the earthquake

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