Donors Love To Be On The Winning Team

Who doesn’t want to be a part of the winning team? We know how much fun it can be to cheer for the winners of the Rose Bowl or your team in March-Madness Final Four. Thousands of fans are putting their money where their pom poms are and supporting their winning teams with winning donations! Read more about Donors Love To Be On The Winning Team[…]

A Surge of Major Donations for Brain Research

The brain is one of the human body’s most complex organs and there is a lot about it that is still unknown. According to Judi Liu MD, Ph.D., assistant neurology professor at Brown University, there is no other scientific or medical problem that has as much potential as brain research. A record-breaking $100 million dollar Read more about A Surge of Major Donations for Brain Research[…]

The Generation that is Breaking Stereotypes and Changing Philanthropy

The millennial generation, those born between 1980 and 2000, have been described by older counterparts as entitled, narcissistic, and even lazy. However, in the past few years, stories have emerged that question this stereotype. Whilst millennials are taking radical steps away from trends of past generations, many new studies have shown that they are interested in Read more about The Generation that is Breaking Stereotypes and Changing Philanthropy[…]

Donor Retention for Annual Success

Charitable giving in the US has increased nearly every year since the late 1970’s. Blackbaud’s 2017 Charitable Giving Report stated that all sectors of nonprofit donations were up by about 1% in 2016; higher education saw a slightly higher increase at about 1.5%. While it is good news that donations are up, the increase in donations Read more about Donor Retention for Annual Success[…]

The Untapped Potential of your International Alumni

According to the 2016 edition of Education at a Glance, the number of international students worldwide has grown tremendously over the past decades with around 5 times as many international students as there were in the 1970’s. The U.K., Canada, Australia and France are increasingly popular destinations for international students, but the U.S. still hosts Read more about The Untapped Potential of your International Alumni[…]

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