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Grantmakers: This is How You Ensure Your Grantmaking Decisions Are Equitable

Grantmakers bear a significant responsibility both to themselves and the communities they are dedicated to serving. Their funding possesses the transformative potential to bring about positive changes in people's lives. The underlying objective of all grantmaking organizations is to facilitate constructive change and create substantial, meaningful impacts. Achieving this goal hinges upon an essential principle: grantmakers must consider the needs of all communities they touch, avoiding favoritism towards a select few.


Fundraising.AI Collaborative Launches Framework for Responsible AI

The Fundraising.AI Collaborative recently launched a framework for responsible AI for fundraising. The framework was created to help organizations understand the potential of AI and how to use it responsibly. It includes a set of principles, best practices, and resources to help organizations understand the ethical implications of using AI in fundraising. The framework was created by a group of experts from the fundraising and AI fields, and is available for free on the Fundraising.AI website.


Policymakers, nonprofits can leverage tech to expand youth opportunity

The Sanneh Foundation, founded by Tony Sanneh in 2003, is working to uplift communities and families through a multifaceted approach. The organization utilizes soccer as a means to bring people together and provide positive outlets for urban youth. Through programs like Kick it Back, gently used soccer gear and shoes are recycled and sent to children in Haiti and local high schools. In addition to sports programs, the Sanneh Foundation also empowers youth through mentorship, support, and nourishment. Technology plays a vital role in their work, providing children with access to educational tools and improving their chances of success in the modern world. The organization hopes to see positive legislation that supports their efforts in uplifting communities.


Data-Driven Programs Accelerate Digital Transformation for Nonprofits

As the pandemic disrupted traditional programs and fundraising avenues, nonprofits began to implement digital tools to collect data. To support nonprofit leaders seeking to leverage digital data to their organizations' best advantage, Info-Tech Research Group has released its new data-backed blueprint designed specifically for nonprofits. The resource, titled Make the Case for Your Nonprofit's Data and Analytics Initiative, was designed to demonstrate the value of data for nonprofit organizations by building a use case repository as the first step in the transformation process. It is also intended to help nonprofits prioritize these use cases by determining how aligned they are to their organizations' strategies, goals, objectives, and capacity.


Nonprofits, at the Helm: New Execs at Jacksonville's Early Learning Coalition

The Early Learning Coalition of Duval and Pace Center for Girls in Clay County have both appointed new leaders. Angel Carro was promoted to president and CEO of the Early Learning Coalition of Duval, and Genelle Thomas was appointed executive director of Pace Center for Girls in Clay County. Carro has been with the Early Learning Coalition since 2006 and has overseen the coalition's $111 million budget. Thomas follows Christina Helbling who departed to become full-time owner and executive director of Huntington Learning Center in St. Johns.


Nonprofit Urges LA City Council to End Motion Reallocating $500,000 in Funds

Members and advocates of the nonprofit The Wall Las Memorias Project attended the Los Angeles City Council meeting on Wednesday to express their concerns about a motion to transfer $500,000 in funds from the nonprofit to the community programs fund for Council District 1. The Wall Las Memorias Project serves the underserved Latino LGBTQ+ community, providing services such as HIV and substance-abuse prevention, mental health and more.


Why Handwritten Thank You Cards Hold a Special Place in Nonprofit Philanthropy

In this article, Veronica Cruz explores why handwritten thank-you cards hold a special place in nonprofit philanthropy. She explains that while technology has revolutionized how we connect and communicate, the power of a handwritten card remains unparalleled in its ability to convey genuine appreciation and create lasting impressions. Handwritten thank you notes provide a concrete representation of gratitude, going beyond just words. Receiving a real card has a unique meaning in our digital age, where contact is mainly done through displays. The card becomes a tangible reminder of the donor’s contribution and the nonprofit’s appreciation. This article was published on Market Business News on June 29, 2023. 


Effective Communication Strategies for Nonprofit Leaders

Effective communication is vital for any leader. In a nonprofit setup, it allows leaders to engage with stakeholders, promote their mission, and drive meaningful change. Whether it is connecting with donors, volunteers, or the community, as a nonprofit leader, you must employ diverse communication strategies to maximize the impact of your charity. This article explores eight essential communication strategies nonprofit leaders can utilize to enhance their outreach efforts.


Building and Sustaining Strategic Partnerships for Nonprofit Success

As a nonprofit leader, building partnerships with others and sustaining them is one of the things that can keep you growing in a challenging environment. You can only achieve this by collaborating with other businesses, foundations, and individuals, providing increased resources, expanded networks, and enhanced community impact. However, building and sustaining strategic partnerships is easier said than done. It requires careful planning, effective communication, and a genuine commitment to shared goals. Here are some key strategies you need to develop successful partnerships that contribute to the long-term success of your nonprofit organization.


AI's Impact on Nonprofit Fundraising

Are you tired of spending countless hours writing donation appeals, promoting events, and segmenting donors for personalized communication? Look no further than AI tools such as ChatGPT. With advancements in artificial intelligence, these tools can now automate these tasks for you, leaving you with more time to focus on other important aspects of your nonprofit organization. In this blog post, we'll explore the benefits of utilizing AI in your nonprofit and how tools like ChatGPT can revolutionize the way you operate.


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