Teaching Kids About Philanthropy

When it comes to giving to charity, oftentimes it’s the adults of the house who choose the organizations they donate to. And with the ease of online giving, charitable donations can be made quickly, or even scheduled if you’re a recurring giver, so that you don’t even need to think about it. However, it’s important to instill philanthropic tendencies into the next generation, which is why we encourage you to chat with your kids about how you give back and why.

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Hurricane Dorian 2019: 8 Ways to Help

Hurricane Dorian made her way to the States, but not before completely ravaging the Bahamas. Dorian hit the Bahamas as a Category 5 hurricane, damaging 60 percent of the homes in Marsh Harbour, leaving behind a death toll of 20 and 70,000 people in need of lifesaving help.

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5 Strategies for a Stronger Email Game

Whether you work in nonprofit or retail, marketing or engineering, email communication with prospects, customers and donors is essential. And while every organization uses email just a little bit differently, nonprofits – according to a study by Campaign Monitor – experienced higher-than-average email open rates in 2018 compared with other industries.

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A Healthy Dose of Volunteering

We all know that volunteering has a positive impact on our communities and our world, and that it tends to give us that warm, fuzzy feeling (also known as “helper’s high”). But did you know that volunteering can also provide health benefits?

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Matching Gift Hide-and-Seek: 6 Reasons you’re missing out on matching gifts

Each year, $4-7 billion in matching gifts go unclaimed. This is a ton of money that nonprofits are missing out on that could go toward supporting their missions and allowing them to do the great work that they need to do to improve their communities and the world. Matching gifts, especially through corporate giving programs, are a great way for nonprofits to increase donations and allow employees to give to the causes that mean the most to them, while doubling that donation through an employer contribution.

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