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These four questions will define commonly mixed-up terms in nonprofit data gathering and help you determine the best outcome measures to tell your organization’s story.

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A little less than a year ago (May 2018), I wrote about a nonprofit in Qatar that had been working to empower marginalized youth and women in several Arab countries.

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First, let me acknowledge that I am not an expert in this field. I read more than a dozen articles in financial and nonprofit forums and asked advice from colleagues who advise nonprofits on financial planning to gather information for this blog post.

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There are over 552,000 homeless on a given night in America. Roughly 40,000 of them are vets. Mostly single and male, according to the National Alliance to End Homelessness, 54% of them have a mental or physical disability.

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As donations through Bitcoin and other digital currencies become more commonplace and acceptable and assuming the crypto market continues to flourish, crypto-philanthropy will indeed grow. There will also be more testing of smart contracts and Blockchain managed giving and tracking which, if successful, could establish a new norm for transparency in philanthropy.

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The plight of the homeless has become so commonplace in our world that we have become numb to their suffering until we look into their pained eyes, the window to their God-given soul. ..

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When planning a fundraiser for a nonprofit organization it’s important to analyze your NonProfit Event Revenue Streams. In your analysis, you can uncover ways to maximize funds being raised and offer guests varying price points to participate.

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In the United States, rare diseases are defined as a disease affecting fewer than 200,000. There are 7,000 different rare diseases. This sounds like a lot, but if you consider the above statement about specific mutations for cancer, even more cancers will fall under the definition of a rare disease.

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You know you have an amazing program and are serving an unmet need in your community, but how do you convey that information in a way that is impactful to the nameless, faceless committee who will be reviewing your grant application?

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Friends, readers, fundraisers, lend me your ears! It’s super important that you make it easy for people to find your social channels.

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We estimated that only one in five people cares about showing generosity to others without feeling these characteristics really matter to themselves. They are more likely to donate when they can be recognized as generous.

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Tim and his team aim to de-code what drives people to give. NextAfter has run over 12,000 marketing optimization experiments that are publicly sourced for other companies to use freely.

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