A judgement for the ages? Ontario court decision opens up possibilities for political advocacy by charities

Written By: Andy Levy-Ajzenkopf
August 8, 2018

We talk to legal experts about the ramifications about the recent ruling in Ontario.

Fundraiser vs. Frontline: How to mend the rift

Written By: Susan Fish
July 11, 2018

For an organization to be successful, fundraisers and front-line staff must be able to work together.

The 30-Year Giving Itch: New report shines a long light on Canada's philanthropic trends

Written By: Andy Levy-Ajzenkopf
July 4, 2018

A new report looks at Canada's giving habits over the past 30 years and makes some startling predictions for the future.

Habits of successful fundraisers

Written By: Aine McGlynn
July 4, 2018

Need to fight procrastination to tackle some tasks you've been avoiding? Find out how creating habits can help.

Attention fundraisers: We all need to start talking about religion and money

Written By: Susan Fish
June 20, 2018

With the number of religious donors in Canada falling, it may be time for fundraisers to start talking about religion.

Mixing things up: Why it's important to embrace change

Written By: Erin Spink
June 20, 2018

Are you doing things just because you have always done them that way? It might be time to mix things up a little!

How nonprofit organizations can better support fundraisers: An interview with Kishshana Palmer

Written By: Mazarine Treyz
March 21, 2018

Leadership coach Kishshana Palmer discusses how organizations can provide better support to fundraisers, improving retention and lowering turnover costs.

Looking toward the future: Building on the legacy from Canada 150

Written By: Susan Fish
March 7, 2018

How will Canada's nonprofit philanthropic community build on the momentum of Canada 150 to continue to strengthen the sector?

Are you a strategic or a sporadic philanthropist?

Written By: Tina Tehranchian
February 14, 2018

Ready to become a strategic philanthropist? Here are a few things to consider.

The over-solicitation blues: How Canadian charities can prevent donor fatigue

Written By: Susan Fish
February 14, 2018

Are Canadian donors being asked to give too often? We talk to fundraising experts to get the latest research and tips on how to prevent donor fatigue.

How Canada's philanthropic sector is engaged in Reconciliation

Written By: Susan Fish
February 7, 2018

How are Canada's philanthropic and community foundations furthering the work of Reconciliation?

Forget what you thought you knew about millennial donors

Written By: John Hallward
January 17, 2018

Fighting the impulse to despair: How the current political climate impacts volunteer engagement

Written By: Andy Levy-Ajzenkopf
November 22, 2017

How are current socio-political events affecting fundraising and volunteer engagement? A Toronto-based researcher is working toward an answer.

Give the gift of capacity

Written By: Denise Baker
November 16, 2017

Is it time to ask donors to give the gift of capacity this giving season?

Just send me a proposal: The five words you never want to hear in sponsorship

Written By: Chris Baylis
November 8, 2017

Tired of getting nowhere with your sponsorship proposals? These tips can help you build a proposal that works!

How to attract and retain Millennial donors at your organization

Written By: Susan Fish
October 18, 2017

Is your organization ready to welcome Millennial donors?

The three things companies look for in a charitable partner

Written By: David Hessekiel
October 4, 2017

Does your charity have what it takes to attract a corporate partner?

Considering a diversity or inclusion campaign? Read this first!

Written By: David Hessekiel
September 27, 2017

Is your organization well positioned to work with a corporate partner to create a message of inclusion?

The three things missing from every sponsorship package (and the one thing there is too much of!)

Written By: Chris Baylis
September 20, 2017

Make sure your next sponsorship package isn't missing these three crucial elements!

Code Red: Do you have a program sustainability plan?

Written By: Kylie Hutchinson
August 28, 2017

Creating a sustainability plan is an essential part of ensuring your programs will survive and thrive.

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