Investment returns at private foundations dropped by 12% last year, a sharp turnaround from the 16.3% gains they realized in 2021.
If rushed, S.B. 362 could challenge nonprofits’ direct mail fundraising efforts.
A bill making its way through the California state legislature might allow consumers to delete their information from data compilers’ databases. Once removed, that information would be unavailable to both commercial marketers and nonprofit fundraisers.
Operational and logistical challenges inching up in list of concerns
Christian ministry leaders still count fundraising as the most significant challenge they will face in the coming year, even though most of them say revenue has increased over the last year.
A new study released by Barna Research unveils some interesting trends about Gen Z, Millennials, and their generosity.
A decrease in both the number of donors and dollars given was evident across all donor types during the first quarter of 2023, with major donors causing an outsized drop in both dollars and donor ...
Officer’s Christian Fellowship, leadership work in Japan, healthcare in Tanzania, and more.
On July 30, the Officer’s Christian Fellowship (OCF) rededicated its newly renovated Harrison House hotel at White Sulphur Springs, the ministry’s eastern conference center in Pennsylvania
The report cited stock market volatility and economic uncertainty as factors.
Generosity towards religious organizations grew slightly between 2021 and 2022 despite total U.S. charitable giving declining overall after two record years.
Important guidelines for both donors and charities regarding qualified appraisal rules governing cryptocurrency contributions have been released by the Office of the Chief Counsel of the IRS.