The recently passed tax legislation disallowing 80% of tax-deductible “gifts” has raised issues when it comes to athletic seating deduction/counting. Athletic departments now require individuals to pay for the privilege of purchasing season tickets. On this edition of Futures in Fundraising, Tom Jennings, VP of University Advancement and President of the Florida State University Foundation… Read more »
Your nonprofit needs to start a fundraising campaign. Now what? Alexander Haas President and CEO, David King joins Laddering Works’ Cynthia Hayes to explain the steps for selecting fundraising counsel.
A tax break tilted toward the wealthiest Americans that Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin pushed this week would dampen charitable giving, according to some nonprofit-policy experts, providing more unsettling news to charities already worried about the impact of last year’s tax overhaul.
How to Foster Alumni Involvement and Manage Growth in Higher Ed Philanthropy with UNCW’s Eddie Stuart
More money can often translate into more problems. Once your organization has needed funding, the next decision is allocation.
On June 19, 2018, David King, President and CEO of Alexander Haas, presented the Giving USA 2018: The Annual Report on Philanthropy for the Year 2017 results at the monthly AFP Atlanta Chapter breakfast. A full recording of the presentation as well as the Q&A session is available. Please provide your name and email to… Read more »
Meet John Taylor, Partner with Alexander Haas! As a Partner, John applies his extensive background in development to serve a wide variety of clients.
When you hear “risk management,” do you instantly think of insurance for your nonprofit? Ted Bilich, CEO of Risk Alternatives joins the podcast to change that mindset.
When soliciting gifts or when cultivating donors, you may think your communication is clear, but often that’s not the case.
Alexander Haas President and CEO, David King breaks down the… Alexander Haas, President & CEO
As your organization adapts to a new vision, your donors come along for the journey. And as your donors change, how they think about money and philanthropy may also change.