What influences donors to come back year after year to your organization? Let’s take a look at the top three reasons donors cite for giving in the “2017 U.S. Trust Insights on Wealth and Worth”, and how you can use this knowledge to keep your donors loyal to your organization.
Fifteen hundred higher education professionals gathered this week to learn about trends and best practices at the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District III Annual Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.
Mark’s extensive professional experience and education position him well to serve a variety of Alexander Haas clients. Mark shares how he keeps track of industry trends and why the number of healthcare organizations in need of fundraising counsel continue to grow.
Despite encouraging news that giving in America reached almost $400 billion in 2016, there are signs for concern when it comes to the number of people giving.
Some recent observations from our work on campaigns with hundreds of different organizations, of all types across the US, gives us a unique 30,000-foot view of evolving trends in campaigns.
A 2016 study conducted by the Concord Leadership Group finds that 77% of nonprofit organizations do not have leadership succession plans nor are they focused on developing new leaders.
On June 14, the Giving USA Foundation released Giving USA 2016, its annual yearbook on giving for the year 2015.
Americans gave an estimated $358.38-billion to charity in 2014, surpassing the peak last seen before the 2008 Great Recession. That total slightly exceeded the benchmark year in 2007, when giving hit an estimated inflation-adjusted total of $355.17-billion. On June 16, the Giving USA Foundation released Giving USA 2015, its annual yearbook on nonprofit giving for the year 2014.Read More Giving USA 2015 Report Released
An annual study that ranks millionaires per household by state, the Global Wealth Monitor, this year drops Georgia to number 40. As we took a closer look we found that, as often the case, statistics can be misleading. Read our take on it in our recent Atlanta Report newsletter. If you aren’t a subscriber, click here to request aRead More Is Georgia Really Losing Millionaires
Three reports from the National Endowment for the Arts highlight the impact of arts and cultural industries on GDP, as well as how and why Americans participate in certain arts activities. The data for the three reports is all from 2012, so for the first time the NEA can show a comprehensive view of aRead More New NEA Reports Why People Attend the Arts & the Impact