CURRENT ISSUE

September-October 2017, Vol. 36 No. 5

A Legacy of Cross-Class Fundraising: How One Group Survived and Thrived by Christa Orth

When the board of Third Wave Fund (TWF) began sunsetting the group in 2012, the grantees and grassroots leaders it had supported over the years would not accept its closure. Learn how TWF centered the leadership of its base to build a stronger, more inclusive, and financially sustainable organization.

Lobbying Legally in the Age of Trump by Karen Topakian

How much and in what kind of political activity can your group engage? The short answer: it depends. Dive into the details with this helpful resource to avoid jeopardizing your tax status.

Essential Ingredients of Fundraising Planning: 25 Years Later by Tricia Rubacky with Jennifer Pelton, Melody Reeves, and Jose Dominguez

Have best practices for fundraising planning changed that much in 25 years? The authors share what still holds true today, with updates for 2017. (Includes original 1992 article.)


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Here’s a sampling of the hundreds of articles you’ll find in the Archive:

“Understanding Donor Motivations (Including Your Own!): A Training Exercise” by Uma Rao (Mar-Apr 2013, v32 n3)

“Strategic Communications for Year-Round Donor Engagement” by Joleen Ong (Sep-Oct 2014, v33 n5)

“Building Good Relationships with Donors Starts with You” by Kim Klein & Jean McCord (Mar-Apr 2007, v26 n2)

“Mom Was Right… Write That Thank-You Note!” by Nancy Otto (Jan-Feb 2007, v26, n1)

“More Money in the Mailbox: 11 Tips for Improving Your Mailings” by Andy Robinson (Nov-Dec 2005, v24 n6)

“What Have You Done for Me Lately? Building Healthy Relationships with eNewsletters” by Nzinga Koné-Miller (Mar-Apr 2012, v31 n2)

“Fundraising Appeal Makeover” by Nicole Hsiang (Jan-Feb 2010, v29, n1)

“Four Essential Tips to Motivate Individual Donors” by Mara Perez (Sep-Oct 2011, v30 n5)

 


GFJ Editorial Board Member Randall Quan on how the Journal has helped the groups he works with.


 

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