Tag Archives: fundraising

7.22 What are We Afraid of?

In my direct fundraising and also my fundraising consulting work, the majority of nonprofits that I work with see themselves as social justice groups, and of those, many see themselves as racial justice organizations. The staff, board and member/client base of most of these groups, for obvious reasons, are usually made up of mostly people […]

7.20 Come Work for GIFT! Training & Network Coordinator

After four years on staff at GIFT, I’m heading out for new adventures. We’re hiring a Training & Network Coordinator to help take GIFT to the next level of awesome. This new position is designed for the fundraiser-organizer-trainer extraordinaire who is wildly, unabashedly committed to mobilizing resources for collective liberation. That person might be you. […]

Fundraising as Movement-Building: Breast Cancer Action

These are exciting, scary and sometimes confusing times we live in. From the recent national controversy surrounding SB 1070—the Arizona law that criminalizes immigrants and encourages racial profiling—to last month’s disastrous oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, there is plenty to be upset about. As social justice fundraisers, though, our job is to see […]