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Part 2: 2020 Giving Reflections

Two months ago we shared our thoughts on fundraising in 2020 based on data available at that time. Since then more data has been released, and as promised, here is an update! Spoiler alert, things weren’t too bad in 2020, and the future is looking promising. In Part I, we analyzed the Fundraising Effectiveness Project’s…

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Reflections on 2020 Giving Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

The global COVID-19 pandemic brought with it almost immediate changes to all nonprofits in 2020. Suddenly many programs had to close physical locations, suspend or move services online, and handle either an unexpected drop in clients or a growing demand for services. Traditional fundraising methods were instantly limited. No longer could you take a potential…

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2020 Year in Review

2020 was a difficult year for all of us. COVID-19 impacted everyone’s plans and business as we knew it – ours included. (Read COVID-19-specific blogs & resources here, here, here, and here).  We also witnessed our Black neighbors suffer many injustices. Our work is rooted in the desire to improve communities. As a team, we…

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