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Lessons for Fundraisers from Money for Good 2015: Interview with Hope Neighbor and Alison Carlman

Money for Good 2015, the third report in the Money for Good series, was published September 1, 2015. Hope Neighbor of Camber Collective, one of the report’s authors, will lead a webinar on what Money for Good 2015 ($FG 2015) means for fundraisers on May 11—and shares some early learnings here. Alison Carlman of GlobalGiving pitches in, sharing reflections on the work that GlobalGiving has done with Camber to refine the $FG donor segmentation tool, available for free download. Recently, GuideStar’s editorial director spoke with Hope and Alison about Money for Good 2015.


Money for Good 2015: There’s $22 Billion Up for Grabs

Money for Good 2015 is out today, and, like its two predecessors, it offers plenty of food for thought.

Published by the Camber Collective (the result of the merger between Hope Consulting and SwitchPoint LLC), Money for Good 2015 examines donors’ motives for charitable giving and what they mean for philanthropy overall.


What do you give for?

 


Using Your Nonprofit’s Website to Build Trust with Visitors

The following is a guest post by David Hartstein, a partner at Wired Impact, a web design company that focuses on nonprofit website design.


Holiday Update: Giving Special

The following is a cross-post by Dvorit Mausner, Hope Neighbor, and Greg Ulrich of Hope Consulting. You can read the original here.


CONNECT: An interview with marketing and fundraising expert, Katya Andresen

The following is a guest post by Greg Ulrich, co-author of the new guidebook, More Money for More Good. This post is also running on Katya Andresen's Non-Profit Marketing Blog.


COMMUNICATE: A More Money for More Good Case Study with charity: water

The following is a guest post by Greg Ulrich, co-author of the new guidebook, More Money for More Good.


COLLECT: A Case Study from More Money for More Good with Nurse-Family Partnership

The following is a guest post by Greg Ulrich, co-author of the new guidebook, More Money for More Good.


The Game Changer

The following is a guest post by Greg Ulrich, co-author of the new guidebook, More Money for More Good .

For years, people have tried to make philanthropy more effective. And for years, little progress has been made. Through our research, Money for Good I& Money for Good II, we now know that only 1/3 of donations by individual donors are researched, and among those, only 5 out of 100 donations are researched specifically to identify the “best” charity.


Even More Money for Even More Good

The following is a guest post by Greg Ulrich, co-author of the new guidebook, More Money for More Good.