Nonprofit Website Trends [PODCAST]

Top trends for great nonprofit websites, including a “quick win.” Cliff shares three attributes that all great nonprofit websites should feature: Accessible, inclusive content Lack of friction Relevant imagery (It’s a quick win!) While making your site fully accessible might take time and strategy, ensuring the imagery you use is aesthetically pleasing is an easy […]

Simple Strategies to Create a Merry Year End

Seasons Giving: 7 Simple Strategies to Create a Very Merry Year End! “To everything, there is a season and a time to every purpose under the heaven. . . .” A time. . . . To go back-to-school. To watch Football. A time. . . For warm Sweaters and crackling fires. For everything Pumpkin Spice. […]

Rethinking How to Assess Impact

Traditionally, we think of impact as, “For X cost, the organization will serve Y number of people in Z amount of time to create A, B, C outcomes using D, E, F strategies.” While these statements provide an organized promise of future success, each element is rife with uncertainty and assumptions while the whole process […]

Meet Our Charity of the Year Finalists

The JustGiving Awards are back, and we can’t wait to celebrate the resilience and brilliance of our three Charity of the Year finalists with you. We caught up with them earlier this week to find out exactly what being nominated for Charity of the Year means to them – and ask them a little more […]

How the Use of Social Media Can Damage Your Personal Injury Case in Georgia

You may feel stressed and overwhelmed if you recently experienced an injury due to another person’s negligence. Filing a personal injury claim with the at-fault party’s insurance company can help you secure the funds necessary to move forward. However, you may not realize that the actions you take now can impact your payout. For example, […]

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