5 Ways to Engage Millennials for Your Small Nonprofit

| May 18, 2017

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The most common root cause of this complaint? Many small nonprofits don’t have a tailored strategy for engaging Millennial donors in ways that resonate. Younger supporters won’t just stumble into championing your cause they need specific and meaningful outreach. How do you adapt your approach and include this generation in your planning?

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Charles Koch Institute

For more than five decades, Charles Koch’s philanthropy has inspired bold new ideas to improve American lives. Inspired by a recognition that free people are capable of extraordinary things, the Charles Koch Institute supports educational programs and dialogue to advance these principles, challenge convention, and eliminate barriers that stifle creativity and progress. We offer educational programs, paid internships, and job placement assistance to students and professionals, and encourage civil discussion about important issues like free speech, foreign policy, and criminal justice reform. In all of our programs, we are dedicated to identifying new perspectives and ideas that help people accomplish great things for themselves and others.

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New Nonprofit Board Leadership: 3 Ways to Empower Your Board

Article | February 13, 2020

Nonprofit board leadership has always been a bit tricky for those in charge. Board chairs are, like the other members of the board, deeply invested in the success of the nonprofit itself. Further, they appreciate the connections being on a board affords. In addition, however, nonprofit board chairs and directors are also directly responsible for the cohesiveness, effectiveness, and, eventually, results of the decisions that are made. To this end, those that are the most impacted by these decisions should be on the lookout for new ways to empower boards to be effective and inventive. Nonprofits rely heavily on their boards for strategic decision making. Giving boards the right tools and resources to do so is half of the battle.

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Broadway Cares Launches Fundraising Campaign for COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund

Article | March 17, 2020

Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS has launched an online fundraising campaign to create the COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund, which will be administered by The Actors Fund. The new fund will assist those in the entertainment community, onstage and behind the scenes, who are facing healthcare crises and other needs in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Broadway Cares has seeded the fund with an initial $250,000 and is asking supporters to donate to the online campaign to reach a goal of $1 million by April 12. To make a tax-deductible donation, click here.

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5 More-Important-Than-Ever Digital Marketing Metrics for Nonprofits

Article | April 2, 2020

Every nonprofit has the goal of extending their impact as far as they can by helping as many people as possible. They also have a responsibility to their donors to spend their resources wisely – especially when it comes to things like marketing and communications that often get put on the back burner. In times like this when we’re in a strong economic downturn – and there’s a lot of uncertainty – your major donors may be pausing their donations or limiting them. It is more critical than ever to focus on the items that are going to have the biggest impact.

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How Do Federal Coronavirus Relief Laws Help Nonprofits?

Article | March 29, 2020

The federal government enacted the Families First Coronavirus Response Act and the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act to deliver spending and relief measures for organizations and families impacted by COVID-19. Many nonprofits are on the front lines of this public health crisis, continuing to deliver essential services like health care, food assistance, education, social welfare and more. There are a number provisions in both of these acts that can support nonprofits during these challenging times. Below, we highlight key opportunities. As always, please discuss your nonprofit’s specific needs and circumstances with your RKL advisor.

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Spotlight

Charles Koch Institute

For more than five decades, Charles Koch’s philanthropy has inspired bold new ideas to improve American lives. Inspired by a recognition that free people are capable of extraordinary things, the Charles Koch Institute supports educational programs and dialogue to advance these principles, challenge convention, and eliminate barriers that stifle creativity and progress. We offer educational programs, paid internships, and job placement assistance to students and professionals, and encourage civil discussion about important issues like free speech, foreign policy, and criminal justice reform. In all of our programs, we are dedicated to identifying new perspectives and ideas that help people accomplish great things for themselves and others.

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