New fridges for non-profit housing

| March 29, 2017

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The Penticton Brain Injury Society's non-profit housing complex in Penticton received 31 new energy efficient fridges from FortisBC on Monday

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Templeton World Charity Foundation

The Templeton World Charity Foundation (TWCF) supports discoveries relating to the big questions of human purpose, the natural world, and ultimate reality. Sir John Templeton established the foundation to foster rigorous scholarship and broad engagement with diverse topics, including dialogue between science and religion. Our mission is to find the world’s best minds and promote open-minded, forward-looking inquiry in a wide range of fields. Through grants and investments, we support scientific research of the highest caliber by leading experts from top universities and the communication of such research findings.

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6 Steps To Boost Fundraising with Corporate Matching Gifts

Article | March 6, 2020

Matching gifts offer incentives for both the nonprofit and the donors! Organizations enjoy basically doubling donation amounts, and donors get the satisfaction of knowing their contributions are going even further. If the matching gift comes from a business, the company gets to enjoy some tax breaks. It’s a win-win-win situation! Matching can be an excellent way for development professionals to boost their funding campaigns. It's surprising how many organizations leave money on the table by not helping their donors participate in corporate matching gift programs.

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Salesforce Nonprofit Cloud Spring 2020 Release: What’s New

Article | April 29, 2020

As members of the nonprofit Salesforce community, we’ve become accustomed to regular releases of new functionality. We review Nonprofit Success Pack (NPSP) notes on bug fixes, patches and enhancements that appear like magic in our orgs every couple of weeks without batting an eyelash, but not all releases are created equally. The two planned for April 29 and May 27 are far more than just a few code tweaks; they’re hearty – meaty, requiring some time to really sink your teeth into them (and I’m not just saying this because I’m ready for breakfast).

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4 Actions Responsive Nonprofits are Taking to Ensure Growth in 2020 and Beyond

Article | June 8, 2020

Barbara O’Reilly was recently featured on our Responsive Fundraising Podcast, where she discussed the three stages that follow an unexpected world event. First, the response phase, where we each find a way to contain the negative impact of the change. Next, comes the recovery phase, in which we all work together to find a way forward. Lastly, the resilience phase, in which we have recovered and emerge better than before. From the standpoint of COVID-19, we all have navigated the response phase, which triggered a far-reaching economic tremor. It’s fair to say that we currently live in the recovery phase, and probably will for quite a while. But even now, as we recover, our focus should be on the next phase: resilience. Of course, the resilience phase will look differently for everyone, and it is hard to predict exactly what it will look like for your nonprofit. However, there are ways for you to ensure that the work you do now will increase your annual revenue and improve donor retention while you recover and build resilience. Here’s how responsive fundraising can make that easier.

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How to Start a Nonprofit Podcast in 6 Steps

Article | June 4, 2020

One increasingly effective way for organizations to grow their audience and generate awareness is to start a nonprofit podcast. The Breastcancer.org nonprofit podcast, for instance, offers unique insights into prevention, treatment, research, and other breast cancer topics from medical experts and invited guests. The podcast has grown in popularity and now has over 48,000 fans on Facebook and 19,000 followers on Twitter. According to a 2017 study by Infinite Dials, 67 million Americans listen to at least one podcast per month. This listening rate has been growing by up to 10 to 20% per year. With the rise of smart home technologies like Google Home and Amazon Alexa, this trend will likely continue to gain traction.

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Templeton World Charity Foundation

The Templeton World Charity Foundation (TWCF) supports discoveries relating to the big questions of human purpose, the natural world, and ultimate reality. Sir John Templeton established the foundation to foster rigorous scholarship and broad engagement with diverse topics, including dialogue between science and religion. Our mission is to find the world’s best minds and promote open-minded, forward-looking inquiry in a wide range of fields. Through grants and investments, we support scientific research of the highest caliber by leading experts from top universities and the communication of such research findings.

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