Lets talk about hunger

January 27, 2015

The use of color to illustrate the increasing danger hunger poses in each situation. The gradual transition from purple and blue into red conveys the urgent need for aid.

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The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation

The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation (EMCF) seeks to transform the life trajectories of America’s most neglected youth by making large, long-term investments, frequently in partnership with other funders, in programs with a potential for growth and compelling evidence they can help more young people become successful, productive adults. Edna McConnell Clark, a daughter of the founder of Avon Products, and her husband, Van Alan Clark, consolidated the Foundation in 1969. EMCF began in 1999 to concentrate its resources on economically disadvantaged young people and the organizations that serve them. It helps high-performing nonprofits develop business plans, organizational capacity, and evidence of their programs’ effectiveness so they can expand and improve the life prospects of thousands more youth.

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Your Year-Round Fundraising Idea Calendar

Infographic | January 4, 2022

Year-round revenue for your nonprofit organization is always the goal. But how do you get there? Our year-round fundraising calendar offers ideas for fundraising events that can be adapted in-person, online, or in a hybrid format.

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AI for Nonprofits

Infographic | March 3, 2020

Nonprofits already have access to a vast wealth of data. Al empowers the sector to act on data in more meaningful ways, driving decision-making practices.

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#CharitiesAsk2020 for the Federal Budget 2020

Infographic | March 6, 2020

Federal Budget 2020 is around the corner. Many charities and nonprofits across Canada took part in the pre-budget consultation process outlining their priorities for the next federal budget. Our friends at Imagine Canada analyzed their submissions and created an infographic of what the sector cares about in 2020.

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22 Ideas to Reenergize Your Fundraising in 2022

Infographic | March 3, 2022

Nonprofits successfully navigated the challenges posed by the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, and though the traditional methods of fundraising and giving were challenged, new trends have emerged for both donors and nonprofits. To help you make the most of the new year, we outlined 22 new fundraising strategies to drive fundraising success in 2022.

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What We Learned from Social Giving During a Time of Social Distancing [and Looking Forward]

Infographic | November 15, 2021

The 2021 Giving Experience Study explores insights from 1,026 Social Donors who donated through event and peer-to-peer fundraising in the last 12 months.

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Responsibilities of the Nonprofit Board

Infographic | April 8, 2020

Like for-profit businesses, nonprofits range in size from small and medium organizations to very large, well-established organizations. These differences in size affect the way that nonprofits conduct every aspect of their operations, including fundraising, developing volunteer programs, establishing financial processes, and selecting a board of directors.

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Spotlight

The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation

The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation (EMCF) seeks to transform the life trajectories of America’s most neglected youth by making large, long-term investments, frequently in partnership with other funders, in programs with a potential for growth and compelling evidence they can help more young people become successful, productive adults. Edna McConnell Clark, a daughter of the founder of Avon Products, and her husband, Van Alan Clark, consolidated the Foundation in 1969. EMCF began in 1999 to concentrate its resources on economically disadvantaged young people and the organizations that serve them. It helps high-performing nonprofits develop business plans, organizational capacity, and evidence of their programs’ effectiveness so they can expand and improve the life prospects of thousands more youth.

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