Nonprofit Management, Nonprofit Technology

How to Build an Insight-Driven Culture at Your Nonprofit

July 8, 2022

How to Build an Insight-Driven Culture at Your Nonprofit
Digital transformation is occurring across each sector. Organisations across each sector are utilising digital technology to fundamentally change their operations. They are replacing their processes, reimagining their customer experience, and innovating with the help of digital transformation. The result? Improved efficiency ensuring that resources are making the biggest impact possible, added value which can easily be measured and communicated with stakeholders and a sophisticated use of data leading to insights and transparent decision making

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Center for Non-Profits

The Center for Non-Profits is New Jersey's state association of non-profits. For more than 30 years, the Center has been providing leadership and services for New Jersey non-profits, and serves as the only umbrella organization for all charities in the state. Through advocacy, education, capacity-building programs and member services, the Center helps strengthen non-profits individually and as a community.

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Marketing Automation 101 for Nonprofits

whitePaper | November 4, 2019

Did you know 76% of customers expect companies to understand their needs and expectations, and 59% say personalized engagement based on past interactions is very important? Customer expectations are higher than ever, and marketers are trying to fulfill those expectations. But what does this have that to do with a nonprofit? Well, constituents engage with a nonprofit the same way they do with a company. They explore your website, research your mission, and sign up for newsletters, but instead of buying a product, the result will be to donate, volunteer, or become a member. Personalized messaging throughout this process is extremely important.

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2021 Nonprofit Technology Trends Report.

whitePaper | November 29, 2021

Last year, our 2020 Nonprofit Technology Trends Report provided insight into how nonprofits leverage technology to achieve their mission. When we published the results in February 2020, we had no idea how our world would be turned upside down just one month later.

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22 Ideas to reenergize your fundraising in 2022

whitePaper | January 6, 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’re going to take a look back at lessons learned in 2021.

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Three Components Of The Nonprofit Tech Stack

whitePaper | December 12, 2019

Your donors have entrusted you with their hard-earned money and they expect you to acknowledge them and their contributions. If you interpreted that to be a manual process, like looking up donors to make sure you’re updating the correct record, you may have the wrong technology stack.

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NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONAL LIFE CYCLES

whitePaper | November 13, 2019

Well documented research shows that much like humans, organizations move through predictable life cycle stages and developmental milestones. A stage is a developmental period when characteristic and predictable patterns of behavior are present and particular tasks are accomplished. Applied to nonprofit organizations, the organizational life cycle framework illuminates the significant events at each stage of a nonprofit organization’s life that are crucial for its continued development and success.

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Corporate Foundations & Grantmaking Toolkit

whitePaper | July 30, 2021

Nearly all companies engage in corporate philanthropy as a means of giving back to the communities in which they operate. This includes financial contributions, product donations, in-kind services, and employee matching and volunteering. Technically, a corporate foundation is classified by the Internal Revenue Service as a type of 501(c)(3) public charity called a “private non-operating foundation.” The Internal Revenue Code does not distinguish corporate foundations from family foundations. Both are subject to the same regulations. From a practical stand point, however, there are differences in funding and governance. A corporate foundation is funded by a company, instead of an individual or family. And the board members of a corporate foundation are typically company executives. However, only a fraction of these companies take advantage of the additional benefits that come from adding a corporate foundation to their philanthropic efforts. This toolkit will help you understand the benefits of a corporate foundation and provide an overview of the operational requirements.

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Spotlight

Center for Non-Profits

The Center for Non-Profits is New Jersey's state association of non-profits. For more than 30 years, the Center has been providing leadership and services for New Jersey non-profits, and serves as the only umbrella organization for all charities in the state. Through advocacy, education, capacity-building programs and member services, the Center helps strengthen non-profits individually and as a community.

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