Do campaigns cannibalize annual giving?We tested this common worry through quantitative and qualitative research and created a report outlining our findings. Our study introduces three case studies and presents best practices for preserving and growing annual fundraising during and after a campaign.
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Each year, our Executive Search team solves dozens of complex puzzles, partnering with organizations to piece together the big picture. From seasoned higher education fundraisers to CEOs with a ...Read More
While each fundraising campaign is unique, there are common threads that tie all initiatives together. These similarities—the challenges, the pitfalls, the triumphs—reveal campaign best practices ...Read More
For nonprofit organizations, the decision to embark on a comprehensive campaign can be one of the most significant they will ever make. The magnitude of a campaign raises important questions, such as ...Read More
On the Campbell & Company Executive Search team, we partner with nonprofits to recruit executive and leadership-level positions—which means my colleagues and I receive and assess scores of ...Read More
Download a PDF version of this article. The 2016 presidential election was called, and the reaction was swift: gifts poured into nonprofits typically associated with progressive causes, from the ...Read More
Scarce resources for Alaska’s nonprofits. A booming retirement age population in Idaho. A shaky economy in Montana following a year of dramatic growth. Oregonians embracing donor-advised funds. Tech ...Read More