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Sarah Marino

Sarah Marino is Senior Consultant, Fundraising, and Manager of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Access at Campbell & Company. Sarah leads the firm's DEIA Council and helps her clients find the balance between the art and science of fundraising.

At Campbell & Company, we see every day how nonprofit organizations activate movements and help us all envision a more just and equitable world. It’s one of the reasons we love our work so much.

We also know that philanthropy itself brings up inherent questions of power, especially given inequitable access to wealth that has historically given more influence to larger donors and often benefited already-well-resourced organizations. The sector has often struggled with how to be anti-racist and fully inclusive of people of color, and we are committed to walking with our nonprofit partners in this work.

As such, we are inviting nominations for nonprofits engaged directly in racial equity work who might benefit from our nonprofit consulting services on a pro-bono basis. We are seeking partners who are committed to racial equity as part of their central mission.

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Though the U.S. economy grew at a healthy clip of 3.2 percent in the first quarter of 2019,[1] many nonprofit leaders are still left wondering: when will the next recession hit?

Philanthropic giving has long been tied to the fortunes of the economy, so we understand their worries. However, fear and panic do not make good strategic partners. The truth is, no one can say with absolute certainty what will happen and when. With that in mind, we urge you to dispense with any alarm you might feel and move into planning mode. 

Download our strategy sheet for pre-recession planning.

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Tech donors—philanthropically-inclined individuals who work in the technology industry—are often considered to be an enormous opportunity for nonprofits with their business savvy, financial resources, and vast connections.

But the tech community can be elusive to fundraisers. Tech philanthropists come to the table with new ideas and expectations that charities are not sure they can meet. Can they satisfy the data requirements of tech donors? Can they dedicate resources to innovation? 

Download the study for tips, insights, and tactical tools.

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