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Giving Circles: The Rise in Social Giving and the Power of the Crowd

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Katie Lord Vice President If you’ve been involved with philanthropy in the past two decades or so, then you’ve undoubtedly come across a “giving circle.” This giving vehicle continues to gain momentum, as evidenced by the amount of research being done on this emerging form of philanthropy as well as media coverage of investments made by such groups. A very…
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Join JB+A and SH Marketing for the “Google Ad Words for Nonprofits Webinar” June 22

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Among the many benefits of using Google to advertise, the most significant benefits are user accessibility and reach. Google processes over 40,000 searches per second all around the world. Imagine having this potential at your fingertips! As daunting as it may be, you can customize your campaigns to reach as far or as near as best fits your organization. Now…
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What is the Google Ad Grants Program?

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  What is the Google Ad Grants Program? Guest Contributor Stephanie Higinbotham of SH Marketing shares her insight.   Let’s start with the basics before jumping into any how-to-get-started guides. Google Ad Grants is a program offered exclusively through Google that provides qualifying 501(c)3 organizations with $10,000 of in-kind spend per month to spend on advertising. Nonprofits enrolled in the…
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Donor-Advised Funds: Parking or Philanthropy?

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Jeffrey D. Byrne President + CEO The Giving Institute recently hosted its Summer Symposium in Boston, and I attended a very informative session on "The Charitable Landscape and Donor-Advised Funds" presented by Matt Nash, a Senior Vice President with Fidelity Charitable. I felt the presentation made a good case for donor-advised funds, and has helped me re-shape my thinking around…
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