New ‘bright spots’ report a goldmine for nonprofits about successful fundraising at the grassroots

From The Nonprofit Quarterly
“How can we build a loyal cadre of new and repeat individual donors? How can we raise our game — and our expectations when it comes to fundraising? How can we bring in the resources year after year to sustain and grow our programs?” So starts “Fundraising Bright Spots,” a new report published by the Evelyn and Walter Haas Jr. Fund. The report is a treasure trove of insight and inspiration; it lifts up commonalities from the stories of 16 relatively small social change groups, all of which are consistently and uniquely successful at fundraising.  READ MORE