September 2, 2014


Philanthropy Journal goes on hiatus, seeks input

As North Carolina State University’s fall semester winds down, so will our routine publication of the Philanthropy Journal Newsletter and update of our website. We will take this time to review our business model to better articulate our value proposition; what is it that sets PJ apart from other philanthropy news outlets and resource providers? If you would like to share your ideas, please take this short survey.

Resources

The charitable face of data: Using big data to enhance nonprofit giving

Harnessing big data to make small changes to the giving process can result in substantial increases in donations because charities appear more appealing and can target the right people, explains Jed Mole with Acxiom.

Special Reports

Trend Spotter: Using social media

Although nonprofits like that social media helps publicize events and reach out to new audiences, many do not have the time, staff or capacity to effectively use and manage social media. The good news is a number of resources can help nonprofits interested in investing in the use of social media. For the full story, click here.

    Focus on North Carolina

    12.18.13 N.C. Nonprofit News

    Wake Technical Community College raises more than $17.5 million in first major gifts campaign, Make-A-Wish Eastern North Carolina appoints new board members, an anonymous donor helps 1,600 Salvation Army Angels, Carolina Diesel Trucks Christmas Convoy delivers Toys for Tots, and more.


    Philanthropy Journal Sustaining Members

    • A.J. Fletcher Foundation
    • BlueCross BlueShield of North Carolina
    • The Duke Endowment
    • Progress Energy
    • Regional Community Endowment Fund of Triangle Community Foundation
    • William R. Kenan Jr. Charitable Trust
    • Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation

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    Resource Directory

    • Double the Donation
      Double the Donation strives to help nonprofit organizations and schools increase fundraising from corporate matching gift and employee volunteer grant programs.
    • Mecklenburg Citizens for Public Education
      MeckEd mobilizes leadership, rallies resources, and engages the community to help students achieve academic success.
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