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Creating environments where the values of diversity and inclusion can thrive is not just good ethical practice, it’s also shown to have a positive impact on your bottom line. An anecdote: In 2015, I partnered with US Trust/Bank of America's Peggy Goldfarb to provide an estate planning conversation...
30 Rockefeller Plaza in Midtown Manhattan was completed in 1933. The art deco treasures found both outside and within are spectacular. Embedded within the architecture, you can discover the celebration of capitalism juxtaposed with messages of humanity and spirituality, which reflected the...
Former interns, fellows, volunteers, and others who gave of their time are terrific individuals to keep connected to your cause. These individuals have seen firsthand the positive impact that a program, service, or training has had on your clients, students, patients, or beneficiaries. What if you...
The care and feeding of the wide variety of board members found in your aquarium is essential to nurture growth in fundraising. The different species of board members providing the legal and financial backbone of nonprofit organizations are as diverse as the fish found in the National Aquarium. Like...
Phew, what does all that even mean? While there are distinctive approaches to each of the above processes, each one represents a variation of exploring your capacity to create aspirational plans with achievable results. Five Reasons for Why in the World Should You Do This: ** Planning a campaign? **...