Articles by Grantseeking

2017 was a year of activism. The women’s movement grabbed headlines globally with #MeToo and the Women’s March. Black Lives Matter continued working towards racial justice and freedom from…

In recent years, analyses of the U.S. charitable giving sector have highlighted the decline of low and middle income donors, and the concurrent rise of high income donors, a trend that mirrors the…

Trends come and go, and it’s up to your nonprofit to time it right and ride a trend’s wave for as long as possible. In the past decade, the Internet has grown so much (and is still growing) that…

Local newspapers across the United States have fallen on economic hard times, as the more than century-old print advertising and circulation business model has been superseded by a digital model…

2020 has not been the type of year any of us hoped for or could have predicted. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our world.

This may be the most important fundraising exercise you ever do — noticing what makes you tick when it comes to giving away your money.

Here's a quote that may sound familiar to grantseekers out there: “The process of getting funded was harder than I ever thought it would be.”

A recent report by the Brookings Institution reveals that the sands are shifting for organizations working to achieve the United Nation’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

In my first post of this series on social enterprise, I defined a social enterprise as an ongoing initiative offering services or products for sale that generate net revenue, while also yielding…

Year-end fundraising is always a flurry of activity with each and every organization counting on their supporters to go that extra mile, and make that additional cash donation. But an overlooked…