Nonprofit World: November-December 2005
VOLUME 23, NUMBER 6
|A Head for InsuranceÖA Heart for Nonprofits|
by Bradshaw, Susan
Hereís how some entrepreneurial nonprofits have transformed the nonprofit insurance landscape.
|Holding Conferences in the Face of Terror & Natural Disasters*|
by Tesdahl, Ben & Maria Spindel
What you should know when planning your organizationís next event.
|How Can You Move from Good to Great?|
by Kleiner, Brian & Brian Barbre
Transport your organization from good to great by following these steps.
|How Can You Reactivate Lapsed Donors?*|
by Warwick, Mal
Whatís the best way to motivate lapsed donors to give again?
|New Perspectives on Philanthropy*|
by Fernsler, Terrence
Two books shine new light on the intricacies of giving.
|Nonprofit Management Reconsidered*|
by Schaffer, Scott
Are you putting enough resources into developing good managers?
|Performance-Based Management Builds Support & Funding|
by Baldwin, Tom & Bill Frentzel
Why (and how) to measure your activities.
|Planned Giving Tips for Every Organization|
by Henze, Lawrence
You donít need millionaires in your database to succeed with planned gifts.
|Six Ways to Make Your Web Site Donor-Friendly|
Create a Web site that will keep people coming back.
|Tax Reporting for Gifts of Annuities|
by Ashton, Debra
When people donate annuities, what type of tax reporting is required?