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“We were deeply impressed by how Access Philanthropy took the time to understand our organization and unique programs. They then quickly and competently helped us develop a strategic plan based on our needs and resources.”

—Randy Treichel, Enterprise Director at Youth Express

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Crowdfunding: The New, Old Way to Raise Money

Social media and the Internet have changed the way many organizations raise money. Sure, the tried and true fundraising methods […]

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74% of Charities Not Making The Grade

In a recent article by ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” (“Athlete charities often lack standards”), the charities of high-profile, celebrity athletes […]

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What Are You Doing For Others? A Call to Service for Businesses

In recognition of the annual national day of service it seems like a good opportunity to talk about volunteering. Every […]

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A Resolution for Non-Profits in 2013

Here’s a resolution all non-profit organizations can and should make for the New Year: In 2013, resolve to update and […]

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Guide to Holiday Giving

Every day closer to the end of December brings another year-end appeal letter to mailboxes everywhere. Year-end appeals are exactly […]

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Learning From Rejection

Let’s face it, rejection hurts. It doesn’t matter if you’re licking your wounds after a hard fought political race, were […]

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Politics, Philanthropy, & Big Bird

Do you remember last fall? The Occupy Movement was born and spread across the United States, the world was still […]

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National Foundations Workshop

How has the national funding landscape changed since the recession? Which national foundations and corporations are once again funding in […]

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The 80/20 Rule

The 80/20 rule, or the Medical Loss Ratio (MLR) rule states that insurance companies can spend no less that 80% […]

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Buy Local, Eat Local, Give Local

So you have started to buy produce from the farmers market, and you choose the coffee shop on your corner […]

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