As the head of a large non-profit organization, it is safe to say that you have had your share of experience in the non-profit sector. From keeping donors engaged in finding ways to be resourceful. you may have had many nightmarish days and sleepless nights. Big struggle for non-profits including yours is retaining and engaging … Continue reading Making Good Happen!
Many individuals willing to contribute to social development and work through nonprofits face unique challenges. First, is knowing which nonprofit is working on areas of their interest in their city or province. Second is to know in what different ways can they contribute and participate in the interventions that the nonprofits are carrying out. The … Continue reading Sazen – Being Socially Rich in the Age of AI
Vani is a grade 10 student from Vishakha Valley School, Vishakapatnam. Her school is very unique and technologically savvy. What sets her school apart is the active involvement of parent-teacher association (PTA) in all her school activities. Irrespective of the geographical barrier, even the boarders’ parents are active members of the PTA. Parents use SociallyGood … Continue reading Sporting a great sports day: How SociallyGood helped PTA set new records
“Donor retention” is a hot topic in the non-profit sector today. Fundraising companies and non-profits face plenty of challenges including donor retention. According to the 2017 Fundraising effectiveness report, the annual donor retention rate turned out to be 48%. For the past few years, there has been a shift in the focus in the non-profit … Continue reading Donor Retention for Non-profits
Tower Perrin Global study says CSR is the 3 rd most important driver for employee engagement. However, may CSR ad CHRO work in silos. Smart companies realize sustainable employee engagement and organizational identity can be built by encouraging employees to actively participate in cleanliness drives, matching gift programs, and volunteering programs. Participation in cleanliness drives … Continue reading Is your employee engagement rickety? Try CSR