Spring Clean Your Work Life: Tips from Your Fellow Social Good Pros
Spring has officially sprung, and it’s the perfect time to give your workspace a refresh! We asked our Blackbaud Champions [...]
5 Ways Grantmakers Create Work- and Tech-Life Balance
You’re on a mission to make a difference in your community through grantmaking. But you’re two years into a pandemic [...]
Charitable Giving in Higher Education: A Conversation with CASE’s Sue Cunningham
The following Q&A is excerpted from the Blackbaud Institute’s Charitable Giving Report Spotlight: Using 2020 Data to Transform Your Higher [...]
Annual Planning in an Ever-Changing World
Tips for how social good organizations can engage in annual planning despite knowing that they may need to make adjustments as the year goes on.
Top Ten Reasons to Streamline Your Grant Cycle with Automated Processes
With healthcare in a constant state of change, it’s hard to keep up. Stacy Fitzsimmons addresses strategies that all nonprofits, including Federally Qualified Health Centers, can promptly implement to their grant cycle to make their workdays more efficient and more focused on helping patients.
New Resources to Help Social Good Professionals Rethink Change
Resources to help social good professionals remain resilient and impactful in a constantly changing world.
Cloud Integration Solutions – What’s the Deal?
Cloud integration solutions can help nonprofits have complete data flowing on demand between all systems that are part of an organization’s overall data environment.
The Top Seven Reasons to Integrate Your Fundraising CRM and General Ledger
Learn how nonprofit development and finance teams can more seamlessly work together by integrating the fundraising CRM and general ledger.
Tips for a Successful Moves Management System
Find out the steps healthcare and nonprofit organizations should take to implement moves management for fundraising programs.
Stories of Resilience: Annie Wright Schools
Learn how Annie Wright Schools is leveraging technology to stay connected with students, parents, teachers and alumni during the COVID-19 pandemic.