Happy New Year! We hope 2016 is off to a great start for you. We’re back in full swing at Pursuant this week. We’ve hit the ground running with our quarter 1 goals and are ready to tackle 2016. We’re gathering our entire company together this week, casting a vision for where we’re headed this year.
As we look forward, we’re also taking some time to look back. What worked well in 2015? What would we change? What can we improve upon? What have we learned?
Curt Swindoll’s Future of Fundraising Makes Top 10 List on SSIR
We’re proud to share that Stanford Social Innovation Review has announced its ten most popular articles of 2015 and our own Curt Swindoll’s Future of Fundraising was among the top ten. If you missed it before, you should certainly take a look at it now as you move forward into the new year. You can read it here. And if you’re interested in checking out the full list of top articles, you can find them here.
SSIR’s senior digital editor, Jenifer Morgan said, “This year, our most popular articles addressed issues in education, impact investing, nonprofit management, international development, technology, and grassroots activism. The tactics of social sector work—how we think about and practically approach our social innovation efforts—were front and center.”
We’re pleased to know that our leadership has had a voice in the conversations people value in the nonprofit space. We plan to continue bringing you a helpful, practical and refreshing perspective on fundraising throughout the coming year and into the future.
Later this month we will be unveiling the relationship fundraising researched helmed by Dr. Adrian Sargeant that we co-sponsored along with Bloomerang. If you subscribe to our blog you’ll be among the first to know. And if you haven’t yet, be sure and sign up below so you don’t miss a single post this year.
Again, happy new year from all of us at Pursuant. May this be your organization’s best year yet.
Download Curt Swindoll’s content paper, the Future of Fundraising, to learn about the four fundraising trends that will change the nonprofit landscape by 2020.