Archive for the "Business/Non Profit Organizations" Category

Sort by:

Training Based in Adult Learning Theory

I’ve been working on organizing a 3-day training for Law Enforcement officers and advocates on the current issues in sexual and domestic violence. As I recruit faculty and talk to them about their role and their presentations, I’m constantly aware and respectful of the important responsibility in this task. We have some ambitious and important […]

The Truth Behind Christian Charity Work

A basic foundation of the Christian faith is to share the blessings we receive. The New Testament contains many references to helping those in need. “The man with two tunics should share with him who has none, and the one who has good should do the same.” – Luke 3:11, NIV “Faith by itself, if […]

How Children’s Charity Work Changes Lives Around The World

Toddler twins in Central America were so malnourished the doctor expected them to die before their 3rd birthday. A young woman in Africa was abandoned by her family after being raped and left pregnant. A family in Brazil risked losing their land and their home to pay the medical bills for their sick baby. These […]

Alternatives When the Cost to Adopt a Child is Too High

Helping those in need is part of living a Christian life. Whether that’s putting money in the church collection, giving books for a church fundraiser, or organizing a bake sale, Christian charity is at work. Every prayer and every action, however small, helps a cause. But when the problem is something as huge as child […]

The Best Way To Farm Gold In World Of Warcraft

Many folks struggle to find gold in World of Warcraft. There’s plenty of ways, but some are less obvious that others. Farming gold is the primary method, and involves many different approaches which you can try out… To get started, the best way to make gold is with gathering: mining, herbalism, skinning, fishing, even farming […]

University Fundraising Targets Alumni Donations Through Direct Marketing

The recent economic downturn has impacted the fundraising community drastically. One of the hardest hit groups is the university market. While most schools rely on alumni for fundraising, it has become increasingly difficult for schools to acquire the money needed for programming. Attracting new donors and maintaining those from years past requires creative thinking and […]