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Toronto school fundraising raises questions about equity in public-education system - The Globe and Mail
CAROLINE ALPHONSO AND KATE HAMMER - EDUCATION REPORTERS
The Globe and Mail
Published Monday, Nov. 03 2014
education  TDSB  fundraising  neighbourhoods  Toronto 
november 2014 by jerryking
smSmallBiz.com | Making the Most of Online Matchmaking for Small Firms
August 6, 2007 | Wall Street Journal | By Simona Covel.
There are 99 companies looking for funding for every investor. The best
postings are short ads that are really to the point. Four sentences that
are well-composed will beat four paragraphs every time. It should say:
"This is the industry we're serving. This is the problem we're solving.
And this is how we make money doing it."

A bad posting doesn't give any indication to the investor why they would
want to invest in that company.
small_business  serial_entrepreneur  match-making  online  fundraising  investors  investing  Simona_Covel  angels 
october 2010 by jerryking
Are Charity Fundraisers Spying on You?
May 18, 2010 | SmartMoney Magazine | by Anne Kadet. Donor
research isn’t new, of course. In a bygone era, fund-raising sleuths
spent days at the library and county clerk’s office, scribbling facts on
index cards. More recently, major charities have spent large sums on
donor data to prepare for capital campaigns. But now, for as little as
$3,000 a year, even smaller nonprofits—like the Cape Cod Commercial Hook
Fishermen’s Association—can use databases that estimate everything from
a donor’s net worth to the size of her mortgage. According to nonprofit
marketing-research firm Campbell Rinker, nearly half of all charities
now use these tools to research donors.
privacy  charities  target_marketing  scuttlebutt  hospitals  nonprofit  fundraising  data_mining  high_net_worth  personal_finance  estate_planning 
may 2010 by jerryking
The big money comes in through the out door
July 20 2009 12:09 | Financial Times | By Jonathan Moules. A
recession is said to be the perfect time to start up a business. It is
also the moment to plan selling one. Coutts, the private bank, found
that 54 per cent of their owner-manager clients ponder the best way to
offload their business on a daily or weekly basis while 71 per cent
consider their exit at least once a month. The winter of recession is
the ideal time to start planning a sale. The average sale of a business
takes two years to organise properly, so anyone wishing to take
advantage of the next economic upturn should start preparing today.
fundraising  exits  serial_entrepreneurship  private_equity  preparation  selling_a_business 
august 2009 by jerryking
Firms Funding Arts Seek a Return - WSJ.com
FEBRUARY 9, 2007 WSJ article by ROBERT J. HUGHES. Businesses
are trying to connect their philanthropy much more directly with their
business goals
(1) many arts fund-raisers are now negotiating with a company's
marketing department, not just its philanthropic arm.
(2) Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University.
cultural_institutions  philanthropy  fundraising  nonprofit  strategic  sponsorships 
march 2009 by jerryking
College Fund-Raising Outlook Darkens After Surge - WSJ.com
FEBRUARY 25, 2009 WSJ article by JOHN HECHINGER

A survey of 1,052 institutions conducted by the nonprofit Council for
Aid to Education. Fund raising in academia is highly sensitive to stock
prices because many donors, for tax reasons, give appreciated stock
instead of cash.
endowments  Colleges_&_Universities  crisis  philanthropy  fundraising  donors  donations 
february 2009 by jerryking
THE ART OF THE PHILANTHROPIC DEAL HOW CHARITIES COURT THE RICH 1. IDENTIFY2. SEDUCE 3. IMMORTALIZE
June 14, 2008 G&M article by KELLY GRANT that documents how
behind-the-scenes tale of how Toronto's hospitals, universities and
cultural institutions win the eye-popping donations that put rival
cities to shame. Re. P. Condon.
charities  Colleges_&_Universities  cultural_institutions  donations  donors  fundraising  gift_ideas  high_net_worth  hospitals  philanthropy  recognition_policies  tips  Toronto 
february 2009 by jerryking
When Donors Can't Keep Their Pledges - WSJ.com
JANUARY 27, 2009 WSJ column by SHELLY BANJO. Some
philanthropists are finding themselves unable to fulfill multi-year
pledges or continue annual contributions to charities they support.
Articles offers solutions.
philanthropy  charities  fundraising  economy  Shelly_Banjo  benefactors 
january 2009 by jerryking
globeandmail.com - Michael Smith: Grilled steak with shitake gravy
July 9, 2008 G&M Chef Michael Smith outlines the inaugural Village Feast fundraiser for a Kenyan village.
food  beef  charities  fundraising  PEI  recipes  steaks 
january 2009 by jerryking

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