Month: August 2021

Fraudulent “COVID-19 Compensation Lottery Prize” scam, falsely alleges association with WHO and others

The World Health Organization (WHO) has been made aware of correspondences being circulated by scammers (acting under the name of Capital Finance, Inc. London), falsely notifying recipients of such correspondences that they have been selected as a beneficiary/winner of a US$1 million lottery compensation prize payment for losses and damages suffered as a result of …

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Major Gifts: How Two Fundraising Professionals Successfully Made the Ask

Enjoy this spotlighted blog from Fundraising Academy Cause Selling Education If you are not working with individual donors to raise major gifts, it’s time to start. Here’s why… The Pareto Principle states that 80% of your revenue will come from 20% of your clients. With fundraising, that might be more like 90/10. In other words, …

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Finish The Summer Strong With Your Nonprofit

Vacation requests, fewer conference invites, sporadic emails—summer tends to be a lighter season for the nonprofit sector. For many people, summer is a chance to slow down and recharge, meaning that the work might slow down, too. This year in particular, HubSpot found that employees across various sectors are starting to unplug and take long-awaited …

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FIFA launches #ReachOut campaign for better mental health

FIFA has launched #ReachOut, a campaign designed to raise awareness of the symptoms of mental health conditions, encourage people to seek help when they need it, and take actions every day for better mental health. With the support of past and current football players, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Association of Southeast Asian …

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