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7 Insights from the Nonprofit Fundraisers Symposium

I had the good fortune to attend the Nonprofit Fundraisers Symposium last month in Washington, DC. If I had one word to describe this conference, it would be “Wow!” Co-produced by the Direct Marketing Association of Washington (DMAW) and The Nonprofit Alliance (TNPA), this conference was different in all the right ways. Here are 7 Insights from the sessions that I hope will help you with your own fundraising program.
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Leading EDGE Presents….The Student Perspective

Want to learn more about the younger generation and prepare for future employees? Leading EDGE presents The Student Perspective blog series! In this installment, hear from TNPA marketing intern, Patricia Aniagba, on her takeaways from Pamela Taylor’s Career Day keynote speech, specifically on school, work, and life balance.
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Involvement in TNPA’s Advocacy Program: It’s Fun & You Can Help the Nonprofit Sector

Now that the 118th Congress is sworn in, the legislative work begins! TNPA is here to guide and shape the policies that matter to the nonprofit sector. Your membership supports that. You can get involved and make TNPA’s voice and impact even stronger. We have a variety of options for you to not only help the nonprofit sector, but also network with interesting people and have some fun!
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A New Law Incentivizes Charitable Giving from Seniors

On December 29, the President signed into law the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2023, which included the SECURE 2.0 Act of 2022 (“SECURE 2.0”). SECURE 2.0 contains dozens of provisions aimed at encouraging additional retirement savings among Americans. We are excited to share that among SECURE 2.0’s provisions is a modified version of the Legacy IRA Act which will incentivize more charitable giving from seniors (Section 307).
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TNPA | 2022 Year In Review

2022 was a big year at TNPA! From new staff to new initiatives and returning to in-person convenings to creating even more virtual opportunities. We are excited about how far we have all made it together as a sector and look forward to doing even more together in 2023.
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Why Care About Cybersecurity?

October is Cybersecurity Month. This is the first in a series of posts about the importance of cybersecurity for nonprofits. To learn more, and to find more information about a CEO Roadmap and Considerations for Partnership Agreements, visit our page on Cybersecurity....
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