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A Little Caution Goes a Long Way When Donating to a Crowdfunding Campaign

Crowdfunding campaigns are everywhere these days. Even if you’re judicious about how you spend your time on social Read More

We’re All in This Together

The lure to help in the wake of a major disaster—a hurricane, tornado, flooding—is certainly nothing new. In fact, Read More
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Where Data Collection and Charitable Giving Intersect

Up until recently, you probably noticed a lot of headlines about strides to protect consumers’ data. That’s all Read More

How Can Changes to the Tax Code Improve Charitable Giving?

We reported how there’s been a 1.7% decrease in charitable giving since the institution of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Read More

It’s Time to Reshape Our Thinking on Giving

We tend to associate financial donations with the end of the year—about a third of all charitable giving is done Read More

Thinking About Donating to a Homeless Shelter? Read This First

We spend a lot of time discussing financial contributions here, but that’s hardly the only way to show your support. Read More

How to Give Without the Headache that Can Come Along with It

If you’re like most, your inbox swelled to near-unruly proportions between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day. Much of Read More

How Much Are We Giving to Charities?

We’re donating more to charities than we ever have before. That may strike you as a bit of a surprise in light of the Read More

If We’re Paying Less Taxes, Why is Charitable Giving Down?

Don’t look now, but tax season is upon us. Which makes this the perfect time to take a closer look at how our Read More

Experts Anticipate the Changing Face of Giving

This isn’t just any January. It’s also the start of a new decade, which is why it may feel like you’ve been Read More

How to Resolve to Give More Generously

Researchers estimate that 60 percent of us make New Year’s resolutions, yet only about 8 percent of us are successful Read More

Why Every One of Us Needs to Be Involved in the Climate Change Conversation

The climate change discussion has been evolving at an incredible pace ever since the United Nations climate summit in Read More

Backpack Program Feeds 100 Students Across Hunterdon County

A new program is helping to feed about 100 students at 12 different schools across Hunterdon County. At the end of each Read More

WIC Lowers Preterm Birth and Infant Death Rate, Study Says

A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that babies born to WIC participants are Read More

With Volunteering, You Get as Much as You Give (Maybe Even More)

Thick in the season of gratitude and giving, it got us thinking: Why exactly do we volunteer? These are a few of the Read More

Reflections on the Holiday Program at the Norwescap Traditions Family Success Center

I am sitting in the office on a Sunday afternoon.  It is very quiet; leaving time to really think before we get into Read More

There’s Some Good in Data Collection, too

The news cycles are constantly populated with stories about the negative impacts of data collection. But there’s some Read More

Answering Questions About Crowd-Funded Match Campaigns and the Nuances of Conventional Match Campaigns

In our last blog post, we defined what’s becoming an increasingly popular form of fundraising, the matching campaign. Read More

What You Need to Know Before Giving to a Matching Campaign

Maybe you heard about a matching challenge in passing during the most recent NPR fundraising campaign. Or maybe Read More
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How to Get Everyone on Your Contact List Behind Your Cause

It’s a popular misperception that charitable giving is strictly for the fortunate few who have large stores of Read More