By Kristi Howard-Shultz Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and there’s no better time to express appreciation to your donors. In a year that has been so tough, could we ever love them more? Start small but start now With only a few days to drop cards in the mail, there’s still time to… Read more »
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Is it ever a bad idea to say ‘thank you’?
By Kelly R. Young Patrick Dwyer, Ph.D., went to college to study math before becoming hooked on studying human nature through the scientific method, going on to earn his doctorate in social psychology at the University of Minnesota. In 2017, he joined the faculty at the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy as an… Read more »
Research and trends in philanthropy: Gratitude and saying ‘thank you’
In the final post of a five-part series this week about trends and research in philanthropy, Dr. Patrick Dwyer shares his research about gratitude and implications for nonprofits. “Thank you.” Two simple words that can convey a lot of meaning. For nonprofit practitioners, it’s essential to thank many people. Thank your donors (institutional and individual),… Read more »