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How Good360 Is Transforming the Problem of Retail Returns Into Social Good

How Good360 Is Transforming the Problem of Retail Returns Into Social Good

As Black Friday kicks off the holiday shopping season, retailers are eagerly anticipating their busiest time of the year. But ...
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How Your Nonprofit Can Better Reach Every Generation

How Your Nonprofit Can Better Reach Every Generation

“Generational marketing” seems a bit gimmicky—until you realize how critical it can be to your marketing efforts. If your nonprofit ...
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5 Inspiring GivingTuesday Examples to Level Up Your Next Campaign

5 Inspiring GivingTuesday Examples to Level Up Your Next Campaign

5 Inspiring GivingTuesday Examples to Level Up Your Next Campaign The global day of generosity known as GivingTuesday always falls ...
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Native American Heritage Month:  How Hopi Relief Brings Hope & Assistance with Good360

Native American Heritage Month: How Hopi Relief Brings Hope & Assistance with Good360

The COVID-19 pandemic left a path of illness and death across the U.S.  But data shows that some of the ...
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5 Biggest Mistakes Your Nonprofit Is Making with Grant Writing

5 Biggest Mistakes Your Nonprofit Is Making with Grant Writing

Writing grants can sometimes feel like a big gamble. It takes a lot of work to put together a good ...
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How Your Nonprofit Can Best Prepare for the Holidays

How Your Nonprofit Can Best Prepare for the Holidays

Anyone who works in the nonprofit sector understands the importance of the final quarter of the year. Q4 is when ...
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Fire Prevention Month: 4 Factors to Consider in Disaster Response

Fire Prevention Month: 4 Factors to Consider in Disaster Response

Summer may be over, but the wildfire season continues unabated in the Western United States. In fact, it’s not uncommon ...
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Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Help Good360 Be a Part of the Recovery

Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Help Good360 Be a Part of the Recovery

Domestic violence or intimate partner violence (IPV) is astonishingly more common than most people realize. That’s because so much of ...
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Good360’s Retail Matching Program Keeps It Local

Good360’s Retail Matching Program Keeps It Local

Despite the growing popularity of e-commerce, the vast majority of retail sales in the U.S.—approximately 85%—still happen in traditional, brick-and-mortar ...
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How Faith-Based Organizations Can Improve Their Disaster Response

How Faith-Based Organizations Can Improve Their Disaster Response

Faith-based organizations (FBOs) have an outsized role in philanthropy, attracting the largest share of donation dollars annually in America. They ...
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National Preparedness Month:  How Nonprofits Can Collaborate to Enhance Disaster Resiliency

National Preparedness Month: How Nonprofits Can Collaborate to Enhance Disaster Resiliency

National Preparedness Month takes place every September. With the intention of reaching underserved Latinx and Black communities, this year’s theme ...
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Closing the Need Gap for Kentucky in Disaster Recovery:  The Importance of Aligning Intent with Need

Closing the Need Gap for Kentucky in Disaster Recovery: The Importance of Aligning Intent with Need

Kentucky can’t seem to catch a break. In less than 12 months, the state has endured an extraordinary string of ...
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How the New Billionaires on the Block Are Shaping Giving Trends

How the New Billionaires on the Block Are Shaping Giving Trends

The face of big-ticket philanthropy is changing. That’s primarily due to one fresh face you’ve probably seen a lot lately—MacKenzie ...
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Why Now Is the Time to Start Planning for End-Of-Year Giving

Why Now Is the Time to Start Planning for End-Of-Year Giving

Everyone who works in the nonprofit sector understands the importance of Q4. It’s the most important time of the year ...
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Up to 60% of goods donated during times of disaster go to waste – help us make sure that doesn’t happen in Kentucky

Up to 60% of goods donated during times of disaster go to waste – help us make sure that doesn’t happen in Kentucky

As the country learns about the floods in Eastern Kentucky, we open our hearts and want to help.  Sometimes, however, ...
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