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The Advantages of Understanding Your Staff Amid a Tight Labor Market

by Melissa Irish, PRG Managing Associate I recently read a staggering statistic citing that losing an employee costs 90 to 200 percent of their salary, benefits and expenses, according to the Society for Human Resource Management and the Center for American Progress. They went on to say that for top fundraisers, such as major gifts

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Times of Major Transition Equals Fundraising Opportunity – Don’t Miss It!

by Elliot Levin, PRG President & Founder Tran-si-tion: the process or a period of changing from one state to another. We’ve all been through mega-transitions in the last two years: the pandemic, wildfire, drought, power shut offs, a newly remote workforce, and a wave of nonprofit professional retirements. And yet, charitable giving in the US

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Important Lessons from the Front Lines of a Capital Campaign

by Elliot Levin, PRG President & Founder PRG recently served as capital campaign counsel to the largest, successful campaign in recent Sonoma County history – the $48 million Caritas Center, developed by Catholic Charities of Santa Rosa – that brings hope and a new start to homeless families and individuals through a comprehensive mix of

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