Scott Koegler

Scott Koegler

Scott Koegler is Executive Editor for PMG360. He is a technology writer and editor with 20+ years experience delivering high value content to readers and publishers. 

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Why do people donate money? Research from give2gether

give2getherResearch from the organization give2gether has produced some interesting findings about what nonprofits can do to increase their gifts. Some of these seem simple and straight forward while others may take additional effort. All, however, seem worthy of consideration for your nonprofit. Read more...

New grant aimed at helping at-risk students

Mobile Beacon (, a leading provider of low-cost 4G mobile broadband service exclusively to the education and nonprofit sectors, is today announcing a new grant program that donates laptops, modems, and Internet service. Qualified educational entities in select areas of the country will be eligible to receive up to 25 laptops and modems for disadvantaged or at-risk students so they can continue their studies remotely. Read more...

What's Ahead for Nonprofits

n01_mainNearly every industry, and consequently every individual has been faced with financial issues in the last couple years. If indicators prove to be right, 2011 should see a return to some measure of prosperity across the board.

We are already seeing growth in some sectors, and several nonprofits have reported increases in their receipts toward the end of 2010. In addition to the basic increases in giving, we're tracking some trends for the next year that show some promise. If you're not already aware of these, keep an eye on future issues for specifics and advice on how you can maximize your involvement with them.

In particular, be on the lookout for increases in mobile giving and the applications that enable this trend on mobile phones and other portable devices. Also, watch for software providers to increasingly move toward cloud and SaaS based applications. And you can expect to see better quality in donor research.

We wish you all the best of success in your endeavors for 2011 and beyond, and we appreciate your continued support.

Scott Koegler
Executive Editor


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