Thursday, June 4, 2009

News You Can Use

The news isn't all doom and gloom. A new poll shows that donor confidence is rising, especially among donors to faith-based organizations.
According to the latest Donor Confidence Report, conducted by nonprofit marketing research company Campbell Rinker, donor confidence grew to an index of 88.2 in April, a .7 increase from February. Faith-based charities showed the sharpest increase, up 2.07 from February. Check out the complete article here.
Although our dyslexia program is not a faith-based charity, the article does exert a good, positive indicator that donor confidence is on the rise. And the Learning Center model shares many of the elements of faith-based charities: passionate volunteers supporting a worthy cause in their communities.


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