Faculty Member Charles Burack Releases Third Book of Poetry

Famed artisan Leonardo Da Vinci once wrote, “Painting is poetry which is seen and not heard, and poetry is a painting which is heard but not seen.” Charles Burack is a master painter, and recent [...]

Giving Back: One Student’s Experience with Service Learning

When Danielle Fowler, a psychology student and adult learner, undertook her service learning project at JFK University, she had no idea what to expect. Service learning is a requirement needed to graduate – a requirement [...]

May 12, 2017|Events, Sanford Institute of Philanthropy|

Social Styles and Versatility: Turning the Fundraiser into a Relationship-Builder

May 12, 2017|Events, Sanford Institute of Philanthropy|

For the majority of today's non-profits, donor acquisition is a reality that constantly has to be addressed, as generous and reliable support is the lifeblood of the average organization. Scouting and identifying prospective donors can [...]

Sport Psychology alum: What are they up to?

Brian Alexander, M.A. '15, has been writing and presenting up a storm so far this year, with numerous published blogs and articles as well as presentations for USA Water Polo athletes. As a USA Water [...]

Sanford Institute of Philanthropy Presents a Seminar On The Donor Lifecycle

When asked what the greatest challenge of running a non-profit is, most would answer with one word: money. The need for funds is a constant reality for most non-profits, and with time and resources at [...]

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