Blackbaud is the world’s leading cloud software company powering social good. The organization equips change agents with cloud software, services, expertise, and data intelligence designed with unmatched insight and supported with unparalleled commitment, so organizations can advance their missions.
Analytics by Blackbaud takes the guesswork out of a nonprofit’s mission by providing insights that drive action and results.
Raiser’s Edge NXT® by Blackbaud provides software that takes fundraising and donor management to the next level.
Bloomerang offers powerful donor management that helps nonprofits retain donors, communicate effectively, find major gift prospects and report on metrics that matter.
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner is a law firm helping clients overcome the complexity and challenges caused by competition, disputes, regulation, globalization and market disruption.
DonorSearch uses wealth analytics and proven philanthropy to help identify the most customized pool of prospective donors for each organization.
The Fundraising Standard is 501(c)(3) developed by Bloomerang Co-Founder Jay Love and Institute for Sustainable Philanthropy Co-Founder and Co-Director Dr. Adrian Sargeant. It provides proper professional fundraising training available to every new fundraiser in North America.
Institute for Sustainable Philanthropy, located in Plymouth, United Kingdom, is the global home for fundraising research grounded in the science of philanthropic psychology. It is dedicated to improving the fundraising practice and the philanthropic experience. Hartsook’s alliance with the Institute is an expression of the firm’s commitment to improving fundraiser education toward a long-term objective of unleashing the Power of Philanthropy in donors, volunteers and fundraisers. Hartsook Chairman and CEO Dr. Matthew J. Beem, PhD was appointed as the Institute’s first board chair.
Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University is the world’s first school dedicated solely to the study and teaching of philanthropy. IU established the field of philanthropic studies; established the nation’s first bachelor’s, master’s and PhD degrees in the field; and created the nation’s first endowed chair in philanthropy – The Hartsook Chair in Fundraising.