What's new at JCamp 180?
Camp Livingston completed a recent study about the benefits of screen bans at camp and used it to help their enrollment. Are there new ways your camp can promote its benefits and increase enrollment or retention?
Listening is important for both design thinking and fundraising. Here are some tips and resources to help you listen better and be more empathetic.
Learn more about our new Board to Board Summer Visit program, and read about how a similar effort helped Herzl Camp.
At the Master's Golf Tournament, even the napkins are green. That way a stray napkin won't mar the beautiful green golf course on TV. Read on to find out what this has to do with your camp and your fundraising work.
Impact Reports share the successes of your camp and the important role of your donors in that success. Here are tips to help you write a great Impact Report now.
How can you build a culture of philanthropy at your camp? Here are some steps to help you get started.
Looking for ways to improve your productivity? Check out the ideas shared in the "Productivity Hacks Free-for-All" session at #JCampConf.
Succeeding a legendary leader can be an impossible task. It’s not unusual for an executive director hired after the departure of a legendary longtime ED to last two years or less. One potential solution is temporary...by design.
Retention is on balance more valuable than recruitment, but make sure you have the data to be able to target your efforts.
Having a clear conflict of interest policy that is routinely reviewed by the board and includes annual disclosures will help prevent potential issues that can negatively impact your camp.
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