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      Monthly Archives: July 2016

      Press Coverage Highlights for July 15-29

      Our data,  expertise and more were featured in many prominent publications, such as National Clearing House, JustMeans, Association Trends, and Big Duck

      • Plan Now for a Successful ‘Giving Tuesday’ Campaign
        National Clearing House (Families & Youth) ● July 26
        Reports suggest that about 30% to 60% of online giving comes in the last quarter of the year, says Danielle Johnson Vermenton, principal consultant at Blackbaud, Inc., one of the campaign’s founding partners. Participating in Giving Tuesday can harness this spike in generosity without detracting from other end-of-the-year fundraising campaigns, she adds, as long as agencies approach the day with proper planning and promotion. “Giving Tuesday can be an independent fundraising occasion, and as with any special event, it takes time to plan for success,” Johnson Vermenton says.
      • Software Considerations Checklist for the Evolving World of Giving
        Justmeans  ● July 22
        In today’s ever-changing world of giving, more and more types of grantmaking software are emerging in the marketplace. While it’s always great to have options, it’s important to truly understand which grantmaking software is right for your needs. That’s why we’ve created a software considerations checklist to help you make informed decisions to get the most out of your grantmaking solution. To learn more about this and other topics check out the MicroEdge + Blackbaud resource hub.

      • Matching gifts are often overlooked
        Simi Valley Acorn ● July 22
        Not only are boomers a large population of the workforce, but they are one of the largest charitable donor generations. According to Blackbaud, a supplier of donor management software, 72 percent of baby boomers donate to charity, with the average boomer giving $1,212 to an average of 4.5 charities.
      • News in Brief 7/14/16
        Association Trends – Online  ● July 16
        Blackbaud, a provider of software and services to the nonprofit community, acquired Attentive.ly, a company that allows organizations to conduct social listening, identify key influencers and drive engagement. The social media engagement platform already integrates with Blackbaud’s digital marketing solution, Luminate Online. Once deeply integrated, Attentive.ly will activate an advanced level of social listening for Blackbaud customers; helping them organically grow campaigns while providing a new level of service and community to supporters.
      • Are Your Accounting Tools Up to the Non-Profit Challenge?
        Find Accounting Software blog  ● July 18
        An interview with Michael Blanton of Blackbaud – Blackbaud is one of the industry leading providers of non-profit software technology helping non-profits solve some of their toughest management challenges. Blackbaud’s line of products includes solutions for accounting, fundraising, grant management, budgeting, and other mission-critical non-profit processes. In order to get a better understanding of the opportunities available to today’s growing non-profit organizations, I spoke with Michael Blanton from Blackbaud. Read on, for a practical overview of the most effective strategies, tools, and technologies for non-profits looking to manage fund restrictions, allocations, grant reporting, and budgeting for improved non-profit financial performances.
      • What we give a quack about this summer
        BigDuck ● July 25
        Ah, CRM. A recent report compares some of the most popular CRM tools used by nonprofits (Blackbaud Luminate Online, Engaging Networks, Salsa, EveryAction, Neon, and Charity Engine), offering a nice comparison chart and in-depth reviews of each tool—pretty useful if you’re in the process of choosing a new CRM, or if you’re just interested in what’s out there.

       

      Blackbaud and Leading Global Partners Ask, What Would Happen “If Girls Ran the World?”

      Invites all those passionate about empowering women and girls to join everydayhero’s virtual
      crowdfundraising campaign to raise funds for charities around the globe

      Charleston, S.C. (July 28, 2016) — Powered by purpose, everydayhero®, a Blackbaud (NASDAQ: BLKB) company and innovative crowdfundraising platform, is bringing together thousands with its unique charity adventure, If Girls Ran the World, to collectively and virtually run around the world. Moved by the missions of charities that empower women and girls globally and to coincide with International Day of the Girl, during the month of October participants will fundraise online and run (or walk) in their own neighborhoods while tracking their miles to virtually add to a collective effort to circle the globe.

      In partnership with Girls in Tech, Susan G. Komen, The Hunger Project, Women’s Refugee Commission, YWCA, Save the Children, and many others, participants choose a cause and commit to running and fundraising to make a difference for the charity or cause closest to the their hearts. In addition to the support from healthy lifestyle brands, such as Greatist, Whole Foods, Zico® Water and KIND® Snacks women will track and log their miles using fitness apps, like Strava or MapMyFitness, to add to the collective progress during the 31-day virtual challenge.

      everydayhero events and partnerships enable individuals to turn their passions into a force for good. As studies continue to show, all of society benefits when both women and girls are supported and empowered. “Our heroes raise millions of dollars for charities all over the world and we know that giving is about more than money – it’s about time, effort, energy and voice – it all counts.” said Catherine LaCour, Blackbaud’s senior vice president of Corporate Marketing. “Our everydayhero campaign shines a light on this and demonstrates how $10 or $10,000 can help change the lives for women and girls around the world.”

      “Being a partner to everydayhero’s ‘If Girls Ran the World’ campaign is a perfect fit for us as we both operate with the spirit of a girl that’s within all of us—fearless, lively and determined,” said Adriana Gascoigne, founder and CEO of charity partner Girls in Tech. “The money raised on our behalf will be used to launch new programs for our 50,000 members, increase our reach, and engage entrepreneurs across the globe.”

      As one of the campaign’s “fearless” role models, Renee Metivier is a competitive, driven and energetic professional long-distance runner and co-founder of Recharge Studios. “I want girls to know who you surround yourself with matters and having a strong female role model can make the difference,” said Metivier. “I want to empower girls globally to think outside the box and realize they can achieve their dreams – no matter what others think, social norms, or any obstacles in their way. You really can do or be anything you want to be.”

      “We understand the collective effort of everyday people doing extraordinary things can truly make a positive impact,” LaCour added. “These heroes are inspired by each other, united by common causes and collectively they create a sense of community with a greater impact and purpose. We’re excited to work with our partners to see just what changes might happen, if girls ran the world.”

      Visit www.IfGirlsRanTheWorld.com to register and learn more about this global movement, and for more information about how to become a business or charity partner.

      About Blackbaud
      Blackbaud (NASDAQ: BLKB) is the world’s leading cloud software company powering social good. Serving the entire social good community—nonprofits, foundations, corporations, education institutions, and individual change agents—Blackbaud connects and empowers organizations to increase their impact through software, services, expertise, and data intelligence. The Blackbaud portfolio is tailored to the unique needs of vertical markets, with solutions for fundraising and relationship management, digital marketing, advocacy, accounting, payments, analytics, school management, grant management, corporate social responsibility, and volunteerism. Serving the industry for more than three decades, Blackbaud is headquartered in Charleston, South Carolina and has operations in the United States, Australia, Canada, Ireland, and the United Kingdom. For more information, visit www.blackbaud.com.

      Media Contact
      Nicole McGougan
      Public Relations
      843.654.3307
      media@blackbaud.com

      Press Coverage Highlights for July 2 – 14

      Our data,  expertise and more were featured in many prominent publications, such as Forbes,
      The Chronicle of Philanthropy, NTEN Connect, and The Agitator

      • How Purpose Drives Profit: A Case Study
        Forbes ● July 17
        I recently sat down with Mike Gianoni, President and CEO of Blackbaud (my firm works with their sales group) to discuss the interplay between purpose and profit. During Gianoni’s first two years at Blackbaud (BLKB) he increased revenue from $504 million to $638 million and drove the stock price up over 70%.  What’s most notable is that Gianoni accelerated growth and financial performance by focusing on a Noble Purpose bigger than money.
      • Fundraising is a leadership issue
        Marc Pittman: Concord Leadership Blog ● July 11
        Last year, I wrote about how a fundraising problem is a leadership problem. This post was based on my experience in the field and the experience of my clients. Now that the nonprofit leadership research results are in, the facts are in. Not only is philanthropy a leadership issue, but there are practical things for leaders to do to move fundraising forward. The numbers in the research caused the folks at Blackbaud to ask me to write a foreward to their latest npEXPERTS book, Philanthropy by the Numbers.
      • Big or Little Charity? Fundraisers Wrestle With Career Choices
        The Chronicle of Philanthropy ● July 6
        Not all small nonprofits are laggards; some are models of fundraising efficiency and professionalism that punch well above their weight. Since 2011, small organizations have outpaced the largest groups in fundraising-revenue growth, according to Blackbaud. In 2015, groups that raise less than $1 million dollars annually saw a 5.5 percent gain; organizations that raise $10 million or more posted only a 1.4 percent increase.
      • Technological Bridges Connecting Funders & Nonprofits
        NTEN Connect ● July 13
        In a recent, reasonably intelligent Adweek article reviewing giving by millennials, Dennis McCarthy at Blackbaud commented: “My 23-year-old son wouldn’t know what to do with an envelope.” I’d say the same about my 22-year-old daughter. Among other handicaps, she doesn’t have a checkbook.
      • Starting Over #5: Growing Without Direct Mail
        The Agitator ● July 18
        In a brilliant commentary titled Direct Mailpocalypse, Steve MacLaughlin, the Director of Analytics at Blackbaud, put himself into a world where dependence on decades of direct mail suddenly came to an end.

      Blackbaud Announces onCampus is Now LTI Compliant, Enables Seamless Integration with Microsoft OneNote

      The company’s learning management system now gives K-12 private
      schools access to additional external topic and assignment learning tools

       Charleston, S.C. (July 14, 2016) – In an effort to make it easier for private schools to connect with third-party learning tools, Blackbaud (NASDAQ: BLKB) today announced that onCampus®, its learning management system (LMS), is Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) certified giving users the capability to plug into external tools that pass through content, roster and gradebook information in a standardized way. By leveraging onCampus’ LTI certification, Blackbaud also now integrates with Microsoft OneNote Class Notebook to streamline user experience and save time for educators.

      “The latest integration between Blackbaud and Microsoft improves classroom efficiency and provides teachers with a unique pairing of two innovative education tools,” said Travis Warren, president of Blackbaud’s K-12 Private Schools Group. “By opening our products to LTI provider tools and streamlining workflows through our partnership with Microsoft, we’re making it easier for teachers, students and parents to use the tools that supplement instruction, grading and reporting tasks.”

      onCampus allows schools to easily manage, connect and share information by bringing everything associated with a school community, from students and parents to calendars and announcements, together in one convenient location. OneNote Class Notebook is a dynamic Microsoft tool that allows educators to create lessons and assignments for their students to complete collaboratively in OneNote.

      “Microsoft is continually seeking to advance our solutions in the education space with partner organizations such as Blackbaud,” said Anthony Salcito, vice president of Worldwide Education for Microsoft. “Schools will discover that this new integration will both enhance the learning experience for students and save teachers time. We look forward to a continued partnership with Blackbaud on further integration and innovation to deliver a high-value school experience.”

      LTI is a popular standard developed by the IMS Global Learning Consortium, a nonprofit member collaborative inventing the future of educational and learning technology through plug-and-play architecture and ecosystems. Through these LTI capabilities, Class Notebook can add to a variety of onCampus Topics to help create and share relevant and engaging resources within the classroom and throughout a school.

      The LTI certification for onCampus is another example of how Blackbaud has continued to release rapid innovation for customers through its new cloud for the global philanthropic community. In addition, full-edition onCampus users can integrate with assignment learning tools, such as Turnitin’s formative feedback capabilities and SoftChalk’s content authoring software.

      The first phase of this integration will be presented at the 2016 Blackbaud K-12 User Conference in Boston, July 13-15. User Conference attendees will be among the first to learn best practices on taking advantage of this technology for the upcoming school year. Following the initial integration phase, Blackbaud and Microsoft will continue expanding the capabilities with a single sign-on feature in addition to making grading and assessment data compatible between the two platforms.

      For more information about onCampus, visit K12.Blackbaud.com/onCampus/, and to learn more about Blackbaud’s 2016 K-12 User Conference, visit http://K12hub.Blackbaud.com/h/c/219543-Blackbaud-K-12-User-Conference-2016.

      About Blackbaud
      Serving the worldwide philanthropic community for 35 years, Blackbaud (NASDAQ: BLKB) combines innovative software, services, and expertise to help organizations achieve their missions. Blackbaud works in over 60 countries to power the passion of approximately 35,000 customers, including nonprofits, K-12 private and higher education institutions, healthcare organizations, corporations, foundations, and other charitable giving entities. The company offers a full spectrum of cloud and on-premise solutions, as well as a resource network that empowers and connects organizations of all sizes. Blackbaud’s portfolio of software and services supports nonprofit fundraising and relationship management, digital marketing, advocacy, accounting, payments and analytics, as well as grant management, corporate social responsibility, and education. Organizations that use Blackbaud technology raise, invest, manage, and award more than $100 billion each year. Recognized as a top company, Blackbaud is headquartered in Charleston, South Carolina and has operations in the United States, Australia, Canada, Ireland, and the United Kingdom. For more information, visit www.blackbaud.com.

      Media Contact
      Nicole McGougan
      Public Relations
      843-654-3307
      media@blackbaud.com

      Forward-looking Statements
      Except for historical information, all of the statements, expectations, and assumptions contained in this news release are forward-looking statements that involve a number of risks and uncertainties, including statements regarding expected benefits of products and product features. Although Blackbaud attempts to be accurate in making these forward-looking statements, it is possible that future circumstances might differ from the assumptions on which such statements are based. In addition, other important factors that could cause results to differ materially include the following: general economic risks; uncertainty regarding increased business and renewals from existing customers; continued success in sales growth; management of integration of acquired companies and other risks associated with acquisitions; risks associated with successful implementation of multiple integrated software products; the ability to attract and retain key personnel; risks associated with management of growth; lengthy sales and implementation cycles, particularly in larger organization; technological changes that make our products and services less competitive; and the other risk factors set forth from time to time in the SEC filings for Blackbaud, copies of which are available free of charge at the SEC’s website at www.sec.gov or upon request from Blackbaud’s investor relations department. All Blackbaud product names appearing herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of Blackbaud, Inc.

      Blackbaud Acquires Attentive.ly

      Plans to integrate social marketing capabilities into portfolio to
      increase value for customers and accelerate delivery of next generation cloud solutions

      Charleston, S.C. (July 12, 2016) — Blackbaud, (NASDAQ: BLKB), the leading provider of software and services for the global philanthropic community, today announced it has acquired Attentive.ly, a company that allows organizations to conduct social listening, identify key influencers and drive engagement.

      “The acquisition of Attentive.ly will dramatically accelerate Blackbaud’s ability to integrate critical social media capabilities into our portfolio of solutions while putting new innovation in the hands of customers,” said Blackbaud President and CEO Mike Gianoni. “This addition complements our vision to offer customers even more effective engagement pathways with their supporters through strategic social, mobile and other digital campaigns.”

      As a strategic partner within Blackbaud’s partner network, Attentive.ly has been helping nonprofits turn supporters into vocal advocates for years. The social media engagement platform already integrates with Blackbaud’s digital marketing solution, Luminate Online™, which has proven beneficial for the two companies’ many shared customers. Blackbaud plans to more deeply integrate Attentive.ly’s capabilities into the next generation version of Luminate Online and intends to pursue other opportunities to leverage functionality across its broader portfolio over time. Once deeply integrated, Attentive.ly will activate an advanced level of social listening for Blackbaud customers; helping them organically grow campaigns while providing a new level of service and community to supporters.

      “Blackbaud has been on an exciting journey to bring customers rapid innovation in the cloud, as evidenced by the thousands of new capabilities we’ve introduced to the market this year alone,” said Kevin McDearis, executive vice president of Research, Delivery and Operations at Blackbaud. “We’re committed to exposing our customers to the best tools available in the market, and sometimes that means rather than inventing or partnering, we seek to more closely align ourselves with providers who have extensive expertise, proven products and deeply satisfied customers. Attentive.ly is one such example because an acquisition allows us to better integrate a market-leading leading platform for social listening and engagement into our portfolio now, while giving us a strong foundation to build on as we continue to push the envelope of innovation for the entire philanthropic community.”

      Attentive.ly, which was co-founded by CEO Rosalyn Lemieux, CTO Cindy Mottershead and Cheryl Contee, has been operating in the nonprofit sector since 2012. It is the second successful business venture created and led by Lemieux and Contee. Lemieux and Mottershead, along with the company’s nine employees will join Blackbaud effective immediately, reporting up through McDearis’ Research, Delivery and Operations Group. Contee will serve as strategic adviser to Blackbaud as she continues to lead consulting firm, Fission Strategy.

      “We couldn’t be more thrilled about the opportunity this acquisition creates for Attentive.ly to further fuel the rapid innovation already taking place within Blackbaud,” said Lemieux. “We’ll be able to put powerful social engagement and advocacy tools into the hands of more nonprofits—faster and with increased value—which will translate to bigger outcomes across the entire social good movement.”

      Contee added: “Today is a great day for Attentive.ly customers, for Luminate Online customers, and for the entire nonprofit community. I look forward to continued collaboration with Blackbaud as we join forces to help mission-driven organizations embrace digital marketing with excellence.”

      The acquisition of Attentive.ly allows Blackbaud to offer customers:

      • Plug and play cloud tools to enable social listening by finding relevant conversations already happening on social channels
      • Improved engagement and conversion with actionable social behavior data integrated into Luminate Online
      • An enriched supporter experience with greater cross-channel engagement and connectivity
      • Social influencer engagement to amplify their cause, including advocacy, fundraising and awareness-building campaigns

      This acquisition also brings expanded advocacy capabilities to Blackbaud customers, specifically in the cause and cure space. Attentive.ly’s capabilities will help nonprofits use grassroots social marketing to turn influencers into advocates, raise awareness, and shape broader conversations around issues, bringing about change in legislation at the local, state and federal levels of government.

      Attentive.ly has locations in Atlanta, Boston and Washington, D.C. Blackbaud is headquartered in Charleston, South Carolina, with operations around the globe. For more information, visit www.Blackbaud.com/Better-Together.

       About Blackbaud
      Serving the worldwide philanthropic community for 35 years, Blackbaud (NASDAQ: BLKB) combines innovative software, services, and expertise to help organizations achieve their missions. Blackbaud works in over 60 countries to power the passion of approximately 35,000 customers, including nonprofits, K-12 private and higher education institutions, healthcare organizations, corporations, foundations, and other charitable giving entities. The company offers a full spectrum of cloud and on-premise solutions, as well as a resource network that empowers and connects organizations of all sizes. Blackbaud’s portfolio of software and services supports nonprofit fundraising and relationship management, digital marketing, advocacy, accounting, payments and analytics, as well as grant management, corporate social responsibility, and education. Organizations that use Blackbaud technology raise, invest, manage, and award more than $100 billion each year. Recognized as a top company, Blackbaud is headquartered in Charleston, South Carolina and has operations in the United States, Australia, Canada, Ireland, and the United Kingdom. For more information, visit www.blackbaud.com.

      About Attentive.ly
      Attentive.ly drives engagement with your campaigns by turning quiet supporters into vocal advocates. Our plug-and-play solution enriches CRMs with actionable social behavior data for radically improved response. We power influencer engagement, fundraising, and advocacy campaigns. We have worked with brands across the non-profit, commercial and political space helping them understand their supporters and boost engagement. For more information, visit www.attentive.ly.

      Blackbaud Media Contact                                                   Attentive.ly Media Contact

      Nicole McGougan                                                                   Jeanette Russell
      Public Relations                                                                      Public Relations
      843.654.3307                                                                          406-880-5638
      media@blackbaud.com                                                         jnet@attentive.ly

      Forward-looking Statements
      Except for historical information, all of the statements, expectations, and assumptions contained in this news release are forward-looking statements that involve a number of risks and uncertainties. Although Blackbaud attempts to be accurate in making these forward-looking statements, it is possible that future circumstances might differ from the assumptions on which such statements are based. In addition, other important factors that could cause results to differ materially include the following: general economic risks; uncertainty regarding increased business and renewals from existing customers; continued success in sales growth; management of integration of acquired companies and other risks associated with acquisitions; risks associated with successful implementation of multiple integrated software products; the ability to attract and retain key personnel; risks related to our dividend policy and share repurchase program, including potential limitations on our ability to grow and the possibility that we might discontinue payment of dividends; risks relating to restrictions imposed by the credit facility; risks associated with management of growth; lengthy sales and implementation cycles, particularly in larger organization; technological changes that make our products and services less competitive; and the other risk factors set forth from time to time in the SEC filings for Blackbaud, copies of which are available free of charge at the SEC’s website at www.sec.gov or upon request from Blackbaud’s investor relations department. All Blackbaud product names appearing herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of Blackbaud, Inc.

      Press Coverage Highlights for June 18 – July 1

      Our data,  expertise and more were featured in many prominent publications, such as About.com, Benzinga, Cursive Content, Ignite Fundraising, and Charleston Digital Corridor 

      • Blackbaud: Big Fish In The Small Non-Profit Software Pond
        Benzinga ● June 28 ● Company News
        Baird’s Steven Ashley reiterated Blackbaud’s outperform rating and $70.00 price target after meeting with Blackbaud’s management team last week. Blackbaud’s lone wolf position in the non-profit software space gives the company an advantage executing M&A deals, positioning itself as a “strategic bidder” according to Ashley. The analyst expects future M&A to add 2.00 percent to management’s goal of 6–10 percent organic growth.
      • Philanthropy by the Numbers: The Stories Behind the Stats
        Ignite Fundraising ● June 29 ● Thought Leadership
        Have you seen the recently released npEXPERTS eBook:  Philanthropy by the Numbers: The Stories Behind the Stats?  As the folks at Blackbaud describe it: It’s a collection of “11 of the best and brightest minds in philanthropy speaking up about what’s happening in the sector today and how these trends are shaping the future.”
      • CofC Course Pairs Computer Science Students With Tech Firms
        Charleston Digital Corridor ● June 13 ● Company News
        In January, representatives from 12 Lowcountry technology companies went to the class and pitched projects to the students. Some were pet projects that the company didn’t have the time, money or personnel to complete, and others were more mission-critical projects that could be integrated into the company’s day-to-day operation, van Delden said. Team Blackbaud worked on an app to plug into the company’s everydayhero website.

      The Blackbaud Index: Nonprofits Continue to Experience a Decrease in Overall Charitable Giving

      The Blackbaud Index reported that overall charitable giving to nonprofits decreased 2.4% while online giving increased 1.5% for the three months ending May 2016 compared to the same period in 2015.

      As reported in the recently released Charitable Giving Report, overall giving in the United States increased 1.6% while online giving grew 9.2% for the full year 2015 as compared to the full year 2014. To learn more about how nonprofit fundraising performed in 2015, download the full report at www.blackbaud.com/charitablegiving.

      The Blackbaud Index provides the most up-to-date information on charitable giving today. Tracking more than $17 billion in US-based charitable giving, the Index is updated on the first of each month (or the next business day) and is based on a three-month moving average of year-over-year percent change. Featuring overall and online giving, the Index can be viewed by size and subsets of the nonprofit industry via an interactive online chart. The Index also features a fundraising benchmark calculator that allows users to easily chart their own results against the Index and historical data to provide a fuller view of charitable giving.

      To access The Blackbaud Index, subscribe to monthly email alerts, read about the methodology, or access special reports, visit www.blackbaud.com/blackbaudindex.

      About Blackbaud
      Serving the worldwide philanthropic community for 35 years, Blackbaud (NASDAQ: BLKB) combines innovative software, services, and expertise to help organizations achieve their missions. Blackbaud works in over 60 countries to power the passion of approximately 35,000 customers, including nonprofits, K-12 private and higher education institutions, healthcare organizations, corporations, foundations, and other charitable giving entities. The company offers a full spectrum of cloud and on-premise solutions, as well as a resource network that empowers and connects organizations of all sizes. Blackbaud’s portfolio of software and services supports nonprofit fundraising and relationship management, eMarketing, advocacy, accounting, payments and analytics, as well as grant management, corporate social responsibility, and education. Organizations use Blackbaud technology to raise, invest, manage, and award more than $100 billion each year. Recognized as a top company, Blackbaud is headquartered in Charleston, South Carolina and has operations in the United States, Australia, Canada, Ireland, and the United Kingdom. For more information, visit www.blackbaud.com.

      Media Contact
      Nicole McGougan
      Public Relations
      843.654.3307
      nicole.mcgougan@blackbaud.com

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