Stay ahead in our constantly changing world with regular updates from our TPF Staff and Partners.
Right now, growing a church or nonprofit can be especially difficult. While slow cautious steps forward might feel comfortable, it's critical that we don't just wait for the world to happen around us. Click here for Rick Young's 5 steps to supporting proactive growth in a reactive environment.
Our recent isolation has been different for everyone, but it has been especially difficult for the more extroverted among us. Click here for Stefanie Marsden's thoughts on what's happening in our current environment and hopeful words of encouragement.
Always an important part of most everything we do, technology has now become critical to even the simplest of daily activities. Click here to read Jake Wilson's thoughts on how we can truly connect during this time of isolation.
We are navigating new and uncertain times. In this new blog post, The Rev. Dr. Rick Young shares his hopeful thoughts on how and why generations are working together to support each other. Click here for this valuable insight...
The best way to encourage generosity is to talk about it. It's time to get started! Click here to five easy ways you can encourage generosity TODAY.
Charitable giving continues to change. What's causing this? Click here to take a look at how the different generations are continually impacting the face of generosity and review the new rules for successfully navigating these changes.
What changes can you expect due to the continued transformation of the generosity demonstrated by church members and donors? Click here to check out Rick Young's thoughts on and recommendations around the 5 key trends in generosity he sees coming to prominence in 2020.
There's a big difference between HAVE TO and WANT TO generosity. Take a look at our latest blog post for The Rev. Dr. Richard Young's three keys to encouraging the WANT TO kind of generosity that truly changes lives.
Always expect the unexpected. Especially when it comes to our financial markets. To learn more, check out John Furlow's thoughts on the first two quarters of 2019 and register for our upcoming live, mid-year investment conversation.
When it comes to technology, the only thing we know for sure is that everything will change. These changes bring a constant flow of updates and questions for TPF partners. Click here for insight into the 5 trends most likely to affect you over the coming year.
Are you looking for new ways to talk about and encourage generosity? Is stewardship important to you? Click here to learn more about how we plan to help you continue on your generosity journey.
Are you curious about what you can expect from the markets in the coming year? While we don't actually have a Magic 8-Ball, TPF's President & CEO, Rev. Rick Young, does provide guiding insight to help us anticipate what the coming year might bring. Click here for a first look!
Endowments are powerful giving vehicles that truly can help you change the lives of others. Click here for more information about the different ways you can establish an Endowment to support your favorite church or nonprofit.
There can be no question. We are NOT speculators or prophets. But we do have a proven investment philosophy that can increase your ability to expand your impact on mission. How do we do it? Click here to find out how...
What do you need to know about your investments? We're here to tell you. Click here to see Rick's thoughts on carefully managing information and why it's important you attend our upcoming webinar.
Is generosity important to your church or institution? Have you ever wondered how to further integrate it into the fabric of everything you do? Check out our latest post and see five simple keys to help you inspire generosity within your church members and donors.
We hope you'll check out this sneak peek of TPF's upcoming free webinar, “Intentional Grace: A Simple Plan to Inspire Generosity.” Jake Wilson gives his thoughts on why this event will be valuable for all of our TPF partners. Take a look and see for yourself!
It's true. Together we CAN achieve more. Today, churches and non-profit organizations face many of the same challenges. Check out this blog post by John Furlow to find out how TPF can help you overcome these challenges to have an even greater impact on mission.
Can you ever have too much of a good thing? The answer to this question is tricky, particularly when it involves generosity and endowments. However, there are considerations that can help to clarify your particular situation. Click here for some added clarity to a complex question.
Cybersecurity. What is it? Why is it so important? Click here to read about why it's so important to TPF and find out how we go above and beyond to ensure your data is protected from the ever-changing cyber threats we all face today.
Really, what could be more important than a clear understanding of who is giving, why they are giving, how they are giving, and how much they are giving? This is the information that must shape our strategic planning and stewardship/fundraising programs.
Sometimes, despite our best intentions, we overlook opportunities to not only help those in need, but we miss opportunities to make a personal connection with them. Take a look at our new blog post for a reminder that people change the lives of other people.
The TPF Balanced Fund just had a birthday, and it's time to celebrate 20 years of allocation diversity, growth, and stewardship! What makes the fund so special? And more importantly, how can this celebrated investment tool help YOU?
How is your vision? Is it blurry? Are you seeing spots? What about the vision of your church or nonprofit? Is it clearly defined and communicated? Or is it unclear and intangible? Maybe somewhere in the middle?
Insider threats are a plague to companies throughout the world, and unfortunately, churches and non-profits face these same threats. What exactly are insider threats, and how can they affect you?
Sustainable. Responsible. These are words that we actively associate with environmental conservation and social programs. But if you don’t already, you should also consider the importance of their application to investments.