js goodness gifts LLC

177 donna court
lynbrook, new york 11563

NYS Entity Status
INACTIVE - Dissolution (May 20, 2014)

NYS Filing Date
OCTOBER 16, 2013

NYS DOS ID#
4473055

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NASSAU

Jurisdiction
NEW YORK

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NONE

NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY

Name History
2013 - JS GOODNESS GIFTS LLC









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  • What You Need to Know About Online Gift-Card Exchanges
    By Lauren Goode - Monday Dec 30, 2013

    The gift-giving season is over. Here’s how to turn in that gift card you don’t want -- for cash -- or buy other gift cards on the cheap.

    Source: All Things Digital
  • the gift you need the most
    By Mary Cahalane - Tuesday Apr 11, 2017

    Nothing is as critical to good relationships as trust. That goes for your organization’s relationships with its donors, too. Trust is precious. And fragile. In a 2015 poll, the Chronicle of Philanthropy found that “A third (of those polled) said charities do a “not too good” or “not at all good” job spending money wisely; […]

    Source: Fundraising advice
  • Four Things I Don’t Understand About Major Gift Naysayers
    By Richard Perry and Jeff Schreifels - Wednesday May 24, 2017

    It’s truly unbelievable that smart, competent people can’t see that a good major gifts program is worth the investment. Show the naysayers these facts.

    The post Four Things I Don’t Understand About Major Gift Naysayers appeared first on Veritus Group.

    Source: Passionate Giving Blog
  • The conundrum of corporate gifts
    By Marc A. Pitman - Thursday May 25, 2017

    Last week, I was able to listen to a terrific discussion from business leaders about how their organizations make corporate gifts to charities. It's always good to hear the thought process of donors. But it sometimes raises more questions than it settles. Seeking corporate gifts? Don't be "that" guy At one point in the conversation,

    The post The conundrum of corporate gifts appeared first on FundraisingCoach.com.

    Source: The Fundraising Coach
  • Conflicting Agendas Kill Major Gift Programs
    By Richard Perry - Monday Jun 12, 2017

    It is always amazing to me how smart, responsible adults can kill or at least smother a very good thing. I’m talking about the case at a southern university, which has 15 colleges and one major gift officer assigned to each college...

    The post Conflicting Agendas Kill Major Gift Programs appeared first on NonProfit PRO.

    Source: Tactical Leadership Strategy for the Modern NonProfit
  • You’re NOT Going to be Successful Overnight
    By Richard Perry and Jeff Schreifels - Friday Jun 9, 2017

    Don’t take shortcuts. If you get good support to do major gifts work right, you can experience amazing success… it just doesn’t happen overnight.

    The post You’re NOT Going to be Successful Overnight appeared first on Veritus Group.

    Source: Passionate Giving Blog
  • The conundrum of corporate gifts
    By Marc A. Pitman - Thursday May 25, 2017

    Last week, I was able to listen to a terrific discussion from business leaders about how their organizations make corporate gifts to charities. It's always good to hear the thought process of donors. But it sometimes raises more questions than it settles. Seeking corporate gifts? Don't be "that" guy At one point in the conversation,

    The post The conundrum of corporate gifts appeared first on FundraisingCoach.com.

    Source: The Fundraising Coach
  • Identify Your Major Donors Today
    By Dan Shephard - Thursday Apr 27, 2017

    It’s no secret that major gifts impact the bottom line for small and emerging nonprofits. Even though major donors might make up a small segment of a nonprofit’s donor base, they account for a large percent of the total of gifts that come through the door. How do you define “major donor” or “major gift”?

    The post Identify Your Major Donors Today appeared first on Network for Good.

    Source: Nonprofit Fundraising Blog