kkql schwartz and schwartz inc.

96 home st.
valley stream, new york 11580

NYS Entity Status
ACTIVE

NYS Filing Date
MAY 17, 2013

NYS DOS ID#
4405109

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NASSAU

Jurisdiction
NEW YORK

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NONE

NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION

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2013 - KKQL SCHWARTZ AND SCHWARTZ INC.









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  • Turn Up the Heat on Summer Outreach and Results
    By Nancy Schwartz - Friday Jun 9, 2017

    Note from the editor: Because our subscribers don’t always have the opportunity to read every post we have published on this blog (over 2,650!), we’ll be sharing some top posts to give you plenty of fundraising and marketing ideas to implement over the next few months. In this post from last June, guest blogger Nancy Schwartz

    The post Turn Up the Heat on Summer Outreach and Results appeared first on Network for Good.

    Source: Nonprofit Fundraising Blog
  • 6 Ways to Train All-Org Messengers
    By nancy@nancyschwartz.com (Nancy Schwartz) - Tuesday Jan 24, 2017

    The pressure is on to connect and mobilize your people as the world in which we work grows increasingly complex, crowded, and uncertain. Why not recruit folks already connected with your organization to help as marketing and fundraising ambassadors? Your colleagues, board members, volunteers, and loyal donors have tremendous potential to strengthen relationships, drive participation, and […]

    Source: Nonprofit Marketing
  • State of the Art: Uber’s Lesson: Silicon Valley’s Start-Up Machine Needs Fixing
    By FARHAD MANJOO - Wednesday Jun 21, 2017

    Travis Kalanick, who stepped down as Uber’s C.E.O., had many enablers who turned a blind eye to the company’s faults because it was growing quickly.

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  • Fertile Follow Up: To whom and when?
    By nancy@nancyschwartz.com (Nancy Schwartz) - Thursday Jun 8, 2017

    Follow up. It’s vital but so tough to do right. Either we don’t know what to say, fear “bugging” the very folks we want something from, or both. So we don’t follow up enough or well, which undermines engagement and results—no matter how compelling our campaigns may be! Follow up shows we care It also signals […]

    Source: Nonprofit Marketing
  • 7 Steps to Passionate Volunteer Messengers
    By nancy@nancyschwartz.com (Nancy Schwartz) - Thursday Jun 1, 2017

    You face an uphill battle to recruit volunteers and retain them at ever higher and more effective levels of engagement. For those of you with small or all-volunteer organizations, there’s absolutely nothing more important. And, as time and budgets get tighter, and reliance on volunteers increases, it’s harder than ever. There’s a proven yet seldom-used method […]

    Source: Nonprofit Marketing
  • Bring Yourself to Work? James Porter Does
    By nancy@nancyschwartz.com (Nancy Schwartz) - Wednesday May 24, 2017

    Do you bring yourself—with your passions, personal history, and personality—to work, or do you check “the real you” at the front door? Here’s hoping you bring “all of you” to work. It’s the only way to feel fully at ease in your job, to nurture the relationships you need for success and satisfaction (for you and […]

    Source: Nonprofit Marketing
  • 3 Ways to Stay Safe from Cyber Attack
    By nancy@nancyschwartz.com (Nancy Schwartz) - Monday May 15, 2017

    Yes, this has to matter to you. Maybe you dodged the bullet of the most recent global cyber attack.  But the next one or the ones after that could wreck your communications impact and a lot more. If or when your organization gets hacked, it’ll bring all activity—including communications and fundraising—to an absolute standstill. Even worse, it will require an […]

    Source: Nonprofit Marketing
  • 4 Doable Ways to Get Closer & Boost Action
    By nancy@nancyschwartz.com (Nancy Schwartz) - Wednesday Apr 19, 2017

    There’s a proven way for your organization to start and strengthen vital relationships with the people whose support, loyalty, and actions you want—donors, volunteers, and even staff (too often overlooked here). This approach is easy to learn and execute. And it’s something you do on a personal level all the time: Getting to know and […]

    Source: Nonprofit Marketing