For professionals, it should be preparation over a career.
F. Duke Haddad
Fundraising is hard, so try to make success easier to attain.
The annual fund, as we historically have known it, has evolved. Understand it for what it is, and be prepared to change your processes.
What does moves management mean to you? It should mean relationships and processes.
The annual giving campaign is the backbone of nonprofit fundraising. It needs to focus on donor acquisition and retention.
Capital campaigns are hard. Internal elements of the capital campaign puzzle are usually secure, but complex external pieces are not.
When I think of P’s beyond the traditional marketing concepts, I think of the process of asking for a gift.
Nonprofit board members have a key role to play in today’s crisis. Step up to serve and seek to help in any way possible.
With 1.5 billion credit cards and 67% of individuals having a credit card, I suggest reviewing the possibility of using credit cards.
Volunteers and donations are greatly needed across the country at this time.
Jimmy Buffett has a net worth of at least $550 million, which makes him one of the world’s richest musicians.
In 2020, you need to be ready for the ever-changing philanthropic landscape challenge for the balance of the year.
There is a great deal to think about in your new situation. My suggestion is to be proactive and not reactive.
Your nonprofit’s orientation and onboarding program should be continual for all employees.
In the last three months, I have talked to several colleagues experiencing a capital campaign pause.