Capital Campaigns

Retaining the Pandemic’s Captive Audience May Be the Key to 2021's Year-End Giving Strategy
August 19, 2021 at 9:00 am

For New York City-based Smile Train, the largest cleft organization in the world, its year-end efforts last year presented challenges, yet valuable lessons learned that it will utilize as it moves forward. The COVID-19 pandemic halted its work around the world, but it soon found its voice, urging supporters that its work is still needed. Now, capitalizing on last year’s fundraising success is vital...

What Is the Biggest Year-End Fundraising Mistake a Nonprofit Can Make?
August 9, 2021 at 12:10 pm

NonProfit PRO asked two of its board members for their best advice on year-end giving. Here's how to avoid the biggest year-end fundraising mistakes from Paul D'Alessandro, founder of D'Alessandro Inc., and Tammy Zonker, founder of Fundraising Transformed...

Capital Campaigns in the Perfect Storm
April 24, 2020 at 12:23 pm

Capital campaigns are currently in a perfect storm. Like the weather, the elements that are affecting us will eventually go away.

How Do You Cultivate Donors with Newfound or Hidden Wealth?
February 10, 2020 at 11:55 am

The more attention you pay to other people, the more you notice about what they do and why they do it — the better your life is likely to be. In fundraising, that kind of careful attention and interest in what your donors love may well lead to some large, unexpected gifts.