In today's rapidly changing philanthropic landscape, nonprofit organizations face increasing challenges in securing sustainable funding for their missions. While traditional fundraising methods remain important, nonprofits must adapt to new strategies to stay ahead.
Historically, major gift officers solely sought donors with the capacity to make major gifts, and planned gift officers focused on prospects with the result being a planned gift. But now, blended gifts are the future of gift planning.
How to Inspire and Uplift Legacy Donations
How can you apply the knowledge and experiences you gained over the past 12 months to position your organization, leadership and team for a vibrant year ahead? Here are five strategies to amplify philanthropy for 2023.
Here are eight tips that will help you prioritize, focus, and create space to make sure you’re taken care of and end your year strong.
When nurtured successfully, relationships with donors will pay off economically in surprising ways.
For some nonprofits, starting to ask for planned gifts may seem like a big leap. After all, many fundraisers are afraid to ask for a gift in general. So, how are they going to ask a donor to give to a cause after their death?
LifeLegacy’s proprietary product platform will now be available to PlannedGiving.com’s clients through its LegacyPlanner suite.
Higher education institutions can enrich their internal ascend data with iWave’s data, to strategically prioritize the best donors.