Critical Parameters For Your Nonprofit Success As you strategize and think through what 2023 will look like for your nonprofit organization, I encourage you to avoid making these four common mistakes. You can think of them are New Years Resolutions or just good advice from a fundraising consultant who’s been helping nonprofits succeed for nearlyRead More Four Do’s and Don’ts for Nonprofit Success In 2023
Colleges and universities strive to identify that donor who will be so passionate about the mission that he or she is inspired to provide a transformative gift. Some universities refer to these benevolent individuals as unicorn donors, an apt name, as they may be as rare as, or perhaps as elusive as the mythicalRead More A Transformative Gift to Name the College of Textiles at NC State
Author, CEO and Founder of MarketSmart Greg Warner joins Alexander Haas President and CEO David King to share tips for fostering donor relationships by giving them what they really want. He says, “If you work through the process correctly, you don’t even have to ask donors for a gift.” Catch a new episode ofRead More What Donors Really Want featuring Greg Warner
Penelope Burk’s second edition of Donor-Centered Fundraising was released this fall, coincidentally, the same year that Crazy Rich Asians, a movie based on the book by Kevin Kwan, hit the big screen. Burk quotes from Plutocrats: The Rise of the New Global Super-Rich and the Fall of Everyone Else by Chrystia Freeland that in 1975, theRead More What Do Donors Want?
How do you effectively communicate the need for funding in a way that motivates donors to contribute?
One of the most natural methods, and the one that often yields the best return, involves tapping into patients who have received services from your hospital and are pleased with the care.
What influences donors to come back year after year to your organization? Let’s take a look at the top three reasons donors cite for giving in the “2017 U.S. Trust Insights on Wealth and Worth”, and how you can use this knowledge to keep your donors loyal to your organization.
By Nancy Peterman, Partner In the world of development much has been written about how many attempts one must make to land a meeting with a donor before throwing in the towel. Some organizations have specified protocol such as the following: If there is no answer leave voice mail on the first attempt; Call threeRead More A Non-Response Isn’t A Rejection
By: David Shufflebarger MINDING MILLENIALS I have the impression that a lot of folks over 35 are dismissive of millennials, putting them out of their mind because of some preconceived notions such as ‘entitled, unreliable, or glued to their screens.’ Thus I was struck by this confluence of headlines over a couple of weeks inRead More Minding Millenials
By: Nancy E. Peterman, Partner Tax day has come and gone this year. Normally, April 15 is the deadline for filing a tax return with the IRS. However, this year, due to the Washington D.C. Emancipation Day holiday being observed on April 15 instead of April 16, 2016, tax day was moved to April 18. Read More Motivations For Giving
By: Elizabeth Smith, Project Coordinator One of my favorite movies is How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days; it is a classic rom-com that is perfect for rainy days and a glass of wine. In the movie, Andi (played by Kate Hudson) attempts every dating faux pas in the book to get her beauRead More How to Lose a Donor in 10 Days