Futures in Fundraising Podcasts

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Strategies and Tips to Maximize #GivingTuesday with Adam Cotumaccio of MDA

While #GivingTuesday is a major, nation wide giving campaign held each year the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, your donor and social media strategies should stretch beyond. In this episode of Futures in Fundraising, Muscular Dystrophy Association [...]

The Importance of Planned Giving with Lula Dawit of The Woodruff Arts Center

"The key to being a good fundraiser is being donor centric." Lula Dawit, Director of Planned Giving for The Woodruff Arts Center joins Alexander Haas President and CEO, David King to discuss the importance of [...]

Fundraising for the Arts: How to Build Community Relationships with Anthony Rodriguez of Aurora Theatre

Anthony Rodriguez is Co-Founder & Producing Artistic Director of Aurora Theatre. Among other fundraising challenges, the Theatre moved locations in 2007.

Insights for Museum Board Enhancement with Mary Wieler of the Museum Trustee Association

Mary Wieler, President of the Museum Trustee Association joins Alexander Haas President and CEO, David King to talk museum board enhancement and education. They discuss state and local laws regarding endowments, what board members need [...]

Understanding the Repeal of the 80/20 Rule with FSU’s Tom Jennings

The recently passed tax legislation disallowing 80% of tax-deductible “gifts” has raised issues when it comes to athletic seating deduction/counting. Athletic departments now require individuals to pay for the privilege of purchasing season tickets. On [...]

How to Select the Best Fundraising Counsel for Your Nonprofit with David King

Your nonprofit needs to start a fundraising campaign. Now what? Alexander Haas President and CEO, David King joins Laddering Works’ Cynthia Hayes to explain the steps for selecting fundraising counsel.

How to Foster Alumni Involvement and Manage Growth in Higher Ed Philanthropy with UNCW’s Eddie Stuart

More money can often translate into more problems. Once your organization has needed funding, the next decision is allocation.

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