Amy Eisenstein is an ACFRE certified development professional and fundraising consultant. She’s worked with nonprofits of all sizes for the last 15 years. Her specialty? Major gifts. When dealing with major gifts, it’s important to remember these four steps: 1. Have a private face-to-face meeting This is a must. You cannot discuss a major gift…
Donor communications guru, Tom Ahern knows the ins and outs of donor-centric fundraising and gave us some great tips for nonprofits.
The reason so many nonprofits keep putting off planned giving is because it seems like it’s complicated but the truth is, setting up your first planned giving effort should be smooth and painless.
Nonprofits and corporations alike have a lot to learn from the Philadelphia Eagles from the way they’re transforming philanthropy in sports.
Before starting a nonprofit, consider not only what you are doing, but why you’re doing it. Partnering with an organization can multiply capacity & impact.
Kivi Leroux Miller, Beth Kanter, Tyler Riewer and Lori Jacobwith discuss leadership, content, workplace wellness and more with Cause Camp Emcee Marc Pitman.
During day one, we got our fundraising fix, as John Rood, John Haydon, Steven Shattuck and Tom Ahern discussed everything from storytelling to donor fatigue, donor retention and getting your board on board with fundraising.
Sheena Greer and Randy Hawthorne talk about how people in the nonprofit sector have this habit of not being direct but instead speaking passive aggressively towards each other and about our mission to their publics.
The heart of content marketing for nonprofits is to tell captivating stories and add value to the reader to relay the impact of your efforts.