Find Lasting New Donors
In her last podcast episode as host and Executive Director of Nonprofit Hub, Delaney Mullennix interviews James Thorne. They explore innovative approaches to fostering connections between donors and nonprofits. Their shared mission revolves around revolutionizing fundraising by introducing nontraditional methods, with a primary focus on diversifying funding streams and fostering online donor engagement. The conversation delves into the shift from traditional annual events to exciting online campaigns and sweepstakes as creative avenues for nonprofits to raise funds. The hosts emphasize the universal challenge nonprofits face in fundraising, irrespective of their size, and stress the importance of exploring novel strategies to make the process more efficient. Ultimately, the podcast advocates for streamlining fundraising efforts, enabling organizations to allocate more time and resources toward their core mission.
James Thorne is a passionate creator dedicated to empowering individuals, families, and communities through entrepreneurial opportunities. In a career that has spanned a range of industries—from hospitality to ministry, from filmmaking to marketing and business coaching—James has managed teams, led departments, and built several businesses from the ground up. His greatest ambition is to love others like Jesus Christ and to leave behind a legacy of lives changed through financial and spiritual freedom. James is currently the Owner and Chief People Officer for Quirk, the Founder and CEO of Vehicle for Good, and the Owner of Bow Tie Media. He lives in the heart of Fort Worth with his wife and kids.
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