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Books and resources for fundraising professionals and nonprofit executives
A collection of tested and trusted audio, video, lighting, and technology accessories for nonprofit professionals to host distraction-free virtual meetings.
How do we capture this in titles for fundraisers? Fundraising is a necessary part of philanthropy, but it should not define philanthropy.
Celebrate the achievements of your fundraising peers. What better excuse to do so but to raise a glass and recognize others with the fundraisers' toast.
The titles we give fundraising professionals should bring connotations of trust, confidentiality, expertise, and ethics. What is your title?
These resume tips for fundraisers are more than a how-to turn your work history into a fancy list of professional list of "humblebrags" Here are resume tips for fundraising professionals.
Solutions to fundraising ethics are rarely a clear choice between right and wrong. More often, they are some shade between the two. Here are nine steps to help guide the way.
The future of fundraising includes strategic stewardship taking the same time and effort in cultivating a donors passion to make a difference.
Organizations and individuals that assume the mantle of ethical fundraising will lead the sector. Relationships and trust are as critical to a donors first gift as they are to lifelong philanthropy.
Explore effective ways professionals can engage in mentoring as part of their personal fundraising toolkit.
You know the adage "don't burn your bridges." As you leave positions for new career opportunities, remember that burning bridges are sometimes very good.
Consider these five ways fundraising is like baseball as we explore the "great American pastime" as a metaphor to understanding the fundraising profession.
Consider these seating strategies to more fully participate in conversation, thus keeping you in the game. Or use this to help enhance donor experiences.
There are problems with GivingTuesday. But don't let that stop you from building a thoughtful #GivingTuesday strategy.
A book review of Donor-Centered Planned Gift Marketing, by Michael Rosen. This book bushes off the complexity of planned giving and challenges stereotypes.
A book review of Nonprofit Development Companion, by Brydon DeWitt. This book clearly delineates the differences between "development" and "fundraising."
When interviewing board members for service, ask what they have read or are reading related to board leadership, governance, fundraising, or volunteerism.
A book review of Executive's Guide to Fundraising Operations, by Christopher Cannon, CFRE. This book is not exclusively for executives.
A book review of Breakthrough Nonprofit Branding, by Jocelyne Daw and Carol Cone. This book is valuable, but not for obvious reasons.
Organizational leadership sets the tone for the culture. Things that shape organizational culture for nonprofits; meetings, communication, and cornerstones.
Collection of professional associations and select providers of research, technology, and tools to aid nonprofit leaders across several disciplines.
Whether positive or negative, the experiences of others can help provide a learning opportunity for our own work. Here we learn how to turn "small shop" scarcity mindset into an amazing opportunity.
Listing of scheduled presentations and trainings, both virtual and in-person.
Ethical lapses don't have to happen. It's helpful to be talking about general ethical issues to help your fundraising staff how to respond should something crop up.
Discover the top walk-up songs for fundraisers, curated on Spotify and Apple Music playlists. Whether you're hitting the conference room or the pitch, let these tunes be your soundtrack to success.
Time required to raise gifts varies depending on how the item relates to the mission, strategic plan, development plan, budget, board oversight, and donor linkage, ability and interest. So, not fast.