In this webinar, our speaker, Jennifer Filla, goes beyond the technical aspects of donor advised funds. She examines the backlash against the use of DAFs, how this has been an object of focus during the current economic turmoil, and what
Understanding your constituents’ capacity and likelihood to give has never been more important. Fundraising teams are spread thin, relying on shrinking pools of prospects to carry campaigns over the finish line. However, with the right prospect information and analytics tools,
We all know the donor pyramid. At the top are our major donors, managed by gift officers and at the bottom are supporters and unrated donors who are typically managed through mass appeals. To increase revenue from your pyramid, there
Fundraising metrics are a popular topic. From online forums to conferences to white papers to blog posts, there is no shortage of discussion. Our goal is to organize that data into one, comprehensive picture. This session does not aim to discover
In this webinar, we will look into how nonprofit organizations approached corporate support pre-COVID-19, how COVID-19 has changed corporate partnerships, and how to adapt your programming and strategies to maintain relationships in a post-pandemic world.
Planned Giving is not an easy discipline. First, very few have spent the time to analyze what makes a good planned giving prospect. Second, a planned giving officer’s success is directly correlated to the cumulative quality of a relationship that’s
A finely tuned grateful patient program can be a boon to fundraising revenue for hospitals and health care institutions. But, as the data tells us, the window is limited to successfully engage and inspire giving from grateful patients. By establishing
On sheer volume alone, the largest opportunities to grow giving live deeper in the donor pyramid than most organizations want to go — in unassigned, often unrated prospects. What holds them back? Efficiency. In order to qualify these prospects, frontline
In the past few months, the way we live and work has faced dramatic changes, and accepting and adapting those changes is the key to moving forward. What is your organization doing to adapt during COVID-19 to ensure progress and
To be on the leading edge of fundraising in 2020, especially in today’s changing world, means having the ability to access the highest quality and most complete data and leveraging a technology ecosystem to streamline and optimize the fundraising process.