Coffee Talk: COVID-19 Recovery Initiatives in Donor Management
During this Donor Engagement Coffee Talk we cover COVID-19 recovery initiatives looking at the rest of 2020. We identify strategies that are working well in our current climate, and ways to improve.
Coffee Talk: COVID-19 Concerns in Donor Management (Session 3)
In this session we discuss immediate need vs. long term recovery, balancing annual operating fundraising with critical response fundraising, changes in operations, solicitation methods, and more.
Data Governance v. Data Management
Supported sound data allows your organization to trust the information you capture. This information can then be used to increase engagement among supporters and secure additional funding.
Donor Management Coffee Talk: Legacy / Planned Giving (Part 2)
This second installment of the Legacy / Planned Giving discussion webinar focuses on the Donor Relations and Donor Engagement perspective.
Donor Management Coffee Talk: Relationship Engagement and Fundraising
Learn from your peers about what metrics they report to their board, what their best donor stewardship strategy is, and what their biggest obstacles for successful donor relations and fundraising are.
Donor Management Coffee Talk: Development and Donor Relations (Part 2)
This on-demand group discussion with your community peers discusses a variety of topics about donor relations and fundraising. Leverage your industry network to understand challenges and solutions.
Donor Management Coffee Talk: Development and Donor Relations (Part 1)
Margaret Owen Spiak discusses Development, Donor Relations, and Fundraising in Foundant Technologies' first Coffee Talk.
How to Engage the Right Person, at the Right Time, In the Right Way: A Framework
Scaling your fundraising efforts are the key to effectively managing your donor relationships AND your organizational mission activities. Strategies to help narrow your approach to fundraising can hel
Problem Solver, NOT Nuisance: Reframing the Fundraising Stigma
I have never heard anyone say, “when I grow up, I want to be a fundraiser.” For most development professionals, pursuing a career in asking for money is. . .