Real-world #PhilanthropyExperience from your peers. What kind of relationships do you encourage with your grantees? How do you form strong relationships with your grantees? What is your approach on gathering feedback from grantees? Do you offer other tools to aid your grantees if you aren't able to fund their requests?
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Finance Coffee Talk: Legacy / Planned Giving (Part 1)
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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.
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Finance Coffee Talk: 2018 Tax Code
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Guide: Maximize Your Data Collection Efforts
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