Logo.png
Ë

    There is no secret number of touchpoints it takes or the amount of time given to each prospect because each nonprofit is different and has different standards for what the ideal donor looks like. This leaves lots of room for human error and guessing.

    Read More

    In this series, we take a look at the current news impacting the nonprofit sector, specifically fundraising. Our intention is not to be reactive, but to be proactive in our analysis of the news and consider how fundraising and philanthropic efforts can improve outcomes and adapt to meet the times.

    Read More

    Do fundraisers have the time to do the outreach, communication, qualification, cultivation, and all the necessary touchpoints with planned giving prospects as well as managing the existing donors they already have in the pipeline?

    Read More

    One way to inspire giving and thank donors is with rich and engaging content. At some point, this conclusion leads to the question, “Can we create a video?”

    Read More

    Fundraisers are left without knowing if a prospect has even opened their email, never mind simply forgotten to respond. Without feedback, fundraisers are left in the dark with how donors and prospects are engaging with or considering their outreach.

    Read More

    In this series, we take a look at the current news impacting the nonprofit sector, specifically fundraising. Our intention is not to be reactive, but to be proactive in our analysis of the news and consider how fundraising and philanthropic efforts can improve outcomes and adapt to meet the times.

    Read More

    Personally appealing to a constantly growing pool of potential donors, and doing it in a limited timeframe, makes Grateful Patient outreach a challenge.

    Read More

    With Gravyty and AI, Virginia Tech will set new standards for annual giving.

    Read More

    Who should you cultivate for a planned gift and when should you start the process? Throw away your assumptions.

    Read More

    We know that an incredible amount of knowledge is lost when fundraisers transfer in and out of portfolios, and organizations lose the very insights that inspire giving. We also know that fundraisers were born to build relationships, not enter data into a CRM.

    Read More

    Posts by Topic

    see all