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Smaller nonprofits are often plagued by the issue of 'rated-but-unassigned' donor prospects, i.e. donor prospects whose giving data suggests they have potential to become the next large gift donors. Here's how Artificial Intelligence can help.

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Since 2004, Towson University has erupted in size and enrollment. With as many living alumni who graduated before 2004 as after, Towson’s alumni base is predominantly in their 20’s and 30’s. This case study looks at how fundraiser enablement tools, powered by AI, allowed Towson to drive alumni engagement and build the major gift pipeline.

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Is personalized relationship-building and outreach still achievable? Many organizations are finding the answer to be a resounding 'yes' with the aid of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning. Here are the top 5 ways AI and Machine Learning are already changing how nonprofits fundraise.

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What could you accomplish if a culture of philanthropy was expanded throughout your organization? Here's why engaging faculty, staff, and more is increasingly important for fundraising.

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Grateful Patient programs are excellent tools for discovering new donors and supporters for health care organizations. However, personalizing meaningful outreach to a constantly growing pool of potential grateful patients can make fundraiser outreach a challenge.

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Check out our new video of Jeff Kinard and Chris Tobin of The College of Charleston, alongside Gravyty CEO Adam Martel at AGB Foundation Leadership Forum 2020 in a session titled “Can Your Foundation Use More (Artificial) Intelligence?”

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In the age of Artificial Intelligence (AI), fundraising organizations have a new path to expand the workforce and begin seeing the returns of increased efficiency, faster than previously thought possible.

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Everyone knows exactly what an email blast looks like, whether it’s from your alma mater asking for a contribution to their fundraising campaign, or the local pet shelter looking for extra funding. Donors today expect more from nonprofits. They want to see an appeal that’s relevant to their individual interests.

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Most job postings tend to look roughly the same: the ideal candidate should have these skills, this amount of experience, and these qualifications. But what sets candidates apart in the philanthropic sector isn’t listed on a resume or LinkedIn. It’s their emotional intelligence.

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The AAAC Welcomes New Cohort

By Kevin Leahy • February 24, 2020

Please join Gravyty and the AAAC in welcoming its second cohort, a group of diverse leaders across advancement aimed at evolving fundraising through artificial intelligence (AI).

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