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AI & The Art of Fundraising

By gravyty • July 10, 2019

In an article published by the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges (AGB), Jeffery E. Kinard, chair of the College of Charleston Foundation Board of Directors, explains why the prestigious institution introduced artificial intelligence (AI) and Gravyty as a strategic component of fundraising operations.

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Gravyty and our great partners at iWave are featured in a report from Aspire Research. Check out what Aspire has to say about AI-enabled fundraising!

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In his recent NonProfit Pro article, Wayne Elsey brought Gravyty to the top of his list of "Artificial Intelligence Tools Your Nonprofit Must Explore–Now."

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How does Gravyty and AI uplevel the role of the researcher and improve the relationship with frontline fundraisers? Listen to the Prospect Research Institute's #ChatBytes Podcast to find out!

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Along with some of our great friends and customers, including Cure Alzheimers and The College of Charleston, Gravyty was recently featured in Nicole Wallace's cover story for The Chronicle of Philanthropy, entitled "A.I. is Ready for Fundraising. Are Fundraisers Ready for A.I.?"

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Don't miss the story behind AI for Advancement and Gravyty, told straight from CEO Adam Martel on AI at Work. Tune in for the inside scoop, along with his AI tips and predictions.

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Gravyty Featured in Inc.

By Kevin Leahy • December 22, 2018

Gravyty, and our CEO, Adam Martel, are featured in Inc., the publication famous for covering America's most extraordinary people and the world's most dynamic businesses.

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How do you balance the busy life of a CEO with being the dad of four? Dadpreneur recently highlighted Gravyty co-founder and CEO, Adam Martel as its 'Featured Dadpreneur'

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Gravyty's newest offering, Gravyty Stewardship was recently featured in the monthly newsletter, Successful Fundraising.

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MIT just committed $1 billion to create a new college, focused on teaching and researching artificial intelligence (AI). The news comes as validation that AI is not simply a new shiny toy for technologists, but truly the driver of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

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