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In our latest AI Ideas column, we spoke with Erik Arnold of Tech for Social Impact at Microsoft Philanthropies. This and more from an incredible interview: 'How can a nonprofit organization use AI to improve fundraising, understand the influencers in their ecosystems, design events, or bring impact to their constituents? AI presents nonprofits with opportunities to achieve more impact, bring better stories back to constituents, and build the trust necessary to secure additional gifts and funding to further mission impact.'

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What do you know about your top prospect? Industry research finds that 66 percent of top prospects aren’t known or assigned to fundraisers. It all comes down to fundraiser capacity. This is data we need to address.

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In our latest AI Ideas column, we spoke with Erik Arnold of Tech for Social Impact at Microsoft Philanthropies. This and more from an incredible interview: "How can a nonprofit organization use AI to improve fundraising, understand the influencers in their ecosystems, design events, or bring impact to their constituents? AI presents nonprofits with opportunities to achieve more impact, bring better stories back to constituents, and build the trust necessary to secure additional gifts and funding to further mission impact."

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The most important asset that organizations have when securing a major gift is a fundraiser who develops a deep personal relationship between a change-the-world mission and a donor. But industry research finds 51% of fundraisers plan to leave their jobs by 2021. Within this alarming statistic is a clear message on how organizations can improve and spread a culture of philanthropy.

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The most important asset that organizations have when securing a major gift is a fundraiser who develops a deep personal relationship between a change-the-world mission and a donor. But industry research finds 51% of fundraisers plan to leave their jobs by 2021. Within this alarming statistic is a clear message on how organizations can improve and spread a culture of philanthropy.

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There’s ample opportunity for gift officers to engage and inspire donors to new giving levels and discover new donors. However, industry research finds that 1-in-5 gift officers focus primarily on contacting known top 100 donors. Why aren't organizations expanding beyond their top 100 donors?

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How do fundraisers manage relationships when the vast majority of meetings with new prospective donors don’t result in major gifts? This is data we need to address.

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What do you know about your top prospect? Industry research finds that 66 percent of top prospects aren’t known or assigned to fundraisers. It all comes down to fundraiser capacity. This is data we need to address.

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Personal visits are among a fundraiser’s best methods for inspiring gifts. However, according to research, 53 percent of a frontline fundraiser’s assigned prospects do not receive visits. Within this alarming statistic are missed opportunities. Let’s take a look at why this happens and what can be done about it.

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This week on the AI Ideas column, we speak with Jim Rutt, CIO / CISO at The Dana Foundation. Jim is directing technology to advance brain science at prestigious institutions around the globe.

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