This post comes from the Gravyty Fundraising Academy, a series that examines how fundraisers adapt and strategize to evolve what's possible through philanthropy.
Your guide for the Gravyty Fundraising Academy is Director of Customer Success, Lisa Alvezi. Lisa has worked with countless fundraisers across Higher Education, Health Care, and Nonprofit organizations to transform fundraising. As a former frontline fundraiser herself, her goal is to help you see better results from your fundraising efforts.
I'm sure it's occurred to many of you that this summer is unlike anything we've ever known. This summer is likely to be one of reopenings, reunions, and possibly more PTO than we've ever seen before! At the same time, you and your organization probably have some huge professional goals that you want to accomplish this summer, as well. Is it to have a summer of celebration and a summer of productivity?
First things first, I think the answer is yes -- and many of you have already used the last year to prove that you can be a 'high performer' at work and in your personal life, regardless of the challenge at hand. The question becomes how do we motivate ourselves to stay accountable to the big picture while enjoying a society that's reemerging?
It's big questions like this that keep me up at night. That's why I'm so excited to announce a new webinar, Summer Fundraising Strategy, presented by my extremely talented colleague, Kat McCarron.
In this webinar, Kat will walk you through setting a summertime strategy. She's going to unveil the exact checklist she uses with other nonprofit, educational, and healthcare organizations that empower fundraising teams to meet the moment and achieve the big hair audacious goals by committing to daily metrics.
Register to get Kat's daily metrics for hitting fundraising goals, advice on motivating gift officers through portfolio saturation reporting, and hear why Summer may be the best time to get your special campaigns off the ground -- even if they won't launch for months.
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