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In our new on-demand webinar, Gravyty’s own Kenna Wood, Customer Success Strategist, is talking about strategically segmenting portfolios, but with a twist. She is talking about doing this in a way that leads directly to action for frontline fundraisers by leveraging technology to make the process more efficient.

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Food banks have been receiving record donations, both in supplies and monetary gifts. This influx has proven fruitful in the short term for these organizations. But, many leaders are concerned about the sustainability of this philanthropic momentum.

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Despite potentially having less staff to fundraise, development offices are still operating and expected to contribute to overall revenue. Now, more than ever, fundraising shops are expected to do more with less.

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Many higher education leaders are conscious of the short-term effects of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. But with so much uncertainty, the long term fallout of the pandemic is still yet to be seen.

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COVID-19 is proving to be the great accelerator of trends that we all knew were on the horizon. Development shops around the country are changing their approach to how they are talking to donors, and even what donors to reach out to.

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Gravyty and iWave are thrilled to partner to present a 4-part webinar series, “Actions to Outcomes: The Opportunities in Fundraising Today.”

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Recently, frontline fundraisers have been bombarded with industry data that hints at macro-trends to come. But none of this data tells fundraisers what they can do today to impact their organizations. Let's move past the data and talk about action.

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Nonprofits around the country can only speculate on how the COVID-19 pandemic, social unrest, and stock market volatility will impact philanthropy in 2020. What does the Giving USA Annual Report data mean for fundraisers?

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Although hospitals are at the front line of treating a growing number of patients amid the COVID-19 crisis, many hospital executives will be the first to tell you that this does not equate to a financial windfall. In fact, the influx of patients means many hospitals are losing money, some considering closing or filing for bankruptcy.

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Despite potentially having less staff to fundraise, development offices are still operating and expected to contribute to overall revenue. Now, more than ever, fundraising shops are expected to do more with less.

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