Wed, Mar 29, 2017 at 1pm EDT / 10am PDT
If you’re tired of waiting around for grants to be rubber-stamped or nervous that new competitors are moving in on your donors, you may be wondering how you’ll ever achieve financial sustainability.
With traditional sources threatened or uncertain, now... (continued)
Donations by wealthy Americans surge
The divide between the rich and not-so-rich in America can be seen most glaringly in the amount of money they give (and have stopped giving) to charitable causes.
The average American household is giving far less to charity than it did a... (continued)
Started 2016-11-15T17:00:00ZTuesday, November 15, 2016 at 05:00PM UTC, lasted for 14 days
How does your development program measure up to accepted standards? Is your development program growing or is it stagnant? What tools can help you assess your performance?
This 3-session online training with national expert Linda Lysakowski, ACFRE will help you look at how your fundraising efforts are really... (continued)
Wed, Jul 13, 2016 at 1pm EDT / 10am PDT
Have you tried emailing people to get them to give, with few results?
How can you get people to click donate on your website? In this webinar, you’ll learn how to get this done.
With this webinar you’ll be able to start to get donations on your nonprofit website. You’ll be able to take your donors up the ladder of... (continued)
Wed, Jun 08, 2016 at 1pm EDT / 10am PDT
There are unmistakable differences that exist between organizations that have achieved fundraising success and those that haven't. The difference that stands out the most is presence of, or lack of, a Culture of Philanthropy. This culture, like the air that we breath, is invisible, yet can be seen and... (continued)
The Big River platform was designed to bring e-commerce best practices to philanthropic giving so nonprofits can more efficiently and effectively engage donors and raise money. It empowers non-technical staff to quickly configure campaigns that communicate impact and engage donors. Its flexibility enables integration with the other tools in an organization’s... (continued)
Bower & Co. Consulting LLC is a revenue strategy firm led by Gail Bower that teaches nonprofits and associations how to become self-sufficient by developing reliable sources of earned and non-dues revenue.
Though she launched Bower & Co. in 2005, Gail has been working with nonprofits of all sizes and scope for over 30 years.
Her clients have... (continued)
Gail Bower is the founder and president of Bower & Co. Consulting LLC, a revenue strategy firm that helps nonprofits and associations become self-sufficient by developing reliable sources of earned and non-dues revenue.
Though she launched Bower & Co. in 2005, Gail has been working with nonprofits of all sizes and scope for... (continued)
New to grant writing, or are the solo grant writer in your organization? Sometimes it can help to have someone else take a look at the proposal you have written before you submit it. I have 30 years of grant writing experience, and 20 years of experience in reviewing proposals for federal agencies and private... (continued)
Wed, Aug 12, 2015 at 1pm EDT / 10am PDT
Pack your bags! We’re going on a road trip! In this fun and interactive session, Susan will lead participants on the harrowing but exciting road to creating constituencies where none exist. Whether novice or expert, all skill levels will enjoy the ride and leave knowing how to: 1) identify an organization’s ideal... (continued)
As fundraising continues to evolve from basic transactions between donors and development staff to relationship building, participation by staff and leaders throughout the organization takes on greater significance. In order to survive and thrive through the ups and downs of a fluctuating economy, it... (continued)
For nonprofits, email fundraising is a strategy in decline.
According to recent M+R Benchmark research, response rates for email fundraising have dropped by 12 percent since 2013. Response rates for email advocacy dropped by 18 percent in the same time period.
Every quarter, it becomes more and... (continued)
My passion is simply to help others. From working to eliminate poverty and hunger to helping give a voice to individuals and families affected by intellectual and developmental disabilities.
I have over a decade of experience working in the nonprofit sector, both as a volunteer and employee. I currently manage the communications for a national nonprofit, while... (continued)
Wed, Feb 25, 2015 at 1pm EDT / 10am PDT
Delegation is a common management task yet one that can be deceptively challenging in skill set, time management, and mindset requirements. When we don't delegate, though, we miss an opportunity for everyone to do their best work -- for managers to focus on their core talents and for employees to develop new skills, strengths and abilities.... (continued)
Major Gifts Matters FAQs about Offering Donors Choices: Restricted, Unrestricted, Program and Overhead Giving
Grow Your Major Gifts: Then Don't Let Them Wither on the Vine -- Learn to Make Dynamic 'Moves' and Passionate 'Asks'
Wed, Jan 07, 2015 at 1pm EDT / 10am PDT
Asking is scary. As a result, too often nonprofits spend tons of time cultivating, cultivating and cultivating. But they never get to the ask! Or, if they do, they leave money on the table. To assure that you cut to the chase requires a plan and a... (continued)
Here are 3 specific things you need to be DOING with your legacy donors to keep the wonderful relationship with your organization and maintaining them on board, happy, and feeling connected.
It's not hard. It just requires your decision to do them.
Pull together your wonderful A-team. Start enhancing your gift... (continued)
Philanthropy can seem like one of those mysterious concepts reserved for people who already know all about it. In reality, though, the idea is extremely simple and open to everyone. Olive Grove provides a step-by-step guide for understanding philanthropy and how to get started now!
For the first time in history, there are four generations involved in philanthropy: Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Gen X and Gen Y (Millenials). Although each generation is philanthropic, they have individual preferences for how they are engaged by nonprofits. This session will demonstrate how... (continued)