I recently attended the National Philanthropy Day luncheon hosted by AFP Washington. In an acceptance speech on behalf of her company, an awardee said one of their core values is […]
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Whether you’re an assistant, project manager, or chief executive officer, meeting preparation is vital to the success of your organization.
I use Google every day and have a degree in library and information science, and yet I was blown away by how tweaking my search techniques started returning much better search results and transformed the way I was able to work.
In the fundraising profession, a typical week involves interacting with all types of volunteers, including board members, development committee members, interns, or other individuals who have generously contributed their time to help us achieve our goals and further our missions.
We are excited to announce that Collins Group is becoming a division of Campbell & Company, a national fundraising consulting and executive search firm.
When marketing and development work in tandem, the benefits are beyond effectiveness.
It is not a coincidence that ‘cultivate’ is used in fundraising – if you tend to your donors like you tend to your garden, you will reap the benefits.
In the fundraising world, nothing gets us grumbling quite like the thought of planning a special event (especially on the eve of the fall event season).
So the real question we should be asking our volunteers is: how can they help us to actively engage members of the community in the mission of your nonprofit? How has your mission caused them to reach that aspirational place of wanting to reach out to others, and are they open to sharing their story with others?
In the spirit of reflection, here are three universal fundraising truths, reinforced by my recent work with diverse clients.