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It’s National Public Health week! I put together a list of all the events happening in SoCal this week – from events at UCLA to hikes through Echo Park. Feel free to add more in the comments! GOING GREEN, GREEN
Usually, January is a fundraising dead-zone. We’ve spent all our energy on our December campaigns, we’re playing catch-up on email, and our donor lists are exhausted from repeated appeals, asks, and “Last chance to make that year-end gift” messaging. But
Today Dick McPherson and I announced a new workshop at UCLA Extension called “What Donors Want Now: Using Technology to Attract and Retain Donors.” You can find out more here, but I wanted to reflect a little on what we
I like to think of the Board as “Chief Invitation Officers,” a group of dedicated, on target networking machines that are the first point of contact for new donors. Admittedly, I stole this idea from a client whose Board came up
One sure fire way to raise money is to find out more information about your donors. Really. Knowing more about your donors almost always results in higher engagement with them and larger and more frequent donations. One of my clients
I’m like a broken record on this point, “raising more from your donors means engaging your donors more.” But what does donor engagement mean? A lot of times people assume this means events, phone calls, and volunteering. Sometimes it does.