Volunteers are a vital asset for nonprofits. They are so dedicated to your organization’s mission, they are willing to commit their time and talents to helping your nonprofit succeed. It is your organization’s duty to provide a great experience for them. In this video blog, Necie Elizabeth Pable shares her tips to create a lasting […]
“Success is 20% skills and 80% strategy. You might know how to succeed, but more importantly, what’s your plan to succeed?” Jim Rohn The success of your fundraising depends on your strategy. A good strategy can only be developed after conducting the research. Invest in the right practices in order for your fundraising to flourish.
One of the most important relationships a nonprofit CEO has is with the board. Developing a strong relationship between board and CEO is successfully built upon certain procedures and practices. Use these five tips to strengthen your nonprofit.
From receiving gifts to student recruitment, educational institutions need a strong alumni relations program to be successful. With a decades long career in alumni and advancement in higher education, Joan Bahner shares how you can grow and sustain your alumni engagement.
Growing up in northern Indiana, Senior Consultant David Snow knows about silos. While silos are an effective tool for farming, silos within a nonprofit organization result in lost opportunity. In this video blog, David shares how your nonprofit can break down the silos.
Presentations, whether before an individual or a group, require thought and preparation. You must know your audience, your setting and your story. In this video blog, senior consultant Harry Chapman provides four tips to make sure your presentation delivers.
Senior consultant Kathy Gaston shares personal experience about how taking the time to conduct a feasibility study can lead to greater campaign success. Most organizations suppose they know their constituent’s desires and capacity. Professional outside counsel, however, can assess perception, availability of campaign leaders and gift ranges in a way an internal development team cannot. […]
In this video blog, Jeff recounts a time he noticed a speaker going off script and his success in doingso. Jeff has found that while it’s important to be prepared, going off script and relating to youraudience by speaking from the heart allows you to make the necessary connection with your donors.
“Conversation with a Philanthropist” features Cal Turner, Jr., chairman of the Cal Turner Family Foundation (former president and chairman of Dollar General) and Jeff Jowdy, president of Lighthouse Counsel. In this inspiring interview, Cal Turner, Jr. shares insight on his philanthropic endeavors. He also discusses his experience through Dollar General and recounts a time when […]