Blog posts tagged with Fundraising

Recap: A Day in the Life of a Major Gifts Officer

Recap: A Day in the Life of a Major Gifts Officer

March 27, 2018

On March 20, Lisa Hoffman, social sector coach and consultant, led a conversation at Foundation Center West: A Day in the Life of a Major Gifts Officer. She spoke with two major gifts officers: Shernaz Polad Boga, director of donor engagement at the ACLU Foundation of Northern California; and Leigh Illion, director of leadership gifts at the San Francisco Marin Food Bank. Boga and Illion shared their experiences and best practices for succeeding in their current work cultivating and securing major gifts for their respective organizations. A recording of the event is available here.

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Using Descriptive Analytics for Donor Engagement

November 27, 2017

Which donors should you engage with before the end of the year? Data-driven strategies can help you figure that out. Hear from Zach Shefska, Director of the Fundraising Report Card, to learn tactics for helping you focus your attention on the right donors at the right time to maximize your capacity to raise money. 

Top 5 Questions About Soliciting Grants

Top 5 Questions About Soliciting Grants

June 26, 2017

Forty-one states require registration for nonprofits that solicit contributions within their borders. That includes grants. Harbor Compliance answers the top 5 questions they get in regards to grant applications and state registration requirements.

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Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Top Tips: Perfecting The Process

March 10, 2017

There are a multitude of benefits to peer-to-peer (P2P) fundraising, from community-building to cost-cutting. In this article, we’ll show you tips to perfect your P2P campaign and reveal best practices for designing your plan so that you can maximize those benefits and exceed your fundraising goals.