Individual donors typically account for more than three-quarters of charitable giving each year, and nonprofits rely on them for consistent and unrestricted support. Yet researching individual philanthropists can be difficult because, unlike foundations, they are not required to publicly disclose their financial and charitable activities.
Do you want to know:
- What crucial data should you have on your donors?
- What are good time-saving techniques and research tools?
- How do you "keep tabs" on donors and prospects?
...then join our free, one-hour live chat with veteran prospect researchers Tony Martignetti and Maria Semple on March 21, 230pm ET.
We'll devote most of the hour to your questions. Want to make sure your question gets asked? Send it to us in advance!
(Also, don't miss our live chat next Tuesday, Feb. 26, 12pm ET, about how international charities can get U.S. foundation support for their work, featuring experts from Council on Foundations and NGOSource.)