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Category Archives: Philanthropy Trends

The Beauty of the Consent Agenda

An excerpt from the forthcoming book “TRUISMS for Trustees,” by T. Christian Rollins, MBA, CFRE, Chief Development Officer at Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice in Marlton, NJ, and author of TRUISMS of Fundraising.   Many organizations use the consent agenda to improve the efficiency and productivity of their board meetings, enabling them to focus on their primary […]

Moves Management: Unlock the Power of Your Database

Moves Management:  a process by which a prospective donor is moved from cultivation to solicitation. Are you effectively reviewing and managing your prospective donors?  Effective data management allows you to make informed decisions about prioritization of prospects, time and resource allocation and cultivation.  Review of your data and management program can allow you to: Establish […]

The Intergenerational Transfer of Wealth

Last year’s stock market surge has served as the catalyst for the intergenerational transfer of wealth that experts have been touting for years as is “ the next big thing” in fundraising. Indications are that charities will be receiving a glut of large gifts In 2014 and beyond as the aging baby boomers continue to […]

Give Your Patients a Way to Say Thank You

by Joni King, Senior Vice President, Pride Philanthropy grate·ful – adjective – a feeling or showing an appreciation of kindness; obliged, obligated, in someone’s debt Healthcare organizations strive to provide quality and compassionate care – patients and families often express their gratitude for this excellent care in a variety of ways:  through kind words, smiles, […]

Physician Giving – Part One

By Roger Longenderfer, M.D., Retired CEO of Pinnacle Health System and Executive Board Member, Pride Philanthropy I’m often asked to discuss ways to get physicians to participate in fundraising activities at their organization.  My answer usually starts with a story about how healthcare and the hospital environment has changed during my career to illustrate a […]

Recap: What Nonprofits Should Start Doing Now

The Chronicle of Philanthropy’s January issue includes an Outlook 2014, a compilation of helpful tips including “What Nonprofits Should Start Doing Now: Advice From Experts”: Keep an Eye on the Numbers – To improve performance, select key pieces of data from each department and review them regularly at staff meetings. Amy Sample Ward, chief executive […]

A Winning Team – Working with Volunteer Leadership

by Joni King, Senior Vice President, Pride Philanthropy “The greatest leader is not necessarily the one who does the greatest things.  He is the one that gets the people to do the greatest things.”  – Ronald Regan Sound familiar? Does this describe volunteer leaders who are involved with your organization? All across the country and […]

Profiling Your Prospects

By Trish Williams, Client Resource Specialist, Pride Philanthropy Having good information on your prospects is invaluable before approaching them for donations – the majority of donations in the United States still come from individuals, and being able to combine financial ability and a personal passion can be the key to forming a long-lasting philanthropic relationship […]

Seven Paths to a Successful Board/Staff Retreat

We all know that extended meetings are hard to schedule and coordinate. Regardless of the challenge, the fact remains that there are occasions that demand more time than a typical 60-minute meeting as we deal with issues of planning, goal setting, and problem solving. Following are seven ways to ensure a successful retreat meeting with […]

Always Looking for the Magic Key in Fundraising – Is It Storytelling?

We are always looking for that one area of focus in our fundraising work that is going to be the most effective and compelling in generating charitable support for our organization. There has been an increasing amount of information recently about the power of storytelling and how its persuasive nature can create a persuasive motivation […]

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