Nonprofits invest a lot of time and money into building relationships with their mid-level donors, but sometimes the most effective way to strengthen those ties is also the most simple: the one-on-one visit.
As a fundraiser, you know that major donors are crucial to the success of your events. They provide the financial support that allows you to put on a high-quality event that will attract and engage potential donors. But how do you get major donors involved in your event?
Finding and cultivating relationships with major donors is an essential part of any fundraiser's job description. Following these 7 tips to find your next generation major donors.
As a new major donor fundraiser, you may be feeling both excited and unprepared. You know that building relationships with major donors is key to success in this role, but you may not know where to start. In order to set yourself up for success, it is important to first build a strong foundation. Follow
Congratulations on your new position as a major donor fundraiser! Learn 8 more tips for success.
As a fundraiser, one of your primary goals is to build trust with your donors. But what does that mean, exactly? And how can you go about doing it?
As a fundraiser, you know how important it is to secure major gifts from top donors. But what's the best way to go about doing this? Here are eight things every new major donor fundraiser should do.
Major donors want you to be effective and efficient — but most of all, they want to know you understand and value their partnership. Relationships are key for any fundraiser. Donors want to feel like they have a relationship with your nonprofit, they don’t want to feel like it’s just a transaction.
In this episode, you'll learn 19 predictions Jeremy has for fundraising and nonprofit innovation in 2019.