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This webconference will present best-practice strategies on developing a donor strategy at scale in order to meet donor demands without excessive customization. This is part of the Maximizing Fundraiser Efficiency series.
To build principal gift programs, best practice institutions identified two ways to reimagine their development office staffing in our white paper.
Big, bold principal gift proposals that address societal or global issues are critical to attracting donors in an increasingly competitive philanthropic landscape. Read this Roadmap for steps to source big ideas, communicate the impact of principal gifts, and scale principal gift operations on campus.
Increase donors and dollars with the latest innovations in philanthropy and fundraising.
Watch this 45-minute video to learn how you can create proposals that exceed the expectations of your top donors with faculty narratives, impactful metrics, and concise collateral.
Watch the on-demand webinar on our YouTube channel. About the Webconference Today’s donor investors make philanthropic decisions based on compelling ideas, transformative impact, and credible connections to the institution doing the work. Yet, surfacing the most compelling big ideas can only come through successful collaboration with academic leaders across campus. Using a transparent process to […]
About the Webconference As today’s donor investors are increasingly interested in big ideas with global impact, they consistently want to engage with the people who have the big ideas: faculty and academic leaders. However, faculty members are reluctant to engage with advancement and are often ill-prepared to describe projects to a donor audience. By clarifying […]
This white paper explores strategies for deepening current engagements and expanding new partners through corporate and foundation relations.
Despite growth in the top income brackets and a surplus of “Big Data” fundraising solutions, many advancement shops find that they’re not bringing in as many major gifts as they could be. This study aims to help advancement leaders build sustainable major gift pipelines by re-orienting their focus on three groups of overlooked prospects.
This webconference presents an analysis and key insights from the Philanthropy Leadership Council’s 2011 survey of major gift officers, focusing on recruitment and retention of these development officers.