The New Roadmap for Nonprofit Finance in 2018

The NonProfit Times

With so many unique pain points and challenges, nonprofit finance is never easy. Our recent survey of nonprofit finance leaders revealed that their teams are struggling with competing priorities, constrained resources, inefficient technology tools, and ever-changing reporting and compliance requirements. What’s your strategy for transforming your organization’s performance? In other words: What’s your roadmap for nonprofit finance?
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In the course of running three university campaigns, and in guiding dozens more as a consultant, I have seen virtually every college or university fall short of its full fundraising potential because of one significant, persistent, and largely unrecognized barrier: competing assumptions held by various institutional leaders about the keys to success and, therefore, the strategies and tactics that are most likely to produce it.

OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

10 TECH TOOLS & SKILLS FUNDRAISERS CAN’T SUCCEED WITHOUT IN 2018

Wild Apricot

If you want to learn how some of the best fundraisers are able to hit higher and higher fundraising targets, I encourage you to join our free webinar on December 19 with Joe Waters. Joe is a sought-after speaker, writer and fundraising consultant who will show you how to make 2018 a banner year for your organization.
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How To Design + Grow A Successful Monthly Giving Campaign

CauseVox

According to the 2018 M+R Benchmark Report, revenue from monthly giving grew over 40% and participation levels are nearly 45% across millennials, boomers, and gen-Xers. Additionally, monthly donor retention rates average over 80%. Monthly giving campaigns are tough to get right and notoriously difficult to grow well.
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How to Generate Impact and Revenue Through Your Nonprofit Brand

This session is your step 1-2-3 guide on how to align your brand and your mission for maximum fundraising and donor stewardship impact. Differentiating oneself is more important than ever before. In a noisy and vast sea of email campaigns, direct mail appeals and social media overload, getting the attention of donors can feel quite challenging and exhausting. Once you have their attention, how do you keep it and create engagement opportunities that steward donor relationships and move your mission forward. It might just be time for an intervention, a good look at your brand and a plan to cut through the noise. Branding is a critical component to fundraising sustainability, and it is a practice that is either often overlooked or confused with marketing. Yet, a strong brand is critical to financial health, building meaningful and long-lasting donor relationships, and hosting successful events at your organization. In this thought-provoking and step-by-step presentation, Taylor Shanklin will guide you through a branding journey.
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Win Back Your Lapsed Donors

Kari Trent Stageberg, MBA and Jackie Smith will equip you with easy, practical, and actionable steps to help you win back your lapsed donors, including learning how to identify, qualify, and communicate with them.
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Spotlight

In the course of running three university campaigns, and in guiding dozens more as a consultant, I have seen virtually every college or university fall short of its full fundraising potential because of one significant, persistent, and largely unrecognized barrier: competing assumptions held by various institutional leaders about the keys to success and, therefore, the strategies and tactics that are most likely to produce it.

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