Nonprofit leaders must plan and strategize. They must sustain momentum while exploring new ways of delivering their mission and increasing their impact. Hear perspectives from our recent leadership webinar.
Fundraising gives a person a chance to impact the world in ways they wouldn’t have ever imagined. Join us for a conversation with Liz Marafino Fiola, AFP’s most recent M. Jane Williams Award winner and see how her dreams are changing the world.
One thing has become clear during these trying times…donors want to help. Planned gifts most often come from loyal donors—not necessarily big donors. That means your most important task is to pay attention to donors in a way that inspires and justifies their loyalty.
In a recent discussion with S&W President Scott Schultz, CEO’s of four major Philadelphia nonprofits reflected on the nature of leadership in the world today. They shared that their most important responsibility may be to empower other leaders throughout the organization.
Fundraising has faced ever-changing challenges as we’ve worked to inspire donor support and discern a path to recovery. In order to move forward, we need to seize the opportunities that this challenging time—like all challenging times—presents us with.