“How can we find new sources of funding?” is one of the questions we get from our clients quite often. Across all types of not-for-profit organizations, most development teams are constantly plagued with this challenge.
New School Year + Prepared Philanthropy Officers = New OpportunitiesAugust 15, 2017 in Acquisition, Donor Relationship Management
With the month of July behind us, it is inevitable that we start thinking about Back to School. While most students take the summer off, and many teachers try to leave their work behind for a few short months, Development Offices on campuses across the country are busy at work all summer long.
How is Your Donor Recognition Program Stacking Up?July 17, 2017 in Acquisition
In the business world it is vital to know what your competition is doing… ALWAYS. Vying for consumer dollars in a competitive marketplace mandates that corporate managers know exactly what their competitors are doing and how they stack up. If they produce a lesser product or service, it makes sense that they will lose the sale to the other guy.
Gifts of Gratitude Programs — What Works and WhyJune 22, 2017 in Acquisition, Donor Relationship Management, Fundraising
A TGC Informal Roundtable Discussion
In November, TGC hosted an informal roundtable with three nonprofit hospital clients to discuss their Gifts of Gratitude Programs. All three were in the early stages with only one running its program for close to two years. It was an interesting conversation and one worth sharing with our partners. Two important take-aways became clear: 1) it’s a long play; and 2) relationships are key.
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