Whether you already use a donor database or not, somewhere, lurking on someone’s computer is a list (or many!) of donor information.
It could be event attendees, volunteer lists, your list of donors prior to having a database, OR information your volunteer is helping track from a specific campaign.
Taking time to review your donor data can feel like a luxury, especially if you are a small fundraising team. Donor data review should not be a luxury.
Who makes the best donor – men or women? Women are more likely to give and to give more often than men in similar situations.
I recently heard a great episode of This American Life podcast themed around the challenges faced by police officers.
I recently had the honor of spending time in Los Angeles speaking at a conference with the wise and very fun Katie Delahaye Paine, author and Queen of Measurement.
Changing your board story, our topic of the month, takes time. It also takes changing staff & board leadership behaviors to shift a board culture. One of the tools I recommend. . .