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Explore the fields of philanthropy, fundraising, social entrepreneurship, and more to become a better development professional or volunteer. Find ideas to benefit the institutional advancement efforts of your non-profit, charity, or organization and submit your challenges to be featured in a show. Connect with industry experts for in-depth interviews, hear important topics discussed in depth, discover the latest in innovative ideas in philanthropy, and learn from reviews of conferences, book ...
 
How I Built My Fundraising Consultancy is a bi-weekly interview podcast with fundraising consultants. Hear how individual consultants and consulting firm leaders got their start. Learn what it takes to launch your practice, the tools you’ll need, and the hardships you may face. Discover what it takes to build a fundraising consultancy. Check out How I Built My Fundraising Consultancy by MarketSmart.
 
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After two years of putting projects on hold, many nonprofits have decided its time to move forward with capital campaigns again. In today's episode, we discuss best practices to engage donors, how to make sure you're ready to launch your capital campaign, mistakes you want to avoid, and how campaigns might look different in 2022. Free 30-minute con…
 
Sustaining donors are important to every nonprofit. Their recurring donations help provide financial stability and fund ongoing programs and services. For donors, monthly giving offers convenience and the satisfaction of knowing they’re supporting their favorite nonprofits all year long. In today’s podcast episode, we talk with the American Red Cro…
 
Donor engagement -- especially with younger donors -- is getting harder as modern donor audiences demand more from the nonprofits they support. In today's episode, Josh Gryniewicz, IPM's narrative strategist, explains how this shift in donor expectations evolved and why nonprofits must change the way they use storytelling to make donors feel like a…
 
Nonprofit founders are the heroes of the nonprofit world. Yet some fail to recognize when it’s time to step aside. In today's podcast episode, our panel takes a look at the lifecycle of the nonprofit founder, how founders and their boards can best avoid "founder's syndrome," and what it takes to prepare and execute a successful leadership successio…
 
Hello NPFX listener! We want to hear from you! What topics would you like us to discuss next on the podcast? Please take just a few seconds to complete our short, anonymous, one-question poll: https://www.ipmadvancement.com/poll Thank you for listening and helping make the NPFX podcast a success. We look forward to hearing your suggestions! Additio…
 
Planned giving is a vital part of many nonprofits' fundraising programs, yet some fundraisers or nonprofit leaders are slow to solicit planned gifts. Fear of complicated gifts or uncomfortable conversations with donors can push planned giving to the back burner. In today's podcast episode, our panel explores why planned gifts are so important to no…
 
Welcome to season 3 of the Nonprofit Fundraising Exchange! In today's podcast episode, our panel discusses what nonprofits should watch out for in 2022, including how supply chain delays will impact direct mail calendars, strategies for retaining your best staff during the "Great Resignation," and opportunities to connect better with donors during …
 
Calendar Year-End can be a challenging time for fundraisers and nonprofit professionals. So we decided to do something special for our season finale as an antidote to the stress and pressure you might be feeling. We invited IPM Advancement team members and clients to call in and share their most inspirational stories and good news about how nonprof…
 
As donor-advised funds increase in popularity, so too grows the controversy surrounding them. Critics cry shadow philanthropy while proponents claim DAFs encourage greater giving, leaving many in the nonprofit sector with the question: Are donor-advised funds good for nonprofits? In today’s podcast episode, we’ll discuss the pros and cons of DAFs, …
 
Advancing a nonprofit's mission requires the cooperation and support of many individuals and groups — from the recipients of your services to lawmakers, donors, community leaders, and especially the people working within the organization itself. In today's podcast episode, we'll explore what it takes to enroll key stakeholders, overcome barriers to…
 
Outdated and inaccurate ideas that emphasize men as the primary philanthropists in the household have led many nonprofits to largely ignore women in their fundraising strategies. In today’s podcast episode, we’ll explore why women are such an important force in philanthropy today, the reasons they give, what women expect in return from the organiza…
 
Last year saw a measurable drop in philanthropic donations to nonprofit arts and culture organizations. While some are quick to blame the pandemic, others believe the bigger concern is the growing disconnect between the rising generation of donors and the arts and culture sector. In today’s podcast episode, our panel unpacks these latest findings a…
 
Most nonprofits rely on a small percentage of their donors to provide the majority of their funds. As the wealth gap in the United States grows wider, it’s very likely that the importance of these major donors will only increase in the years to come. In today’s podcast episode, we’ve assembled a panel of major gift fundraising experts to discuss wh…
 
Smart nonprofits rely on data before beginning a capital campaign or other large fundraising project. In today’s podcast episode, IPM consultants Rich Frazier, Sondra Madison, and Alan Knobloch take a close look at one of the best sources of data available to nonprofits: The Feasibility Study. Free 30-minute consultation for NPFX listeners: http://…
 
As COVID-19 restrictions are being relaxed across most of the United States, many nonprofits are attempting to define their new normal. In today's episode, Rich Frazier (IPM Advancement's Senior Consultant) is joined by IPM consultants Jana Olslund and Penny Cowden to unpack some of the most valuable lessons of the past year to help nonprofits come…
 
In a special Q&A episode, IPM Advancement's Co-founder, Managing Director & Chief Strategist, Russ Phaneuf, answers listener questions about nonprofit fundraising copywriting. Topics include how to boost response rate, how long your appeal should be and why, what to do if you have a limited direct mail budget, the most important part of a direct ma…
 
More and more, nonprofits are relying on collaboration to advance their mission — especially these days with increased pressure caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Collaboration between nonprofits can provide many advantages to the organizations involved as well as the communities they serve. In today’s podcast episode, Rich Frazier (IPM Advancemen…
 
With challenges like shrinking budgets, growing demand for their services, and fierce competition for donors, it's no wonder the 10-year failure rate for nonprofits is 30% or higher. In today's podcast episode, Jack Padovano (IPM Advancement) and Liz Feld (RADical Hope Foundation) discuss what it takes for nonprofits to succeed and create a lasting…
 
Staff retention and employee burnout is a challenge for many nonprofits, especially when it comes to their fundraising team. In today's podcast episode, we'll look at some of the most common reasons for nonprofit fundraiser burnout, and how you can prevent burnout for yourself or your staff. Free 30-minute consultation for NPFX listeners: http://ww…
 
For many nonprofits, Calendar Year-End fundraising accounts for a significant portion of their fundraising dollars for the entire year. In today’s podcast episode, we will review four of our favorite strategies to help our clients beat their annual fundraising goals and finish the year strong. Free 30-minute consultation for NPFX listeners http://w…
 
In today’s podcast episode, we host a virtual panel of nonprofit fundraising consultants to discuss whether or not now is a good time to start a consulting business, the opportunities for consultants to actually grow their businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic, and how the panel members themselves have adapted their own businesses to the changing…
 
Giving Tuesday has become one of the biggest nonprofit fundraising days of the year, making it a fundraising event no nonprofit can afford to ignore. In today’s podcast episode, we’ll discuss what nonprofits should expect from Giving Tuesday 2020, best practices for Giving Tuesday fundraising during the COVID-19 pandemic, and strategies to ensure y…
 
As donor behavior shifts more and more to episodic giving, it's crucial for a nonprofit to have an effective rapid response fundraising strategy. In today's episode, we discuss the 3 types of rapid response strategies every nonprofit should implement so you can be ready to engage donors when they suddenly care about your cause and are most inclined…
 
In our very first Q&A episode, IPM Advancement has assembled a panel of nonprofit fundraising experts to answer questions submitted by listeners like you. We cover a whole range of nonprofit fundraising topics including fundraising during COVID-19, direct mail vs. digital, increasing donor retention, virtual fundraising events, cultivating major gi…
 
As the upcoming presidential election gets closer, more and more media attention is getting consumed by politics. Many nonprofits are struggling to find ways to stand out from all that noise. In today’s episode, we’ll discuss strategies nonprofits can use during an election year to continue to advocate effectively for their causes, and even some id…
 
Having a strong advocacy strategy is crucial to a nonprofit organization’s ability to make a profound and lasting impact for the people they serve. Not only will it help you inform and influence policymakers, advocacy can even help boost fundraising. In today’s episode, we’ll cover the fundamentals of creating an effective advocacy strategy for you…
 
The challenge we face: The COVID-19 pandemic flipped many workplaces upside-down and uncertainty has become a normal part of our fundraising world. There has been no shortage of professional development suggesting how we need to continue our work during this time, but what I felt was missing were discussions about how to lead in the current climate…
 
We're asking all NPFX listeners to reach out and let us know what you want to hear on this podcast. If there’s a topic you’d like to hear us cover or you have a specific question about nonprofit fundraising, membership, and advocacy, please send us an email to contact@ipmadvancement.com with the subject heading “podcast suggestion.” If we do use yo…
 
Continuing our discussion from last week's episode, we explore the top 5 copywriting mistakes made by nonprofits. For most nonprofits, fundraising appeals are an important part of how they communicate with supporters. Without effective copy that engages your donors and makes a strong case for supporting your nonprofit, you will consistently struggl…
 
For most nonprofits, fundraising appeals are an important part of how they communicate with supporters. Without effective copy that engages your donors and makes a strong case for supporting your nonprofit, you will consistently struggle to raise the funds you need to deliver on your mission and serve your community. In today's episode, we discuss …
 
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has led many nonprofits to question the feasibility of running a traditional capital campaign right now. Should they stay the course, press pause, or change their strategy? In today’s episode, we host a virtual panel of representatives from different nonprofits to discuss how they’ve adapted their campaigns to th…
 
As we head into summer, most nonprofits are planning their fundraising calendar for Fiscal Year 2021. This year, we face additional challenges like the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic and the upcoming presidential election. In today’s podcast episode, we’ll look at strategies for effective donor engagement that you can put into practice right now to …
 
With the cancelation of fundraising events and increasing economic uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many nonprofits are struggling to keep their mission moving forward. In this episode, we discuss practical advice that nonprofits can use to survive this crisis and continue to serve their community. Free 30-minute consultation for NPFX list…
 
As traditional nonprofit fundraising strategy is being transformed by advances in technology, changes in donor behavior, and unexpected world events like the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s vital that nonprofits know which parts to keep, which to change, and which to ditch completely. Free 30-minute consultation for NPFX listeners: http://www.ipmadvancemen…
 
Michael Rubin is the Principal and Founder at Michael D. Rubin & Associates. Michael has been running his consultancy since 2002 and has built his business to support 4 other consultants, which help meet his client’s needs. Learn more about his consultancy at www.mdrubin.com. Learn more about MarketSmart at www.imarketsmart.com.…
 
Scott Koskoski is a Senior Performance Mentor at BrightDot. BrightDot focuses on coaching fundraisers to reach their goals. Scott got into fundraising because of his experience getting a scholarship and meeting the donor who enabled him to go to college and shares from this unique perspective as a fundraiser directly impacted by a donor. Learn more…
 
Mary Cahalane is the Principal at Hands-On Fundraising. Her consultancy focuses on copywriting and teaching nonprofits a donor first approach to fundraising. Learn more about Hands-On Fundraising at www.handsonfundraising.com. Learn more about MarketSmart at www.imarketsmart.com.MarketSmart, LLC.
 
Hannah Zollman is the Founder and Principal at Mission Driven Fundraising. Her focus is on helping mission-driven organizations build their fundraising departments to be self-sufficient and successful. Learn more about Mission Driven Fundraising at www.missiondrivenfundraising.com. Learn more about MarketSmart at www.imarketsmart.com.…
 
Amy Varga is the president of the Varga Group. Learn about her background as a fundraiser and a university professor to future fundraisers. We also dive into how she determined what services to offer and how to create a successful and profitable consultancy. Amy is a very thoughtful business owner and she shares some invaluable information for thos…
 
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Elise Saltzberg is the owner of Saltzberg Consulting and is an expert at grants and shares the ins and outs of running a business focused on researching and writing grants in this episode. Learn more about Saltzberg Consulting at www.saltzbergconsulting.com. Learn more about MarketSmart at www.imarketsmart.com.…
 
Dan Shephard (the Frontline Fundraiser) is the owner of the Shephard Group. He focuses on teaching fundraisers how to have a conversation with donors about charitable gift planning. Learn more about the Shephard Group at www.thefrontlinefundraiser.com. Learn more about MarketSmart at www.imarketsmart.com.…
 
Arlene Cogen is a Philanthropic Leadership Consultant, Author, Speaker, Trainer, and Coach. She works primarily with professional advisors, nonprofits and their clients to build deeper relationships and engage the next generation through leadership and philanthropy. Learn more about Arlene Cogen at www.arlenecogen.com. Learn more about MarketSmart …
 
The challenge we face: Entrepreneurs often don’t fit the paradigms we use to assess the strength of a fundraising prospect. Their capacity to give doesn’t increase in a linear fashion like other professions, their time constraints around becoming involved are often the inverse of other donors, and the most tax advantageous way to make their gifts i…
 
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Joe Tumolo is the CEO of Gift Planning Development. He is an expert at building relationships and helping nonprofits focus on a donor-centric approach. Learn more about Joe Tumolo at www.giftplanningdevelopment.com. Learn more about MarketSmart at www.imarketsmart.com.MarketSmart, LLC.
 
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