We all know that happy and productive MGOs equals happy donors – and happy donors means that programs are funded, which is what we all set out to do!
A well-run non-profit has a leader who clearly understands that there are three critical legs to the non-profit stool – functions that must be carefully balanced for the organization to be effective…
Making time for major gifts is particularly hard when you’re the “jack of all trades” development director for a small non-profit. Learn how Jeff became successful during his early career in that same situation.
Universities seem to have everything they need to do major gift fundraising the right way. But we discovered some real problems.
Put these tips practice and the folks you manage will have a good manager. Managing is not easy, especially when you are wired to spend all your time with your own caseload, but I know your heart is there to help your folks be successful.
Follow these steps and you will be on your way to establishing a robust major gift program, which will lead to engaged donors and increased revenue for your mission.