When you hear “no,” it’s easy to get discouraged. But “no” is not failure; it’s new information that can help direct your efforts.
Why do we have so much difficulty talking about the problem in our storytelling about our organizational work? Here are six reasons.
When you set clear expectations and provide a structure around your donor conversations, it makes space for deeper connections.
In a donor meeting, your role is two-fold: you are their partner, and you are also a facilitator to keep the meeting on-track.
In this Question of the Month video, Richard and Jeff share what it means to learn the driver behind your donor’s passions and interests.
Answering a reader question: Is it okay to start asking for in-person meetings?