Take a look at your organizational structure and ask yourself if it’s working to support a healthy and productive donor pipeline.
If you want to retain great fundraisers, make sure your non-profit’s policies allow their hard work to be recognized and rewarded.
Creating a culture of learning is about encouraging your team to dream, critique, explore, suggest, and give input.
When you hire administrative support for your fundraising team, freeing them up to focus on donor relationships, there’s a financial impact.
A non-profit leader must be chosen carefully, because who that person is and how they perform will either make or break your organization.
When fundraising management tasks their frontline team with duties outside of building donor relationships, there’s a real economic cost.