Good fundraising staff is expensive, but it’s MORE expensive to lose them and have to replace them. It’s an investment worth making.
Here are 12 reasons your MGO’s revenue might be lower than you expected.
Major gifts fundraising is like this: it moves very slowly. “By drips. Persistent, generous, tiny drips.”
Some managers refuse to invest in major gift programs, regardless of the potential returns on their investment. Why is that?
Non-profit managers sometimes get fascinated with the quest for new money from new donors, at the expense of taking care of existing donors who can give more.
Why are your donor portfolios and programs stalled out? We’ve noticed several problems that I want to share with you. Fix these, and your program’s ROI will go up!