When non-profits set up different departments for their various fundraising vehicles, it creates a barrier for donors.
No matter how good you are at the art of fundraising, you won’t be successful if you don’t also apply the science of fundraising.
To address the anti-Black racism in the non-profit sector, it starts with individuals.
If donors are part of your mission, your budget will reflect an investment in infrastructure that serves their needs and fulfills their passions and interests.
The back office is just as important as any donor-facing activity. We simply need to get that fact into our heads and into our practice as fundraisers.