Tony Martignetti is the host of Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio and he video blogs at tonymartignetti.com. He talks with nonprofit leaders and consultants about how organizations can more effectively raise money, build better relationships with boards and supporters, and manage volunteers. Look for new installments once a month.
Why Small and Midsized Nonprofits Rock02/11/2016 Duration: 07min
In the final episode of Fundraising Fundamentals, host Tony Martignetti extols smaller charities and they opportunities they afford for making lasting human connections.
Tailoring Your Fundraising to Reach Generation X10/10/2016 Duration: 11min
Dara Royer, head of development and marketing for Mercy Corps, explains how the aid charity is targeting the more than 60 million Americans born from 1965 to 1980.
How Smaller Nonprofits Can Draw More Planned Gifts02/09/2016 Duration: 10min
This month’s episode of Fundraising Fundamentals offers tips for small and midsized organizations on building a planned-giving program.
The Buzz in Multichannel Fundraising09/08/2016 Duration: 12min
Digital strategist Peter Panepento shares the findings, some surprising, of his recent survey on how fundraisers are mixing and matching from the growing menu of tools to reach donors.
When Nonprofit Size Matters in Fundraising Careers26/07/2016 Duration: 12min
Veteran fundraiser Roger Craver dissects the differences between working for large and small nonprofits and assesses what personality types and professional aspirations suit each setting.
Fine-Tuning Fundraising to Draw Female Donors27/06/2016 Duration: 12min
Andrea Pactor of the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy talks about what nonprofits can do to draw support from a growing class of wealthy women.
Tips for Taking Your Fundraising Auction Digital19/05/2016 Duration: 13min
In this month’s Fundraising Fundamentals, two experts explain how to use data and audience engagement to move a benefit sale online.
Breaking Gala Traditions With Boards On-Board27/04/2016 Duration: 11min
In this segment of Fundraising Fundamentals, two experts discuss how nonprofits can shake up their annual events and engage board members in the process.
Your Gala Might Be a Tradition, but Is It Effective?28/03/2016 Duration: 11min
An expert discusses how nonprofits can determine whether it’s time to give up on an annual gala.
Mending a Rocky Relationship With a Major Donor17/02/2016 Duration: 10min
Two experts discuss how to work through disagreements and deliver bad news in this episode of Fundraising Fundamentals.
Giving Will Keep Rising in 2016, Forecast Says03/02/2016 Duration: 10min
Atlas of Giving chief Rob Mitchell discusses last year’s giving trends and a look ahead at 2016, including the impact of the presidential election on charitable donations.
Using Computer Science to Benefit Social Justice01/02/2016 Duration: 10min
In this episode of Fundraising Fundamentals, a Ford Foundation program officer explains the advantages of having technologists working for social good.
How Direct-Mail Companies Are Central to Year-End Giving18/12/2015 Duration: 07min
In this episode of Fundraising Fundamentals, an expert discusses how mail-processing facilities keep up with donations in December.
Putting Yourself in Your Donor’s Shoes24/11/2015 Duration: 11min
Experts say it’s important to understand your donors’ experiences with your organization by seeing things from their perspective.
How Charities Can Gain the Public's Confidence13/10/2015 Duration: 11min
Helping people understand how charities operate is a start, and better regulation can increase transparency, says one expert. Also, see our exclusive poll results, available to Chronicle subscribers.
Creative Ideas For GivingTuesday 201516/09/2015 Duration: 10min
An organizer of the annual giving day shares advice on how to participate in the event this fall.