1. Donor Recognition with Christina Amri

    In the world of fundraising, if people are not moved emotionally, things are harder to get done. Putting up a list of people and what they have done isn’t enough--people want to feel seen and recognized for doing something in a tangible manner that has a personal touch. And what better way is ther…Read More

  2. Fundraising Metrics with Bill Littlejohn

    Bill Littlejohn is one of the nation's leading healthcare philanthropy professionals with more than three decades of experience. He has led & directed philanthropic programs that have generated more than half a billion dollars. He is a 1980 graduate from the University of Virginia with a Bachelo…Read More

  3. Gratitude and the Clinical Experience with Randall Hallett

    Many clinicians don't understand that what they do every day may seem ordinary to them but for those on the outside, it is extraordinary. And those extraordinary experiences lead to gratitude which may be expressed through giving, and this makes the patient happy. Happiness is a result of doing thin…Read More

  4. What Millennials Want with Sarah Landman and Abigail Wright

    Millennials live in an instant culture and kind of expect the same thing with their philanthropic giving. They want to see results almost in real-time. They want to see that their gifts and resources are making a difference.  But what else do they expect from fundraisers? Sarah & Abigail, milli…Read More

  5. How to Have an Effective Board

    A board can make or break your entire development program. So if you have a weak board or a board that is not involved, un-willing to give, receive, or talk to people, then your program will not go very far. Fundraisers are not equal to donors. Peer to peer fundraising has been proven time & tim…Read More

  6. Building a Culture of Philanthropy

    The culture of an organization is very important in philanthropy. It is also just as important that the entire organization gets involved in building that culture and not get too bogged down in the business side of philanthropy. Culture eats strategy every time, meaning that if you don't pay attenti…Read More

  7. The Dynamics of a CEO/CDO Relationship with Ed Flynn

    Great relationships lead to great organizations. There's nothing more important than a positive CEO-CDO relationship to deliver quality service. It's not just about raising money; it's about the partnerships you have in leadership. Ed Flynn is the Principal of Flynn Consulting. He has over 30 years …Read More