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Brenda Palms Barber moved to Chicago 15 years ago and started the North Lawndale Employment Network to assist returning citizens transition back to society through employment and other resources. Under her leadership, NLEN has grown from 2 to 21 employees, and provides job training and financial literacy to over 2,000 men and women.
Tune in to Nonprofit “U” when Brenda discusses proven strategies for effective fundraising. Topics will include stakeholder engagement, diversifying income streams, social enterprise and nonprofit compliance. Brenda will also share a case study written by Kathleen Fletcher so that participants can immediately apply lessons learned and discuss them. Download the case study at https://www.scribd.com/doc/296594725/Fundraising-Training-What-is-the-Color-of-Their-Money-2
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Join host Dr. Victoria Boyd as she welcomes Linda Lysakowski and Ellen Bristol - two industry leaders in the nonprofit and small business sectors.
Linda is one of just over 100 professionals worldwide to hold the Advanced Certified Fund Raising Executive designation. A prolific writer with over 16 books and massive amounts of articles to her credit, she has trained more than 27,000 professionals globally during her 30 years in the profession. A recipient of numerous awards she currently is acquisitions Editor for Charity Channel Press and Genius Press, and continues to provide training, consulting and is a column writer for The Philantrepreneur Journal.
Ellen launched her consulting practice with the mission to improve sales-force productivity, but the market had other plans for her. Local nonprofit leaders wanted what she had to offer. Since 1995, Ellen has worked with hundreds of nonprofit organizations, helping them perfect their strategic planning processes, board governance practices, and most important of all, the way they manage their fundraising.
Even though she's never worked for a nonprofit organization, Ellen is now recognized as a major innovator in the field of fundraising management and performance improvement. She is the developer of Fundraising the SMART Way, the methodology for effective, sustainable fundraising based on the continuous improvement model, and designed its companion automated toolkit, SMART Way Prospect Scorecard, to capture, collate and report on SMART Way data.
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He lectures around the world but now is here for you. From the latest in charity news, technology, fundraising and social networking, Ted Hart and his guests help you maneuver through this economic downturn in the charitable sector to greater levels of efficiency and fundraising success. PAGE 2 Renowned fundraising icon known around the world, Tony Elischer has died.
The chief executive of Buckingham, U.K.-based THINK Consulting Solutions died Jan. 12, 2016 “after a courageous battle with cancer,” according to an announcement released by the firm. Elischer founded the company in 2001 and previously worked for Age UK and Cancer Research UK, according to UK Fundraising.Elischer was diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer about 18 months ago, according to fundraising industry friends and associates. He is survived by his wife Nicky.
On this edition of the Nonprofit Coach we share memories, and the wisdom of Tony that future generations will benefit from.
A true force of nature Tony leaves us a bright light in Fundraising that must be kept illuminated.
Join us, call in, share your best Tony memories.
Today, your host, Shannon Barnes, will discuss different fundraising avenues for 501c3 nonprofit organizations. We will give suggestions and recommendations as to those fundraising "best practices" that actually work. We will also have a few minutes at the end of the broadcast for listener questions.
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Today on "It's My House" we shall attend Fundraising School to learn about "Fundraising Literacy". To have success in legal matters, political matters, and in many other areas of life including business life, one must become "Fundraising Literate". Having that in mind we shall cover the very basics of of fundraising, which we shall call the "fundamentals of fundraising".
This includes various "fundraising distictions", fundraising training, and various fundraising strategies.
As usual please have pen and paper available or your computer of choice so that you can take notes and please feel free to call in and ask questions or give your comment.
Join us for a lively discussion on how nonprofit organizations may increase their fundraising capacity through transparency and enhanced disclosure utilizing GuideStar Profiles. Our special guest will be Jasmine Marrow, the Director of Nonprofit Strategy for GuideStar. Jasmine develops strategy for and oversees the GuideStar Exchange program, GuideStar's primary initiative to engage nonprofits. She is also the Product Manager for the TakeAction initiative, GuideStar's primary initiative to engage individual donors. Jasmine oversees GuideStar’s Philanthropedia program, which rates verified, financially responsible charities according to how much great work they're doing. Jasmine leads Philanthropedia's research efforts, including developing international expansion, rerunning old causes, and expediting strategy for continued growth into new causes.
GuideStar USA, Inc. is an information service specializing in reporting on U.S. nonprofit companies. In 2010, their database contained over 5 million IRS Forms 990 on 1.9 million organizations.
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He lectures around the world but now is here for you. From the latest in charity news, technology, fundraising and social networking, Ted Hart and his guests help you maneuver to greater levels of efficiency and fundraising success. PAGE 2 GUEST EXPERT: Kathy Kingston, CAI, BAS, is the founder and principal of Kingston Auction Company which has raised of millions of dollars for organizations nationwide. She is the creator of the Philanthropy Model of Fundraising Auctions. On today's show she will share her secrets for making charity auctions more successful than ever!
Kathy, who has been a professional fundraising auctioneer for nearly three decades has been awarded two of the auction industry's major awards, the 2012 Chuck Cumberlin Memorial Sportsmanship Award and the 2006 Rose Award from the National Auctioneers Association. Ms. Kingston holds the Certified Auctioneer Institute (CAI) designation, only three percent of auctioneers worldwide have achieved this status. Kathy was a charter class member and has been an instructor of the Benefit Auctioneer Specialist (BAS) professional designation program.
As a consultant, speaker and fundraising auction strategist, she conducts benefit auction seminars, tele-seminars and custom workshops for nonprofit and educational organizations as well as for professional auctioneers. Kathy holds a Master's Degree in Education from Saint Louis University where in 1986 she was named "Woman of the Year." In 2013, she was inducted into the Million Dollar Consultant Hall of Fame.
For many years we have discussed the effects of widespread capitalism as a root cause of the current conditions of black folks in America. From chattel slavery to the institutions that were built and created as a result of free capital. With black buying power reaching over $1 trillion dollars, it’s time that we reexamine capitalism through the lenses of fundraising/philanthropy for ourselves to see the institutions and impact that will change our conditions. By pooling our dollars together, fundraising for our causes, we can change the way that we’re viewed and the physical environments that we dwell in. Solution based radio!
It's Aardvark Friday and DocTG invites listeners to understand the importance of how words are used in fundraising. The nonprofit sector is laden with words that seem to be in the state of "lack" -- Doctor Gordon encourages 501c3's to use more powerful words to express who they are and what they do. In doing so, donors and volunteers will be more apt to participate in your cause. Doctor Gordon challenges each organization to begin finding a new way of describing the work they do vs what they don't do. In the not for profit industry this would mean changing how one even identifies the industry as a social profit instead of a non profit. Let's speak into existence who we are and what we bring forth.