Snapcast seeking guests 2021

The Nonprofit SnapCast podcast is seeking guests. We’re always looking for philanthropic and nonprofit professionals to share their wisdom on the program. This time, we’re keenly looking for people who can talk with me about: Setting the stage for 2021 – How should nonprofits be planning? Going Mobile (anything related to mobile technologies for nonprofits)… Continue reading Snapcast seeking guests 2021

Fundraising Myths, with Jack Silverstein

Our second episode with Jack Silverstein, Founder at YUCKS Enterprises.  We talk about fundraising myths, sponsorship philanthropy.  Jack maintains that “Doing more with less is insulting,” and we discuss why development offices should be sacrosanct during the COVID-19 crisis.   We welcome support of the Nonprofit SnapCast via Patreon. We welcome your questions and feedback… Continue reading Fundraising Myths, with Jack Silverstein

What If Our Charity Disappeared Tonight? With Jack Silverstein

Mickey visits with Jack Silverstein, Founder at YUCKS Enterprises.  We discuss the perhaps inevitable amalgamation of some charities precipitated by COVID19.  The conversation comes back to the importance of stewarding relationships with individual donors and putting the donor first.   We welcome support of the Nonprofit SnapCast via Patreon. We welcome your questions and feedback… Continue reading What If Our Charity Disappeared Tonight? With Jack Silverstein

Program Related Investments, with Kathy Kreuchauf

Mickey visits with Kathy Kreuchauf, Founder of OnPoint Philanthropic Consulting, to talk about Program Related Investments. We discuss: What are Program Related Investments? How long have PRIs been permitted? How can a foundation get started investigating PRIs? Why foundations should take a closer look at PRIs now. Resources for investigating the feasibility of PRIs. Size… Continue reading Program Related Investments, with Kathy Kreuchauf

Philanthropy Revolution, with Lisa Greer

Is Philanthropy in trouble? Mickey talks with Lisa Greer about philanthropy and leadership, taking a look at how older fundraising techniques may turn-off or disenfranchise donors. We also touch on a number of topics in her book, Philanthropy Revolution, How To Insipre Donors, Build Relationships, And Make A Difference, providing guidance on how Fundraising may… Continue reading Philanthropy Revolution, with Lisa Greer

Don’t Over-Pivot, with Veronica Kirin

Veronica Kirin (she/her/hers) is an Anthropologist, Author, and Board President for Stem Greenhouse. Her first business, a nonprofit corporation conducting disaster relief, was founded in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Her latest work, Stories of COVID, is documenting the pandemic in real time for a book for future generations. We talk about “the pivot,” the tendency to… Continue reading Don’t Over-Pivot, with Veronica Kirin

The Importance of Legacy Giving, with Lori Kranczer

Lori Kranczer believes firmly that planned giving, or “legacy giving,” which are ways donors make impactful gifts through endowments, bequests in wills or other structured gift vehicles, should be a vital part of the fundraising practice of every nonprofit organization, no matter the size, budget or mission. We talk about: Why legacy giving is vital… Continue reading The Importance of Legacy Giving, with Lori Kranczer

Influence The Cause, with Jerry Tuzil and Jason Shimitz

Nonprofit SnapCast has a quick conversation with Jerry Tuzil and Jason Shimitz of Influence The Cause, a soon to be released crowd-funding platform that incorporates ways to immediately gamify the friend-raising and fundraisng aspects of any crowdfunding campaign. We welcome support of the Nonprofit SnapCast via Patreon. We welcome your questions and feedback via The… Continue reading Influence The Cause, with Jerry Tuzil and Jason Shimitz