Jacque Daughtry is the Executive Director of Literacy Now. We talk about her ability to expand during pandemic. Jacque says “Relationships have been our cornerstone since day one, and that has not changed…one of our former board members calls it our secret sauce.” We talk at length about her philosophies around the stewarding of resources, including the cultivation of volunteers and donors.
Jessica is a co-founder of Impact100 Houston. We talk about her work and perspectives using philanthropy as a means of finding common ground during divisive times.
Robin Cabral returns to the SnapCast to talk about things nonprofits may keep on their minds as we enter 2021. As the new year gets started: What is the current stewardship strategy and donor retention strategy? How to bring lapsed donors back into the fold and keep them? Thinking beyond the regular stewardship strategies to… Continue reading Getting 2021 Started, with Robin Cabral
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
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