You seek a culture of philanthropy, but do you have one? Yes, you want more donors and reoccurring contributions to bursts and boom cycles. You want fundraising to get easier every year for practical reasons. A culture of philanthropy is not a wish. It’s not only a proclamation. Can you prove you have one? How?
This video offers four innovative approaches to measure your culture of philanthropy. It recommends goals for each one. Reaching these goals (or moving steadily toward them) proves that your culture is philanthropic. Growth in these numbers demonstrates cultural change. This video focuses strictly on the number of people making gifts. However, obtaining these gifts and implementing changes is
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0:00 Can We Talk Confidentially?
0:46 How to Move from a Vague Concept–a Culture of Philanthropy–into Measurable Specifics
1:03 Board Giving
1:21 Staff Giving
1:38 Volunteer Giving
2:06 Customer Giving
2:14 Get Practical: Use this Video–Why Go to the Trouble of Developing a Culture of Philanthropy? 2:52 More resources
Karen Eber Davis Consulting guides executive directors and CEOs to generate the resources, boards, and support they need to make remarkable progress on their missions. As the award-winning thought-leader, advisor, and founding principal of Karen Eber Davis Consulting, Karen helps nonprofit leaders get answers, generate revenue, and grow their mission. Davis is known for her innovation and practicality based on her work with or visits to over 1,000 nonprofit organizations and her experience leading board and team events. She is the author of 7 Nonprofit Income Streams and Let's Raise Nonprofit Millions Together.