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This podcast features conversations with fundraisers, researchers and thought leaders to help propel your fundraising results.

Fundraising Voices from RNL Ruffalo Noel Levitz

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This podcast features conversations with fundraisers, researchers and thought leaders to help propel your fundraising results.

    Fundraising Voices Live! Marketing and Living a Brand - Chris Knudson, CASE VI

    Fundraising Voices Live! Marketing and Living a Brand - Chris Knudson, CASE VI

    Industry estimates tell us that the average American receives at least 500 marketing messages a day, and 100 of them are digital. Modern charitable outreach contends with a lot of noise. And it’s hard to break through.
    Chris Knudson at Wartburg College knows this, and he’s doing a great job connecting with supporters in an authentic way. He’s also done something great and stepped up as the chair of next year’s CASE VI conference. I connected with him at this year’s conference in Kansas City and we talked about marketing, brand strategy, and also why he volunteers for CASE. Check out this live episode recorded right at the conference with audience questions.
    Wartburg College
    CASE VI
    CASE Conferences and Training
    Wartburg College
     
     

    • 20 Min.
    New Crowdfunding Index - $105 Million in Results

    New Crowdfunding Index - $105 Million in Results

    The Crowdfunding and Giving Day Index presents insights and results from 6,116 charitable crowdfunding projects totaling more than $105 million in giving.
    Charitable crowdfunding has become the premier peer-to-peer online giving opportunity.
    The report includes key results and benchmarks such as:
    The types of campaigns institutions run, their average results by type, and the average duration Metrics for first-year results for campuses running their first crowdfunding campaigns The most popular terms used in naming crowdfunding campaigns The impact of custom giving pages for evergreen giving 8 best practices based on these results Eric Billings and Brian Gawor from RNL review the results and talk about key practices for success with charitable crowdfunding.
    Download the full report here
    And request a demo of RNL ScaleFunder today, and let the RNL experts show you how these key tactics can amplify your success!

    • 17 Min.
    Personalizing Donor Engagement with Artificial Intelligence - Driven Platforms

    Personalizing Donor Engagement with Artificial Intelligence - Driven Platforms

    This Fundraising Voices podcast features RNL’s Josh Robertson who covers the importance of using personalization to communicate with your donors. Josh and Brian discuss:
    Why personalization is important for engaging the 21st century donor. How artificial intelligence (AI) and new, easy to use platforms can transform your communications. How to get started with turnkey solutions like RNL QuadWrangle and harness the power of this technology immediately. Find out more about RNL QuadWrangle here
    Our guest: Josh Robertson, Senior Vice President
    Joshua Robertson joined Ruffalo Noel Levitz in 1997 as a student fundraiser at The University of Georgia and has since risen to become the chief architect of our donor and student engagement solutions. Josh works daily with hundreds of institutions to transform their donor engagement with new and emerging technology and data-driven strategy. He has worked with more than 60 institutions in managing their multichannel, on-site phonathon programs, including Stanford, New York University, UT Austin, UGA, Pepperdine University and the University of Sydney. 

    • 19 Min.
    The War for Fundraising Talent - Jason Lewis

    The War for Fundraising Talent - Jason Lewis

    This Fundraising Voices podcast features provocative fundraising expert Jason Lewiss, CFRE, author of The War for Fundraising Talent. Jason and host Brian Gawor discuss:
    Challenging the assumptions we have about what it takes to be a successful fundraiser. What’s happening in small and large shops to recruit and retain top fundraising talent. What you can do as a fundraiser to become better, and advance your career. What’s next for 21st fundraisers looking to engage new and diverse donor populations. Get the War for Fundraising Talent book here.
    And check out Jason at Responsive Fundraising.
    Our guest: Jason Lewis, CFRE, Founder of Responsive Fundraising
     
    Jason Lewis is willing to question deeply engrained beliefs and assumptions about how effective fundraising really works.  Whether writing or speaking, Jason challenges the prevailing wisdom about effective fundraising practices, hiring decisions, and donor behavior. In the last two decades, Jason has raised millions of dollars for a variety of non-profit organizations throughout the United States. He has been certified and re-certified as a Certified Fundraising Executive and recognized as a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals’ Master Trainers. Jason earned his MS in Nonprofit Management at Eastern University in 2010 and in 2014 graduated from the College of Executive Coaching. Jason also hosts the Fundraising Talent podcast where he features the voices of top fundraising professionals.

    • 29 Min.
    Fundraisers Speak: Advancement Leaders Annual Giving Report 2019

    Fundraisers Speak: Advancement Leaders Annual Giving Report 2019

    We've just released our annual report on annual giving trends, from a survey fundraisers this year. I got on the line with Shad Hanselman, RNL's annual giving guru, to talk about the results, including what fundraisers say about:
    - Usage of channels, like direct mail, phone, email, crowdfunding, giving days and online giving.
    - Where fundraisers wish they were spending more time.
    - What fundraisers think is best for donor acquisition, retention, and upgrade of donors.
    - What's being done for young alumni engagement.
    - What's next for the future of annual giving.
    Download the full report here
     

    • 20 Min.
    Arlene Cogen - Fundraising, Financial Planning, And Giving to Live

    Arlene Cogen - Fundraising, Financial Planning, And Giving to Live

    The basic job description of a fundraiser is to reah out to donors, listen to them, and provide opportunities. To see if there might be a chance that the donors want to make a difference for your organization, institution, school or charity. Well, increasingly, those conversations will happen with numerous members of the donor's family or even 's financial planners. Arlene Cogen used to be a financial planner, someone who was really focused on amassing money for her clients.
    Then, she left financial planning and became a fundraiser. She began to really talk to fundraisers about how to engage financial planners and found that fundraisers don't need to be afraid, and financial planners can engage with their clients about how to increase philanthropy and find joy in giving. I got on the line with Arlene to talk a little bit about her book and the way she suggests people should engage donors, their families and their financial planners in the 21st century.
    Read Arlene's book, Give to Live
    And find out how she helps organizations truly inspires donors:
    https://www.arlenecogen.com/
     

    • 17 Min.

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