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Nonprofits- Let’s Cut to the Chase is a micro-podcast series brought to you by the Greater Cincinnati Nonprofit News - your connection for nonprofit news and jobs.


In each episode you will join Jane Page-Steiner, Owner & Publisher of the Greater Cincinnati Nonprofit News as she talks with leaders and professionals about topics and issues of interest to the nonprofit community. Tune in as we “cut to the chase” and help you quickly gain knowledge and insights on important nonprofit issues.

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Nonprofits- Let’s Cut to the Chase is a micro-podcast series brought to you by the Greater Cincinnati Nonprofit News - your connection for nonprofit news and jobs.


In each episode you will join Jane Page-Steiner, Owner & Publisher of the Greater Cincinnati Nonprofit News as she talks with leaders and professionals about topics and issues of interest to the nonprofit community. Tune in as we “cut to the chase” and help you quickly gain knowledge and insights on important nonprofit issues.

    Episode 7: Shifting Expectations of Donors with Steve Rosfeld, University of Cincinnati Foundation

    Episode 7: Shifting Expectations of Donors with Steve Rosfeld, University of Cincinnati Foundation

    What do donors expect in return for their gift? Do millennium donors have different expectations than baby boomer donors? Instead of the traditional major gift ask why are conversations with donors shifting to encourage investing in organizational impact?


    Join us as we speak with Steve Rosfeld, VP of Development for the University of Cincinnati, to discuss the shifting expectations of donors.


    To learn more about Steve and how to contact him, go to the podcast page at www.jpsnonprofit.com.


    Do you have any questions or comments about the show? Email Jane Page-Steiner at jane2@jpsnonprofit.com

    • 16 min
    Episode 6: Writing Grants: Our New Reality with Susan Mospens, People Working Cooperatively

    Episode 6: Writing Grants: Our New Reality with Susan Mospens, People Working Cooperatively

    A recent study from that about 20% of nonprofit income is derived from grants. How do grants fit into your overall development plans? How do you evaluate what grants to pursue? When do you know a grant opportunity is the right fit for your organization? How are you navigating the changing expectations of foundations and grant makers in 2021?


    Join us as we speak with Susan Mospens, Grants Manager for People Working Cooperatively and member of the Greater Cincinnati Chapter of Grant Professionals Association about writing grants: our new reality.


    To learn more about Susan and how to contact her, go to the podcast page at www.jpsnonprofit.com.


    Do you have any questions or comments about the show? Email Jane Page-Steiner at jane2@jpsnonprofit.com

    • 14 min
    Episode 5: Partnering With Your Leadership in Fundraising with Stephanie Byrd, American Red Cross

    Episode 5: Partnering With Your Leadership in Fundraising with Stephanie Byrd, American Red Cross

    Effectively engaging your board in fundraising can often be challenging and frustrating. Are your board members able to share with donors their passion for your mission? Does your board have a deep understanding of your organization’s vision? Is your board president partnering with the staff leadership to educate and engage your board in fundraising efforts?

    Join us as we speak with Stephanie Byrd, the Regional CEO of the American Red Cross, the Central and Southern Ohio region about partnering with your leadership in fundraising.

    To learn more about Stephanie and how to contact her, go to the podcast page at www.jpsnonprofit.com.

    Do you have any questions or comments about the show? Email Jane Page-Steiner at jane2@jpsnonprofit.com

    • 15 min
    Episode 4: Fundraising with Diverse Communities: “Doing Nothing is the Worst"

    Episode 4: Fundraising with Diverse Communities: “Doing Nothing is the Worst"

    We have all heard the common advise from fundraising experts - people give because someone asked them. Yet, many minority populations report they are less likely to be asked. How can an organization expand their development program and be more inclusive in its fundraising practices?

    Join us as we speak with Adrienne Taylor and Dolores Dodson, representatives from the Cincinnati Chapter of American Fundraising Professionals, as we discuss fundraising with diverse communities: doing nothing is the worst.

    To learn more about Adrienne & Delores and how to contact them, go to the podcast page at www.jpsnonprofit.com.

    Do you have any questions or comments about the show? Email Jane Page-Steiner at jane2@jpsnonprofit.com

    • 15 min
    Episode 3: The Art of the Thank You with Adam Baker, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

    Episode 3: The Art of the Thank You with Adam Baker, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

    We all know it is important to thank your donors. Did you know more than 60 percent of all nonprofits fail to thank donors properly? Research shows that a personal thank you received within 48 hours increases the likelihood of first-time donors giving again. What can you do to truly make your donors feel appreciated and valued?

    Join us as we speak with Adam Baker, Stewardship Officer from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital to discuss the art of the thank you.

    To learn more about Adam and how to contact him, go to the podcast page at www.jpsnonprofit.com.

    Do you have any questions or comments about the show? Email Jane Page-Steiner at jane2@jpsnonprofit.com

    • 16 min
    Episode 2: Navigating Financial Reporting & Regulations for Fundraising Events, with VonLehman

    Episode 2: Navigating Financial Reporting & Regulations for Fundraising Events, with VonLehman

    Fundraising events provide critical revenue for nonprofits. As you plan and navigate your special events what financial reporting or regulations should you keep in mind? Are you providing activities at your special event that may be impacted by gaming regulations? What are the tax reporting requirements for items contributed for a fundraising event?

    Join us as we speak with our guests from VonLehman CPA & Advisory Firm Stephanie Allgeyer, Shareholder and Nonprofit/Audit department lead, CPA/CFE and Bryan Pautsch, Principal and Nonprofit Tax Expert, CPA/JD about navigating financial reporting and regulations when planning fundraising events.

    To learn more about Stephanie & Bryan and how to contact them, go to the podcast page at www.jpsnonprofit.com.

    Do you have any questions or comments about the show? Email Jane Page-Steiner at jane2@jpsnonprofit.com

    • 13 min

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