32 episodes

A podcast dedicated to small to medium sized nonprofits. Interviews and talks about topics, issues and resources related to communications, fundraising and marketing for the small shop offices across the country.

Small Shop Fundraising Griffin Fundraising and Market

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A podcast dedicated to small to medium sized nonprofits. Interviews and talks about topics, issues and resources related to communications, fundraising and marketing for the small shop offices across the country.

    Leadership and Your Nonprofit with Aaron Miller

    Leadership and Your Nonprofit with Aaron Miller

    On this episode we talk with Aaron Miller the Director of Community Leadership at the Leadership Louisville Center in Louisville KY. It's the largest leadership center of it's kind in the nation. We talk about the WHY behind having engaged and passionate leaders supporting your nonprofit. On the flip side we also talk about how engaging more with your community provides you with an opportunity to grow as a leader and the reciprocal effect of volunteering. 

    Referenced in the podcast:

    Dan Pallotta Ted Talk 



    Small Shop Fundraising is a podcast dedicated to small and medium sized nonprofits and the issues facing them today. Hosted by Liz Hack of Griffin Fundraising and Marketing. 


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    • 41 min
    New Donor Exercise with Liz Hack

    New Donor Exercise with Liz Hack

    Are you a nonprofit trying to figure out how to tell more people about your organization? Do you need more potential donors and volunteers to join with you in your cause? This short exercise could be a great help in providing some structure to searching for more people to link to your organization. I learned this process for the Lilly School of Fundraising and now I want to share it with you. 

    If you have any questions after the episode please email me at liz@gfmky.com




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    • 19 min
    What's Top Of Mind For CEO's with Mike Finely

    What's Top Of Mind For CEO's with Mike Finely

    This episode we are reviewing PWC's 24th Annual Global CEO Survey Findings, specifically for the US. Mike Finley is our guest and tour guide of the survey. He will help us decode the meaning behind the findings and how it impacts the nonprofit industry. We'll talk about things to look for if a corporate donor is about to be acquired and how to get a head of those trends. 

    Listen to the end to learn about how AI is learning about human bias, diversity, equity and inclusion. 

    Resources and links talked about in this episode:

    PWC's CEO Survey

    Code.org and Python the code language



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    • 42 min
    Build Up Better: A Focus on Rural Communities

    Build Up Better: A Focus on Rural Communities

    This episode's guest is Paul D. Daugherty, President & CEO of Philanthropy West Virginia. He has spent a decade dedicating his life to this organization and to supporting the growth of philanthropy, giving and nonprofits (or what he calls social profits). It's a fascinating and quick look at: 


    How to partner better.
    The story telling around recovery
    The role of non-profit's 
    Being honest with challenges in your community. 

    Resources referenced in this episode:

    Trust Based Philanthropy

    United Philanthropy Forum

    Small Shop Fundraising is brought to you by Griffin Fundraising and Marketing, a full service fundraising and marketing firm to support nonprofits in reaching their goals and mission. 


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    • 37 min
    Best Practices For Virtual Events

    Best Practices For Virtual Events

    "Digital events are not the same as an in person event." 

    On this episode Liz Hack, host, talks with April Ferguson about tips and best practices of virtual events. April most recently managed logistics for a virtual event while working for Cisco Systems, Inc. Her event had a 30,000 registrants and a planning timeline of 3 months. She reviews her experience and how Cisco Systems produced this 2-day conference event for the first time. Including:


    Online platform tips
    Engagement tips
    Asking for help!

    Resources talked about in this episode: Meeting Planners International, PCMA, Event Leadership Institute  

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    • 39 min
    Volunteer Leadership Lessons with Nick Kremer

    Volunteer Leadership Lessons with Nick Kremer

    On this episode of Small Shop Fundraising, we talk with Nick Kremer, Central Region Board of Directors' Chair of Junior Achievement of the Heartland in Iowa. He shares his volunteer journey and how "volunteering is engrained in our DNA in Iowa". We hear about how that organization that serves school aged children pivoted to continue to provide programs but in a virtual way. We also learn about that lessons and advice Nick would give to other board of directors volunteers. 

    Small Shop Fundraising is a podcast dedicated to small to medium sized nonprofits and the topics and issues facing them today. It's brought to you by, Griffin Fundraising and Marketing.  

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    • 34 min

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