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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.

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.

    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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    Liz's Email here. 


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    • 34 min
    Health of the Sector Recap with KNN

    Health of the Sector Recap with KNN

    We spoke with Laura Whitaker, Associate Director with Kentucky Nonprofit Network, about their 4th survey in 2020 and the responses on how Kentucky and Southern Indiana are fairing. It fleshes out a snap shot of where nonprofits in that area are doing health wise with regard to:


    Overall & Specific Revenue Streams
    Staff Burnout
    Nonprofits Closing 
    Increased Need & Expenses 
    Areas of Increased Need from Clients
    Permanent Impact of Pandemic
    What's Next For KY Nonprofits

    Follow this link to find the slides we talk through during the interview. 

    Here's the summary report from Kentucky Nonprofit Network.
    Do you have questions for Kentucky Nonprofit Network? Send them here.


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    • 40 min
    Giving To and By Women

    Giving To and By Women

    Jacqueline Ackerman, Associate Director of the Women's Philanthropy Institute with the IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy is back to talk in more detail about women and giving. Specifically we peak behind the curtain of high net worth women philanthropists to learn more about what might interest them as donors. 

    We use this infographic as our guide for the interview.

    You will also hear about:


    Women Moving Millions
    Women donors might "test the waters" with your organization. 
    You "don't grown a donor in a week"
    "Cultivating generosity" 

    Here's the full report. 

    Small Shop Fundraising is brought to you by Griffin Fundraising and Marketing. A full service fundraising and marketing consulting firm for nonprofits, nationally. This podcast is dedicated to small to medium sized nonprofits and the topics and issues facing them today. 

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    • 39 min
    Leading Into 2021 with Bert Griffin

    Leading Into 2021 with Bert Griffin

    Welcome to the 2nd season of Small Shop Fundraising. Thank you for listening!

    We start season 2 with a conversation about leading into 2021. Bert Griffin, Chief Development Officer for the Louisville Orchestra, kicks off the season with a conversation about:


    The journey to his current position
    Snap shot of The Louisville Orchestra in 2020
    Finding their "pivot"
    Lesson learned in 2020
    What's 2021 going to look like?

    Note: This podcast was recorded prior to January 6th 2021.

    Small Shop Fundraising is dedicated to small to medium sized nonprofits and the topics and issues facing them today. This podcast is brought to you by Griffin Fundraising and Marketing- a boutique fundraising and marketing firm supporting small to medium sized nonprofits in their fundraising and marketing goals. 


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    • 36 min
    Season Finale: Thank You!

    Season Finale: Thank You!

    The host of Small Shop Fundraising, Liz Hack, does a solo episode about who you should thank NOW. We talk through a blog post on GF&M's website. On the website I added a video about LovePop and their services. 

    Thank you so much for listening to Small Shop Fundraising! We will see you for the 2nd Season next year! 

    Small Shop Fundraising is a podcast dedicated to the small to medium sized nonprofits and the topics and issues facing them today. Liz Hack is the host of Small Shop Fundraising and Managing Consultant for Griffin Fundraising and Marketing. 

    To reach Liz, email her. 


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