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Q & A Vlog Series: What Makes an Effective Leader?

Q: What is Val Jones’ definition of an effective leader? Do you have any real-world examples?

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C-19 Blog #4 – Social Media Fundraising-When You Have No Time

OVERARCHING PRINCIPLE

CREATE ONE C-19 CAMPAIGN AND ADAPT EXISTING MATERIALS TO SUPPORT IT. THE THEMED CAMPAIGN IS MORE EFFECTIVE THAN MANY DISCONNECTED POSTS AND WILL SAVE YOU TIME.

STEP ONE: DEVELOP YOUR CAMPAIGN

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C-19 Blog #3 – Individual Donor Fundraising-Start Easy Checklist

OVERARCHING PRINCIPLES

Speed, volume, simplicity and urgency matter.

The sooner you ask donors, the more they can give. Philanthropic capacity and responsiveness tend to decline as a crisis wears on https://ejewishphilanthropy.com/what-happens-to-charitable-giving-when-the-economy-falters/

People are getting swamped with C-19 communications. Your open rates may be down 20% to 30% and require more frequent contact to reach your donors. Their patience may be limited, so keep your message simple. Don’t mess around. Get to the point. Urgency matters. If you can’t answer the questions, Why give to you? Why now? others can.

Retention. If you represent a nonprofit that’s not on the frontline fight against COVID-19, such as arts, cultural and environmental causes, donor retention is particularly important. Keep the donors you have. Thank them, engage them and then ask for their support.

STEP ONE: THANK INDIVIDUAL DONORS

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C-19 Blog #2 – Activate Your Board-Deeper Dive

OVERARCHING PRINCIPLE: ESTABLISH “NEW NORMAL”.

Example: Board governance and engagement plan for next 3-9 months.

Here’s some steps to getting your board back in motion.

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C-19 Blog #1- Activate everyone! Board, Staff and Volunteers

OVERARCHING PRINCIPLE: KEEP YOUR LEADERS ENGAGED

If you ever needed your board, you need them now. Keep them engaged virtually.

STEP ONE: HAVE A ONE–PAGE PLAN

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How Do You Read a Room?

Take-away: Verbal and non-verbal cues will help you gauge donors and get bigger gifts. 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_V9LSQuYGa4&feature=youtu.be

Don’t forget to book your Nonprofit Hero talk and training!

You’ll find more fundraising tips and techniques inNonprofit Hero, Five Easy Steps to Successful Board Fundraising, available on Amazon, or for free from your local library. And via my blog,TwitterFacebookand LinkedIn pages. Schedule a game-changing board retreat that’ll turn your volunteers into Nonprofit Fundraising Heroes, contact email hidden; JavaScript is required

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Q&A with Valerie Jones, Bower & Co. Consulting LLC

Do you want to become your nonprofit’s fundraising hero? Follow the link below to access Val Jones’ Q&A with Bower & Co. Consulting LLC for quick tips on board fundraising.

http://gailbower.com/blog/2019/11/6/qa-with-val-jones.html

Don’t forget to book your Nonprofit Hero talk and training!

You’ll find more fundraising tips and techniques in Nonprofit Hero, Five Easy Steps to Successful Board Fundraising, available on Amazon, or for free from your local library. And via my blog, TwitterFacebook and LinkedIn pages. Schedule a game-changing board retreat that’ll turn your volunteers into Nonprofit Fundraising Heroes, contact email hidden; JavaScript is required.

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