72% of donors would consider giving more this year if… Check out our new blog post to find out the answer and 5 key fundraising tips for your New Year. Fundraising Focus for the New Year
We are proud of our team, always taking on leadership roles, ready to promote philanthropy and fundraising throughout the country. As of January 1, Kate Boyles has stepped up to serve as president-elect of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Central Virginia Chapter. Congrats!
Treat yourself to some engaging and educational programs in 2020. Check out our latest blog post for some of the upcoming opportunities.
Hope it’s a great #GivingTuesday for ALL our nonprofit friends. Support your favorite charity today and kick off the biggest giving season of the year.
What is a DAF and how do they work? Why are DAFs growing so fast? How can you cultivate and solicit donors using DAFs? Learn that, and MORE! January 22 at 2 p.m. EST Register today for this FREE webinar Although they aren’t “new,” donor-advised funds sure are a “hot” topic of discussion…. Read more »
Victoria Dietz, The Curtis Group Tuesday, September 10, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm The Path Foundation – Warrenton VA Fundraising Resolution #1: Get more organized! We all know that organization and proper planning are key in any successful nonprofit. For philanthropy professionals, this means creating a strategic development plan that will allow you to set… Read more »
Keith Curtis will be presenting with the Association of Fundraising Professionals International on donor-advised funds. In this webinar, you will learn how to ensure that you and your nonprofit are proactive and capitalizing on this donor-friendly giving vehicle. Register for this webinar today.
Victoria Dietz will present with host Steven Shattuck as part of Bloomerang’s free educational webinars. Register today! July 18, 2019 from 2 p.m. – 3 p.m. Building Fundraising Capacity Be it in major campaign mode, or focusing on your annual fund, how do you build your internal capacity to see better results?… Read more »