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Episode Info: Sarah Olivieri is a nonprofit business strategist, #1 International Best Selling Author, and former Executive Director. She has been featured on over 30 podcasts and is the creator of the Impact Method™ – a framework that helps nonprofits simplify their operations, build aligned teams, and make a bigger impact without getting overwhelmed or burning out. Sarah received her BA from the University of Chicago with a focus on globalization and its effect on marginalized cultures and holds a master’s degree in Humanistic and Multicultural Education from SUNY New Paltz. As the founder and heart behind PivotGround, Sarah helps nonprofits make a big impact with relative ease. What you’ll learn about in this episode: How a lot of nonprofit organizations are coming to Sarah for assistance with strategic planning to better adapt to the realities of the pandemic Why many of the pieces of fundraising advice don’t typically apply to smaller organizations just starting out, and why building a circle of major donors is key How engaging your employees to encourage small Facebook fundraisers on their birthdays can be a powerful way to get many small donations at once Why the for-profit industry has set an excellent example of how to create membership programs that are creative and offer value Why you should begin streamlining and systematizing your processes, including delegating or using smart automation Why limiting yourself to certain demographics and social groups only holds you back, and why authenticity is the key to speaking to all age groups Why creating new opportunities for members to engage with and get involved with your organization is the secret to attracting millennials Why it is important to get away from the events fundraising model, and why donation shouldn’t be a transactional event but should be about participation Why agility and robustness are the most important factors for organizations navigating the increasingly frequent world-changing challenges Why nonprofits should not be averse to taking risks, and why a willingness to take risks is the cornerstone of innovation Additional resources: Website: LinkedIn: Additional resources from Wild Apricot: Website: Episode Host, Alexandra Morgan’s LinkedIn: Facebook: Twitter: @WildApricot ...
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