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48 minutes | 15 days ago
Donor records and accounting with Courtney DeRonde
Courtney DeRonde is Managing Partner at TDT CPAs and Advisors, which outsourced accounting services at varying levels for businesses, including nonprofit organizations. Part of how TDT works with clients is in decision-making on what accounting systems do versus what information should be left in other data-management systems. Host Steve Boland talks with Courtney about integrating accounting software like Quickbooks with outside systems (specifically donor relationship management software), using that information to monitor cash flow or forward projections, accounting for pledges in accounting software, and much more! Courtney has a free e-Book to help think through these issues.
48 minutes | a month ago
Sponsorship revenue with Ken Ungar
Ken Ungar is the president and founder of CHARGE, whose "mission is to help clients unlock the power of sponsorship to enhance their brands and grow their business." The world of sponsorship had often been associated with events in the past, but in a world of limited numbers of people doing in-person gatherings, that opportunity is changing. Ken talks about having a sponsorship policy (learn what questions to ask in that policy with this template), to conduct a readiness assessment (available on the CHARGE website), and to really consider the value proposition of giving a partner access to your nonprofit audience. Ken has a book on this topic, and shares his thoughts on corporate participation as sponsors, how this works with charitable gifts from the same organization or related groups, and much more.
45 minutes | a month ago
Fundraising software guide with Amadie Hart
Amadie Hart is the lead researcher of the recently updated "A Consumers Guide to Low-Cost Fundraising Software published by Tech Impact, which helps charities consider "...systems that facilitate work from any geographic location, that allow them to collect donations online, and that allow them to communicate directly with their donors." Amadie joins host Steve Boland to discuss how the team decided which systems to review (for example, these systems are all cloud-based now), how use cases would be defined, information about pricing and so much more.
46 minutes | 2 months ago
Nonprofit outreach and HIPAA with Spencer Brooks
Spencer Brooks is the Founder and Principal of Brooks Digital, which "believe(s) in your mission and know(s) you have the tools and information to help your constituents, you just don’t know how to orchestrate it all together to boost traffic, engagement, memberships, and subscribers." Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations exist to protect health-care consumers, and charities want to stay on the right side of those rules while asking their clients and supporters to stay connected with them outside any direct service relationship. Spencer talks with host Steve Boland about how to ask for permission to share marketing information, three levels of HIPAA-compliant marketing for nonprofits, and even going back to build a relationship with past clients if permission wasn't originally requested. Check out the links provided by Brooks Digital for more information.
44 minutes | 3 months ago
Facebook fundraising with Mark Cross
Mark Cross is the Sales Director at GoodUnited, which is "is the worldwide leader in 1:1 conversational messaging between nonprofits and their donors." Mark joins host Steve Boland to talk about the "why" of using Facebook for fundraising, including the fact it is going to happen with or without your nonprofits engagement. Mark also gets into the "how" of using Facebook tools, including a blog post from GoodUnited with information about how to get approved with Facebook to get more information about Facebook fundraising. Despite acknowledged concerns about Facebook as a platform (see the StopHateForProfit campaign for example), many potential supporters will use this space and charities can benefit from being intentional about engagement and strategy.
42 minutes | 3 months ago
Fundraising While Black with Dominque Calixte
Dominque Calixte is "a millennial and fundraising professional" with "an interest in helping to activate millennials as change-makers through philanthropy and effective DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) practice in the fundraising space." Dominque joins host Steve Boland to talk about her perspective on Fundraising While Black. She shares her insights into systemic problems in hiring and advancing people of color in the fundraising space, and in nonprofit work more broadly. Topics include donor advised funds, access to networks, turnover in the field and more.
43 minutes | 4 months ago
Google Ads and donations with Steven Aguiar
Steven Aguiar is the founder of Good Goes Further, which "empowers nonprofit leaders to understand, embrace, and wield their digital marketing powers for good." Steven joins host Steve Boland to talk about using Google Ads to drive donations to charities. The Google Ads program donates search advertising to clients (learn more in our podcast on Google Ads) but once in the system it takes strategy and testing to direct search traffic into financial support for a mission. Steven talks about using pixels to re-market to past visitors, keeping up on the quality of search click throughs, augmenting donated search ads with paid tools, and much more!
41 minutes | 5 months ago
#StopHateForProfit and Facebook with Megan Anhalt
Megan Anhalt is the Chief Strategy Officer and COO of Whole Whale, "a B Corp digital agency that leverages data and tech to increase the impact of social impact organizations." Megan joins host Steve Boland to talk about the #StopHateForProfit campaign, sponsored by groups such as ADL, NAACP, Color of Change and more. The sponsoring groups are urging for-profit companies to "pause" all advertising spending on Facebook, hoping the platform will make changes to "stop generating ad revenue from misinformation and harmful content." The campaign is targeted at for-profit companies, but the nonprofit sector has a lot consider about the problems with Facebook, the future of using that tool, and understanding all their other options to reach potential supporters, engage donors and more. Megan talks about how Whole Whale engages clients in evaluating what is right for them work, mission, and future given these concerns. Get more details on how to subscribe on our podcast page.
49 minutes | 6 months ago
Video for nonprofits with Doug Scott
Doug Scott is the Founder and CEO of Tectonic Video, which believes "Video is the future, and nonprofits need to quickly adapt to this new reality." Doug joins host Steve Boland to talk about logical steps in video production and measurement for nonprofits. When to use the camera in your phone, when to hire a professional, and how to think about video as both a tool for expanding support for your work as well as a mission-accomplishing tactic.
45 minutes | 7 months ago
The post-Coronavirus future with Vanessa Wakeman
Vanessa Wakeman is a Nonprofit Futurist, speaker, and CEO of the Wakeman Agency, "a social change agency that helps amplify the voices of mission-driven causes and the people that lead them." Vanessa joins host Steve Boland to talk about what we changes may echo into the longer-term future as a result of the pandemic. Charities should consider faster responses with more remote actions, building audiences regardless of geography, more equitable financial support to leaders of color in the sector, and much more! Listen now by clicking the player above, download the file for later here, or subscribe to the podcast on your phone for automatic updates. Get more details on how to subscribe on our podcast page.
41 minutes | 7 months ago
FunFunding with Corey Harnish
Corey Harnish is a Partner at FunFunding, an "online games platform (which) enables our users to support causes they choose through prizes provided by corporate sponsors." Corey joins host Steve Boland to talk about the FunFunding platform, how it works, sponsorship, connections with players and the pathway to supporters, the impact of gamification as a tool on engagement, and much more! Listeners may also wish to review the episode on Virtue Reality to learn about building custom games (vs. using existing games which don't require installation.) Get more details on how to subscribe on our podcast page.
46 minutes | 7 months ago
Coronavirus relief programs with Jeff Baker
Jeff Baker is Associate Clinical Professor of Law and Assistant Dean of Clinical Education & Global Programs at Pepperdine Caruso School of Law, and Director of the Community Justice Clinic. Jeff joins host Steve Boland to discuss the federal government response to the Coronavirus economic impact, and in particular the relief programs funded in the CARES Act: The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) program. Nonprofits organizations are eligible to apply in both programs, and Jeff discusses what we know of the programs so far, and what nonprofits should consider in applying for these loans, what is forgivable (essentially converting to grants) and what needs to be repaid. As of this recording (April 21, 2020) additional funding was still pending in the Congress, but PPP funds had already been oversubscribed. The Community Justice Clinic has resources available, as does the National Council of Nonprofits. All charities are urged to stay in contact with their representation in Congress, telling them how relief efforts to date are impacting your mission.
43 minutes | 8 months ago
Post-coronavirus fundraising with Martin Leifeld
Martin Leifeld is an author, consultant, coach and public speaker. During his 24 years of professional fundraising, Martin and his teams raised a staggering $500 million dollars. Martin joins host Steve Boland to discuss the big changes happening in fundraising in a post-coronavirus world. Martin emphasizes relationships with donors as a key driver of how to respond to rapidly changing forces in the development world. Outside tactics like GivingTuesdayNow can impact donors and conversations, as well as impacts from secondary factors such as stock market fluctuations, possible impacts on employment and partner organizations and more. Martin talks about communication as a key, even in times when you may choose a different message for donors than a request for financial support.
42 minutes | 8 months ago
Fundraiser Turnover with Mazarine Treyz
Mazarine Treyz is the Founder and CEO of Wild Woman Fundraising, which supports both organizations and individuals to become more successful fundraisers for their work. Mazarine joins host Steve Boland to talk about the long-standing issue of turnover in fund development staff for charities. Some staff may leave a position early for unrelated reasons, but often the high churn in development staff is due to poor expectations, poor communication of those expectations, or poor support to grow tools and staff over time. Mazarine emphasizes her experience with building a pipeline, mentoring newer development staff (and board and others!), and knowing the value of making the right hire and building realistic goals to celebrate. Get more on our podcast page.
45 minutes | 8 months ago
NAACP ACT-SO and Google.org
Chelsea Seabron is Manager with Google.org, and Larry Brown, Jr. is the National Director of the NAACP ACT-SO (Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics) program. ACT-SO " is a yearlong achievement program designed to recruit, stimulate, and encourage high academic and cultural achievement among African-American high school students." Google.org has announced a three year, $3 million dollar grant with accompanying Google employee volunteer hours to help bring ACT SO to more communities and more students. Larry and Chelsea talk to host Steve Boland about the history of ACT SO, the decision by Google.org to support that work, the nature of bringing a program to scale over time, the impact of ACT SO on young people over time, and much more. Check out the Google.org ad about ACT SO.
45 minutes | 9 months ago
Allocating costs with Tosha Anderson, the Charity CFO
Tosha Anderson is The Charity CFO, which "was founded to offer accounting and thought leadership skills to nonprofit organizations." Tosha brings over 30 years of experience in nonprofit accounting to her clients, and serves groups of all sizes and missions. Host Steve Boland talks to Tosha about allocating costs for programs to better tell a nonprofit story. Some funders limit "management and general" or indirect costs to programs, but part of raising the necessary resources to support a nonprofit mission is telling the full story of all costs involved. Tosha discusses methods to allocate indirect costs, using that information to make better management decisions, and understanding when funder limits may be causing problems for specific programs. More at https://NextInNonprofits.com/podcast.
42 minutes | 10 months ago
Nonprofit Communications Engine with Sarah Durham
Sarah Durham is the CEO of Big Duck, a communications consulting organization which specializes in "developing the voices of determined nonprofits." Sarah's new book, The Nonprofit Communications Engine, "outlines a simple model for nonprofit communicators and leaders that makes it easier for them to leverage communications in order to advance their mission. " Sarah joins host Steve Boland to discuss the metaphor of the Engine to envision interrelated parts moving toward a goal, a free, self-assessment tool to begin this work. the different types of engagement and measurements, and much more. Listen now by clicking the player above, download the file for later here, or subscribe to the podcast on your phone for automatic updates. Get more details on how to subscribe on our podcast page.
44 minutes | 10 months ago
Tech Impact Data Consulting with Erica Blake and Lee Broderick
Erica Blake and Lee Broderick are consultants with Tech Impact, a nonprofit whose mission is help other charities "realize the potential of technology to achieve their mission and improve outcomes." Tech Impact provides consulting services for nonprofits in several areas. Erica and Lee join host Steve Boland to discuss the choices and challenges faced by charities upgrading from their initial tools, such as moving from a separate donor system and communications to a more comprehensive customer relationship management (CRM) system. They discuss the potential high-cost of "free", examining culture in choosing next systems, total cost of ownership and more. Listen now by clicking the player above, download the file for later, or subscribe to the podcast on your phone for automatic updates. Get more details on how to subscribe on our podcast page.
31 minutes | a year ago
Salesforce and Sustainable Development Goals
Salesforce is a customer relationship management platform which offers donated licenses to nonprofits under Salesforce.org. Salesforce holds an annual conference on their platform each year called Dreamforce, and this year emphasized the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a part of that conference. Naomi Morenzoni is Vice President of Philanthropy Strategy at Salesforce. Sunya Norman is Director, Sustainability at Salesforce. They join host Steve Boland to talk about the SDGs in relation to Salesforce, how charities can see themselves contributing to that picture, and how to learn more from tools such as as the Trailmix (online training) from Salesforce on the SDGs. https://NextInNonprofits.com/podcastSalesforce :: Salesforce.org :: United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) :: Naomi Morenzoni :: Sunya Norman :: Trailmix on SDGs ::
28 minutes | a year ago
Philanthropy Cloud at Dreamforce
William Browning is Chief Strategy and Transformation Officer of United Way Worldwide, which “improves lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities around the world to advance the common good.” Stephanie Slingerland is Director of Philanthropy/Social Impact for Kellogg Company. William and Stephanie joined host Steve Boland live at the Dreamforce Conference 2019 to talk about Philanthropy Cloud, an integrated tool for companies using the Salesforce platform to engage employees in giving back in communities. That giving can be financial, or volunteer time, or combinations of those things, but also can involve fellow employees, matching gifts, and more. The conversation discusses United Way as a key philanthropic partner, emerging tools such as mobile apps and skill-based volunteering, and the evolution of the platform and uses in companies such as Kellogg. https://nextinnonprofits.com/podcastWilliam Browning :: United Way Worldwide :: Stephanie Slingerland :: Philanthropy Cloud :: Dreamforce :: Salesforce.org ::
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