482a: Special Episode: Coronavirus Communications – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Special Episode: Coronavirus Communications
Our third Special Episode features Sarah Durham, CEO of Big Duck. Amidst our pandemic, when’s the right timing for the right messages to the right audiences? She also explains her 5 principles of tone and style.

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482: John Haydon Tribute – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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John Haydon Tribute
A well respected and widely known digital fundraising expert with a willing smile, John Haydon died at 53 in February, after a 26-month fight against a rare cancer. He was twice a guest on Nonprofit Radio. He shares his spoken wisdom with us one last time.

His final written wisdom is in his posthumously published book, “Donor CARE.” 

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481a: Coronavirus & Nonprofit Fundraising – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Special Episode: Coronavirus & Nonprofit Fundraising
Coronavirus needs no introduction. We’re recording on Monday, March 23rd. Nonprofits are scrambling and struggling. The scrambling to adapt to workflow and personal upheavals will subside. The struggle will get worse: The need among those you help has increased and will become greater. Expenses of all sorts, from helping those in need, to disinfecting offices, to increased reliance on technology, are rising. At the same time, there’s financial pressure on your donors, in the face of firings, layoffs and work reductions. Is it wise to spend? Can you count on your donors when this is over? Can you fundraise in the midst of the crisis? My guest is Paul Schervish, retired director of the Center on Wealth and Philanthropy at Boston College.

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481: Your Organization’s Health – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Your Organization’s Health 
At ZERO, The End of Prostate Cancer, they have a culture grounded in high responsibility, high freedom, transparency, accountability, curiosity and adaptability. They’re a Nonprofit Times 50 Best Places To Work. Jamie Bearse is ZERO’s CEO.

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480: Sexual Harassment In Nonprofits – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Sexual Harassment In Nonprofits
It’s everywhere. Our community is no exception. In this week when Harvey Weinstein was sentenced, we return to the perspective from late October 2017, when the allegations against him had just gone public. Attorney Lisa Brauner provides legal perspective for women and organizations. She’s a partner at Perlman+Perlman law firm in New York City. (Originally aired October 27, 2017) 

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480a: Special Episode: Coronavirus & Nonprofits – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Special Episode: Coronavirus & Nonprofits
My guest for this special, short episode is attorney Lisa Brauner. We cover the laws that govern your organization and the policies you may need to enact. Staying level-headed, how do you handle travel, your workplaces, parent employees, freaked out employees, and keep all your stakeholders safe? Lisa is a partner at Perlman+Perlman law firm in New York City. 

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479a: Welcome, Spotify! – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Welcome to Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio! Big Nonprofit Ideas for the Other 95%.

We’re the #1 podcast for nonprofits, with over 13,000 listeners each week. Our 500th show and 10th Anniversary is July 2020!

Each week I pick the brains of leading thinkers, authors and trusted experts to help our listeners in small- and mid size nonprofits tackle the tough issues: Board relations; Fundraising; Volunteer management; Prospect research; Legal compliance; Finance; Donor relations; Public relations; Marketing; Technology; Social media.

Every nonprofit struggles with these issues. Big nonprofits hire experts. The other 95% listen to Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio.

If you have big dreams but a small budget, you have a home right here. Join us!

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479: Your Board As Relationship Fundraisers & Maria’s Free Resources – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Your Board As Relationship Fundraisers
There’s more to board fundraising than parlor evenings and give/get. Your members can engage your networks and build relationships around giving. Peter Heller shows you how. He’s principal of Heller Fundraising Group.

Maria’s Free Resources
They’re Candid.org for foundation research and FEC.gov for campaign contributions. Maria Semple unlocks their treasures. She’s our prospect research contributor and The Prospect Finder.

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478: Get To The Next Level – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Get To The Next Level
Stop overlooking investment-level giving opportunities because you’re spending too much time on events and Facebook ads. Sherry Quam Taylor walks through how to start your major giving program or how to fine tune and kick it up a notch. She’s a fundraising consultant and coach.

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477: Hiring Your Audit Firm & Equitable Compensation – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Hiring Your Audit Firm
When it’s time to change your auditors, what do you look for? And how best to work together? I talk through the relationship with Yigit Uctum, a partner at Wegner CPAs. 

Equitable Compensation 
Is your compensation schedule fair? What does that mean and why should you care? Gene Takagi returns for a full discussion. He’s our legal contributor and principal of NEO, the Nonprofit & Exempt Organizations Law Group. 

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