529: Relationships With Funders – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Relationships With Funders
There’s too much transactionalism and not enough relationship building between nonprofits and their institutional funders. Are you a transactionalist? Do you want to walk toward the light of relationship fundraising with foundations and corporations? Shavonn Richardson can show you the path. She’s CEO of Think and Ink Grant Consulting. 

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483: Build Your Grantmaker Relationships – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Build Your Grantmaker Relationships
Our panel of grantmakers and a grantee reveal savvy strategies for building and maintaining relationships with your institutional funders. Foundations are made of people. How do you get close to them? This is a panel I moderated at The Foundation Center in New York City. Back when there was a The Foundation Center. It’s now Candid.org. (Originally aired February 16, 2018)

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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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476: Relationship Fundraising – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Relationship Fundraising 
There’s a lot of conventional wisdom about how to be donor centric and build strong relationships. But what does social psychology research tell us about how to achieve these and what your donors expect from you at each relationship stage? Adrian Sargeant is chief executive of The Philanthropy Centre. (Originally aired March 18, 2016)

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465: Buy-In Bitches & Process Blocking Your Progress? – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Buy-In Bitches
I gave that title to Carrie Lewis Carlson and Lara Koch as they explained how to get your boss to listen to you; to get your boss’s buy-in when you get it—and they don’t. They’re savvy, they’re straightforward and they shared tons of strategies. They’re bitchin’. Carrie is from CLC Consulting and Lara is at Smithsonian Institutions. (Originally aired 11/9/18)

Process Blocking Your Progress?
Stephanie Zasyatkina wants you to pay attention to your org’s workflow. Identifying and overcoming pain points and inefficiencies will put your methods in line with your mission. She’s with InReach Solutions. (Also from 11/9/18.)

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464: This Could Be Our Future – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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This Could Be Our Future
Yancey Strickler is co-founder of Kickstarter and he’s written a book that’s a manifesto for a more generous world. We’ll talk about his vision for the hour.

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443: Giving Tuesday 2019 Part I & Candid – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Giving Tuesday 2019 Part 1
It’s time to start your prep for this rapidly growing giving day, this year on December 3rd. Asha Curran, CEO of Giving Tuesday, gets you started.

Candid
GuideStar and The Foundation Center have merged to form Candid. Their respective former CEOs are with me to explain what it means for your nonprofit. They’re Jacob Harold and Brad Smith, Candid’s CEO.

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439: Nobody Reads Your PDFs & Map Your Data – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Nobody Reads Your PDFs
Formatting your reports and research in PDF may bore your audiences to where they refuse to read your stuff. Our panel from the Nonprofit Technology Conference helps you assess what’s best for your nonprofit’s content, including interactive formats. They’re Genie Gratto at GWRITES; Meghan Hess from Campaign Legal Center; and Nathan Gasser with Report Kitchen.

Map Your Data
Salim Sawaya shares ways to visualize your outcomes data on maps, which can revolutionize how you think about and deliver services. He has free and low cost mapping tools. He’s from Esri.

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435: Grit: Succeding As A Woman In Tech & Great Ideas – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Grit: Succeeding As A Woman In Tech
Our panel takes on the common challenges facing women in tech as they share their own stories and reveal lots of strategies for succeeding in this overwhelmingly male-dominated career. They’re Marisa Lopez, Sara Chieco, Tami Lau & Aparna Kothary. (Recorded at the 2019 Nonprofit Technology Conference.)

Great Ideas
Also from 19NTC, we get methods for generating strong—even breakthrough—ideas, every day, with help on how to choose and implement the best ones. Our panel is Graziella Jackson & Marcy Rye.

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409: How Foundations Make Decisions: Data Matters – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Grace Sato, knowledge services manager at Foundation Center, and Nicole Lee, senior manager of corporate and community affairs for United Airlines.

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