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American Cancer Society | Greater Giving Thought Leadership Summit

Lindsey Pew, of the American Cancer Society, describes her fundraising challenges at this year’s Thought Leadership Summit. Lindsey is the Director of Distinguished Partners Market Strategy at the American Cancer Society and works closely with staff to build relationships with volunteers and donors. Greater Giving technology, particularly Go Time, has helped the American Cancer Society… Read More »

4 Ways to Thank Event Night Volunteers

Volunteers are the backbone of a nonprofit organization. They’re not employees, and they’re not getting a paycheck—they’re only here out of the goodness of their heart. Understandably, it takes time to woo, train, and initiate a new volunteer. So once you’ve done the legwork recruiting him or her, it’s more than worth it to keep them!… Read More »

Seton Foundation | Greater Giving Thought Leadership Summit

JoAnne Hendricks is the Special Events Project Manager at Seton Foundation. She works with event coordinators for several events in the Austin area. At this year’s Thought Leadership Summit, she shared her thoughts on strategies for fundraising success. Greater Giving’s mobile bidding technology has helped Seton Foundation streamline their check-out process. Now, even with a… Read More »

St. Mary’s Academy | Greater Giving’s Thought Leadership Summit

At this year’s Thought Leadership Summit, Kat Reiner of St. Mary’s Academy shared her thoughts on the challenges of fundraising and the tools that help make the school successful. Kat is the Assistant Director of Special Events and works with three major fundraising events throughout the year. With Greater Giving software, St. Mary’s Academy now… Read More »

Free Wheelchair Mission

Free Wheelchair Mission | Greater Giving’s Thought Leadership Summit

Ariel Rigney is the Project and Event Manager for Free Wheelchair Mission in Southern California, which provides free wheelchairs to people in developing countries. We caught up with her at this year’s Thought Leadership Summit, where she shared with us her fundraising challenges and the Greater Giving tools that help her organization succeed. With Greater… Read More »

Guest Post: How Prospect Research Helps You Raise More at Events

Nonprofits do all they can to make the most of their events. They get creative with themes, offer interesting twists on the fundraising standards, and even diversify the way attendees can give. This article aims to give nonprofits another technique to add to the list: prospect research. Prospect research investigates your donor pool, typically looking… Read More »

Guest Post: How Companies Can Encourage Giving with Matching Gifts

Giving Tuesday is right around the corner, and many nonprofits are ramping up their #givingtuesday campaigns. While many people already know what Giving Tuesday is and have participated in the past, many individuals still do not. Companies can help change that by encouraging employee contributions during Giving Tuesday and by promoting their matching gift programs. Matching… Read More »

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Nonprofit Auction: The Knights Legacy Fundraiser

Very creative packages, a highly supportive community, and a motivated team of volunteers helped The King’s Academy successfully raise over $182,000! The funds raised will support TKA technology, theater, and turf improvements as well as provide financial aid. “We are deeply grateful to each and every person who helped make our KLF 2015 heartfelt and… Read More »