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How Weinstein Hospice Uses Smart Segmentation to Identify Key Donors

How Weinstein Hospice Uses Smart Segmentation to Identify Key Donors

When it comes to fundraising, having the right information about your donors is …

Three Random Musings on End-of-Year Giving

Three Random Musings on End-of-Year Giving

By  Lawrence Henze Story original seen in Philanthropy Journal. For most nonprofits, colleges and …

Inspiring “Gifts of Gratitude” in Healthcare

Inspiring “Gifts of Gratitude” in Healthcare

The following article originally appeared in The NonProfit Times Live from bbcon newsletter. …

Building Impact Fundraising Capacity

Building Impact Fundraising Capacity

The following article originally appeared in The NonProfit Times Live from bbcon newsletter. …

11 Flavors of Peer-to-Peer Fundraising

11 Flavors of Peer-to-Peer Fundraising

The following article originally appeared in The NonProfit Times Live from bbcon newsletter. …

How to Nail the Soft Skills of Fundraising: The Face-to-Face Ask

How to Nail the Soft Skills of Fundraising: The Face-to-Face Ask

by Rachel Muir Does the thought of making a six figure ask make …

Year-End Planning for Legacy Gifts Starts NOW!

Year-End Planning for Legacy Gifts Starts NOW!

For the planned giving officer, it’s time to kick into high gear with marketing and gift-instruction reminders. Check out this list of ideas to get you started.

A Golden Nugget in Your Own Backyard

A Golden Nugget in Your Own Backyard

Looking for a way to jump start your staff campaign? Explore a new opportunity: Invite employees to consider a planned gift instead of or in addition to an annual contribution.

What’s the Future of Planned Giving?

What’s the Future of Planned Giving?

Programs that will be the most successful in the future will continually look forward, while also giving efforts time to take root. They’ll take the best of what they do and do more of it. They’ll assess what’s not working and make changes. They’ll continually seek out the changing face of the planned gift donor and they’ll try to meet them where they are.

Planning a Legacy that Honors Others

Planning a Legacy that Honors Others

Earlier in the week, I did a not-so-exhaustive search of the Internet to see how many organizations promote planned gifts as ways to honor or memorialize another. I was shocked to find exactly one example.

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