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This presentation provides an overview of Indiana foundations, as well as tips for identifying, approaching and communicating with potential funders. IGA members may customize this presentation for their own use.
Foundations are committing more resources than ever before to communicating about their work and missions -- yet grantees continue to give funders low marks when it comes to fostering a clear understanding of what the foundation is trying to accomplish and where they fit in. To address this gap, Spitfire Strategies developed From Big Ideas to Big Change.
Foundations must give serious thought to how much should be given away today and what should be saved for the future. Written with a particular advocacy position, this academic paper from the Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations provides a good summary of both sides of the foundation payout debate.
Smart Chart 3.0 is particularly useful for those without a formal communications background.
An excellent tipsheet of Do's and Don'ts during the interview process with media developed by Tom Wadsworth of Wadsworth Communications.
Do you receive questions and inquires about planned gifts from donors or professional advisors? Do you need a bequest brochure for a donor meeting or seminar? What marketing resources are available since the IRA Rollover is now permanent? In th
This workshop, designed to connect Indiana’s philanthropic and corporate sectors, will focus on ways businesses, nonprofit organizations, and community foundations can best leverage collective resources to fuel Hoosier health.
We’re all so busy. Information coming at us left and right. To-do lists a mile long. And, something always falls off the plate, because…there is so much to read, learn and know these days.
Servant’s Heart Research discusses the importance of communicating impact with donors.