As coronavirus cases mount, fundraising has ground to a halt at some organizations but is being transformed at others. ALG senior consultants and advisors share insights about the current landscape and how to navigate.
As colleges and universities continue to work through the acute phase of the coronavirus crisis, Aspen Leadership Group saw a need to reach out to Vice Presidents to talk peer-to-peer and share challenges, successes, and ideas that could be shared more broadly. Don Hasseltine observed four key considerations for other advancement leaders as they enter the next phase of response, and collected innovative ideas to move forward.
Our Covid-19 Resources page offers the ALG community resources for navigating this difficult time. We have provided briefings on how to embrace donors and volunteers as partners, manage and motivate remote teams, and adapt to new realities for hiring and fostering team culture. Additional resources from the philanthropy sector address fundraising, CARES Act legislation and relief efforts for nonprofits, and recommendations from public health organizations.
A book club could help you engage staff, leadership, and volunteers to grow women’s philanthropy by creating structured learning, an opportunity to evaluate current practices and share new ideas, and incentive to shift behaviors and strategies.
Large gifts from donors can transform an orchestra. But how to get there? Trine Sorensen, who serves on the boards of orchestras and other nonprofit arts groups, offers an insider’s perspective on the strategies that lead to principal gifts and features best practices from ALG.
If we want women to give generously to our organizations, the first impression we make matters. Does your organization’s public face suggest that women’s offerings of time, money and leadership are welcomed and valued?
In collaboration with the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy, ALG presents a new whitepaper that reviews research and offers recommendations for leaders to improve diversity and inclusion in advancement.
Today’s speed of change will require leaders to find new ways to navigate this pace. My recent conversations with 12 VPs uncovered a shift in how they’re thinking about our work and its rapid evolution. As you enter planning season with your advancement team, keep the following six shifts in mind.
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