This is the podcast I produce for The Chronicle of Philanthropy. It’s a monthly, 10-minute burst of savvy fundraising tips from expert guests. This first round-up includes strategies on donor cultivation; tricks for #GivingTuesday; Planned Giving; and corporate foundation giving.
Henry Timms is the founder of #GivingTuesday. He shares its origins; how it did in 2014; how your nonprofit can participate; and takes on the critics.
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The 2nd annual national day of giving—#GivingTuesday—was December 3 in the U.S. The purpose is to refocus the country on giving after Thanksgiving, which is followed by consumption on Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday. (No corporate interest has claimed Sunday. I predict a religious or atheist group will.)
Giving Tuesday was a big success. Many thousands of charities were in, as well as cities, countries and the White House.
Here’s my round-up of round-ups. A content carnival for Giving Tuesday.