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Video Playlists From Nonprofit Radio

Here are three playlists from over 100 interviews that I’ve shot at conferences like Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC), National Conference on Philanthropic Planning (NCPP) & Fundraising Day. The playlists are Planned GivingSocial Media, & Donor Relations.

Playlists:

Nonprofit Radio, March 30, 2012: Planned Gift Prospects By Phone, Tanya Says Farewell to PPP & Kony Complexities

Big Nonprofit Ideas for the Other 95%

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My Guests:

Mindy Aleman: Planned Gift Prospects By Phone
Mindy Aleman from Kent State University takes the role of professor to teach you how to identify Planned Giving prospects from your phone-based fundraising. She’s been doing it for years with great success. (Pre-recorded at the National Conference on Philanthropic Planning last year.)

 

Tanya Howe Johnson: Tanya Says Farewell to PPP
Tanya Howe Johnson sat with me at last year’s Partnership for Philanthropic Planning conference to say goodbye to the organization she has led for 20 years. She retires in April.

 

Gene Takagi & Emily Chan
Gene Takagi & Emily Chan: Kony Complexities

Our regular legal contributors, Gene Takagi and Emily Chan of the Nonprofit & Exempt Organizations Law Group, look at issues around the viral “Kony 2012” video.

 

 


Top Trends. Sound Advice. Lively Conversation.

You’re on the air and on target as I delve into the big issues facing your nonprofit—and your career.

If you have big dreams but a small budget, tune in to Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio.

I interview the best in the business on every topic from board relations, fundraising, social media and compliance, to technology, accounting, volunteer management, finance, marketing and beyond. Always with you in mind.

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Here is a link to the audio podcast: 085: Planned Gift Prospects By Phone, Tanya Says Farewell to PPP & Kony Complexities

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Nonprofit Radio, January 27, 2012: Looking At Giving, 2011 & 2012, & Breaking The Mold In Traditional Endowment Design

Big Nonprofit Ideas for the Other 95%

Sponsored by GE Grace corporate real estate services.

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My Guests:

Rob Mitchell

Rob Mitchell: Looking At Giving, 2011 & 2012

Rob Mitchell, CEO of Atlas of Giving, is with me to talk about 2011’s giving by sector, source and state. We’ll also look ahead to his forecast for this year.

 

Interviewing Kathryn Miree & Turney Berry
Kathryn Miree & Turney Berry: Breaking The Mold In Traditional Endowment Design

From the National Conference on Philanthropic Planning last year, Kathryn Miree, consultant, and attorney, Turney Berry, look at alternatives to endowment design that are rooted in lawsuits, law changes and difficulties implementing donor purposes that have arisen with the way endowments are traditionally set up.

 



Top Trends. Sound Advice. Lively Conversation.

You’re on the air and on target as I delve into the big issues facing your nonprofit—and your career.

If you have big dreams but a small budget, tune in to Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio.

I interview the best in the business on every topic from board relations, fundraising, social media and compliance, to technology, accounting, volunteer management, finance, marketing and beyond. Always with you in mind.

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“Like” the show’s Facebook page.

Make sure to tune in at 1pm ET on Friday and participate in the live tweet by following the #NonprofitRadio hashtag on Twitter.

Here is the link to the podcast: 076: Looking At Giving, 2011 & 2012 and Breaking The Mold In Traditional Endowment Design

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Nonprofit Radio for Dec. 10, 2010: Death Won’t Stop Me & Endowment Emergency

Big Nonprofit Ideas for the Other 95%

Compliance. Board relations. Fundraising. Technology. Volunteer management. Accounting. Finance. Marketing. Social media. Investments.

Every nonprofit faces these issues and big nonprofits have experts in each. Small and medium size nonprofits have Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio. Trusted experts throughout the country join Tony to take on the tough issues facing your organization.

Episode 19 of Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio for December 10, 2010

Tony’s Guests:

Reynolds Cafferata, Esq. – Reynolds Cafferata, Esq. is an attorney with the law firm of Rodriguez, Horii, Choi & Cafferata in Los Angeles. His firm represents nonprofits and their donors.

Topic: Death Won’t Stop Me: Multigenerational Philanthropy:
Donors who don’t want to stop giving to you merely because they’ve died can use different legal structures to continue their philanthropy through generations. Reynolds Cafferata, Esq. joined me at the National Conference on Philanthropic Planning to explain.

Kathryn Miree – Kathryn W. Miree is the president and primary consultant for Kathryn W. Miree & Associates, Inc. Ms. Miree provides a full range of planned giving, endowment, and foundation management services designed to help charities build long-term financial stability through planned gifts and endowment.

Topic: Endowment Emergency:
Kathryn believes there’s a crisis swirling around how endowments are invested, allocated and spent. She joined me and Raymund Flandez of The Chronicle of Philanthropy at the National Conference on Philanthropic Planning to share solutions and best practices.

Here is the link to the podcast: 021: Death Won’t Stop Me and Endowment Emergency

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Nonprofit Radio for Dec. 3, 2010: How To Cripple Your Career & Tax Policy

Big Nonprofit Ideas for the Other 95%

Compliance. Board relations. Fundraising. Technology. Volunteer management. Accounting. Finance. Marketing. Social media. Investments.

Every nonprofit faces these issues and big nonprofits have experts in each. Small and medium size nonprofits have Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio. Trusted experts throughout the country join Tony to take on the tough issues facing your organization.

Episode 18 of Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio for December 3, 2010

Tony’s Guests:

Robert Sharpe – Robert Sharpe, Jr. is president of The Sharpe Group. He has over 25 years of nonprofit fund development and consulting experience. He has helped hundreds of leading nonprofit organizations and institutions plan, develop, and implement successful major gift planning and endowment development efforts.

Topic: How To Cripple Your Career In 5 Easy Steps.  You’ll learn how Planned Giving fundraisers can shoot their careers in the foot. My interview with Robert from the National Conference on Philanthropic Planning continues with part 2.

Emily Lam & Perry Wasserman – Emily has worked in the Office of Tax Policy at the Treasury Department. Now she is with a prestigious D.C. law firm. Perry is a lobbyist who works exclusively with nonprofits.

Topic: “Tax Policy & The Future Of Philanthropic Planning.  These two also joined me at NCPP to talk about what a new Congress might hold for nonprofits. This was recorded before November’s election, but we were pretty certain the election would turn out as it did.

Here is the link to the podcast: 020: Career Killers and Legislative Update

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