Benjamin Domingue

Benjamin Domingue is American Philanthropic's Managing Consultant of Christian Ministries. Ben graduated from Louisiana State University with a degree in International Trade & Finance, where he also had the great blessing of playing football for the Tigers. During his time at LSU, Ben had a profound encounter with the Lord that led him back to faith and was the catalyst to serve as a missionary with The Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS). It was serving as a missionary that Ben felt the call to marry his two great passions: his love of faith and charitable works with proven, exceptional business practice.

Before joining American Philanthropic, Ben served as a major gifts officer with FOCUS for five and a half years and with another, local Denver nonprofit for a time. Ben graduated with an MBA from the University of Mary in Bismarck, North Dakota, with a concentration in Catholic Philanthropy. Ben offers experience in Christian-based transformational “non-transactional”  fundraising, major gifts, planned giving, and strategic planning. Ben resides in Centennial, CO with his wife and children.

How to think about your fundraising investment

Significant fundraising expenses are not only unproblematic—they are responsible if your goals are to grow and to ensure that that growth is sustainable.

Be not afraid . . . to invest in fundraising

Nonprofit leaders often worry about keeping their fundraising costs low, but that may be the wrong approach. The first in a two-part series on fundraising expenses.

Addressing donor fatigue

If you’re a fundraiser, you’re probably familiar with donor fatigue. Here’s what lies at the heart of that fatigue and how you can address it as a fundraiser.