Capital campaigns put a lot of stress or an organization—when the economy is healthy. How do you navigate a campaign when times are bad?
When the going gets tough, the leaders step up. Here’s how to lead your nonprofit through a recession or other “bad times.”
Worried about shrinking foundation endowments? That’s going to happen during a recession, but that doesn’t mean you should pull back.
When the economic outlook is questionable, you need to think carefully about the value of your fundraising events.
You may feel the need to cut costs, but don’t be caught up into thinking that donor acquisition is the place to cut back.
A well-thought-out strategy is always a key ingredient for success. That doesn’t change when times are bad.
The fundamentals of fundraising don’t change whether times are good or times are bad. But applying those fundamentals well takes some careful thinking.
Stay tuned for a new series from American Philanthropic and Philanthropy Daily—”Fundraising When Times Are Bad”—to help you navigate today’s recession.
This economic downturn caught us all off guard. Nicole Rizkallah sat down with Jeremy Beer to discuss his new e-book, Fundraising When Times Are Bad, and his thoughts about fundraising through a pandemic and an economic downturn.