Episode 9 - Interview with Aly Hall, Foundation for Endodontics - Peer to Peer Fundraising, Board and Volunteer Training, Goal Setting, and more

Today, our guest on The Philanthropy Podcast is Aly Hall, Director of Development at The Foundation for Endodontics. Aly helps us dive into a great discussion on Peer to Peer fundraising, goal setting, providing training and mentoring for volunteers and board members, and more. 

Our discussion with Aly provides information about the advantages and disadvantages of a peer to peer fundraising model, the challenges of acknowledging and thanking volunteers who are spread out across the country, how to train volunteers in a way that isn't overwhelming and sets them up for success, and more. Aly provides a book recommendation for new board members: The Ultimate Board Member’s Book by Kay Sprinkel Grace.

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Thank you for listening to today's show. Be sure to join us next week when I'll share what I've learned from our first ten episodes, how I plan to improve the show in the future, and some fundraising insights I've learned from the interviews I've conducted and from having to reflect on my own practice for each interview.

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Today's Links:

Foundation for Endodontics

American Association for Endodontists