Episode 36 - Effective Altruism - An Interview with Eric Freidman, Author of Reinventing Philanthropy

Episode 36 - Effective Altruism - An Interview with Eric Freidman, Author of Reinventing Philanthropy

Donors are becoming more sophisticated when it comes to charitable giving. One philosophy and social movement around philanthropy is effective altruism. Through effective altruism donors try to determine and support nonprofits that combine the most effective and cost efficient programming to impact our world. Fundraising professionals and nonprofit leaders need to be aware of this growing attitude toward funding nonprofits and ensure that our interactions with donors communicates clearly the value proposition of our organization, all that and more in today’s episode.

 

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Episode 35 - The Joy of Fundraising - My Own Take on Why I Love this Career

Episode 35 - The Joy of Fundraising - My Own Take on Why I Love this Career

This week on The Philanthropy Podcast, I take some time to talk about where I find joy in the work of fundraising. I answer some of the questions I’ve asked guests on the show and hopefully encourage you to take some time to reflect on where you find joy in your work, especially around the close of many organizations’ fiscal years when we know that things can be quite hectic and challenging.

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Episode 3 - Interview with Katy Hall - Newberry Library

Episode 3 - Interview with Katy Hall - Newberry Library

In this episode we have an interview with Katy (Hall) Orenchuk, Vice President of Development at the Newberry Library, Chicago's independent research library.  This is the first of a set of interviews which will cover not only perspectives on work in philanthropy, but specifically the question of where do you find joy in your work and joy in making an ask.

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