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Explore the fields of philanthropy, fundraising, social entrepreneurship, and more to become a better development professional or volunteer. Find ideas to benefit the institutional advancement efforts of your non-profit, charity, or organization and submit your challenges to be featured in a show. Connect with industry experts for in-depth interviews, hear important topics discussed in depth, discover the latest in innovative ideas in philanthropy, and learn from reviews of conferences, books, and services in the field.

Explore the fields of philanthropy, fundraising, social entrepreneurship, and more to become a better development professional or volunteer. Find ideas to benefit the institutional advancement efforts of your non-profit, charity, or organization and submit your challenges to be featured in a show. Connect with industry experts for in-depth interviews, hear important topics discussed in depth, discover the latest in innovative ideas in philanthropy, and learn from reviews of conferences, books, and services in the field.
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Explore the fields of philanthropy, fundraising, social entrepreneurship, and more to become a better development professional or volunteer. Find ideas to benefit the institutional advancement efforts of your non-profit, charity, or organization and submit your challenges to be featured in a show. Connect with industry experts for in-depth interviews, hear important topics discussed in depth, discover the latest in innovative ideas in philanthropy, and learn from reviews of conferences, books, and services in the field.

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Episodes

Entrepreneurs, Philanthropy, and Founders' Pledges; A new "pre-exit" philanthropy - An Interview with Dee Dee Mendoza, Dartmouth College - Episode 39

12/9/2018
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The challenge we face: Entrepreneurs often don’t fit the paradigms we use to assess the strength of a fundraising prospect. Their capacity to give doesn’t increase in a linear fashion like other professions, their time constraints around becoming involved are often the inverse of other donors, and the most tax advantageous way to make their gifts is often to give before they actually have experienced the large liquidity events around selling a company or going public. That said,...

Duration:00:55:04

The Philanthropy Podcast - Episode 038 - A Long Overdue Episode, An Apology, And A Big Announcement

12/6/2018
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Thanks for listening to today's episode. While it was short I really do want you to share those suggestions for me via: Email: ThePhilanthropyPodcast@gmail.com The Philanthropy Podcast Facebook GroupThe Philanthropy Podcast User SurveyThe Philanthropy Podcast - WebsiteThe Philanthropy Podcast - TwitterThe Philanthropy Podcast - Instagram Follow The Philanthropy Podcast on: Apple Podcasts Android Google Podcasts Spotify TuneIn RadioStitcher Google Play MusicRSS Feed

Duration:00:04:15

Philanthropy in a #MeToo World - An Interview with Sarah Beaulieu, Founder of The Uncomfortable Conversations - Episode 37

8/11/2018
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The challenge we face: The world of nonprofit fundraising is a place where uncomfortable realities surrounding sexual harassment and sexual violence need to be addressed. According to The Chronicle of Philanthropy, 1 in 4 women in nonprofit fundraising have experienced sexual harassment and 1 in 14 men have experienced sexual harassment. The complexity of these realities can be illustrated by the fact that two-thirds of these incidents are committed by donors, one-third are committed by...

Duration:00:50:01

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

7/29/2018
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The challenge we face: 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...

Duration:00:45:10

The Joy of Fundraising - My Own Take on Why I Love Our Work - Episode 35

6/27/2018
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The Philanthropy Podcast Website Email Sean at The Philanthropy Podcast This week, I’m going to go back to a topic that I interviewed a few guests about early on in the show, where we find joy in our work. As we near the end of many organizations fiscal years, that means reflecting on the year past, planning for the year ahead, and hopefully getting a jumpstart on some early success. Perhaps you’re coming off a great year where you hit your goals and then some, or you might be coming off a...

Duration:00:45:06

How New Tax Legislation Impacts Philanthropy - An Analysis of The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act - Episode 34

4/16/2018
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Today we talk about how 2017's Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed in December 2017 affects the work of nonprofit fundraising and the ways donors are incentivized or disincentivized to give philanthropically through the tax code. We'll discuss the charitable tax deduction laws, the standard deduction changes, the impact of changes in SALT (State and Local Taxes) deductability, the increase of the estate tax exemption, the reduction in marginal tax rates, which businesses and individuals benefit...

Duration:00:57:27

Modern Fundraising Phonathons - An Interview with Brian Gawor, Vice President of Research at Ruffalo Noel Levitz - Episode 33

3/12/2018
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The Philanthropy Podcast Website Email Sean at The Philanthropy Podcast This week on The Philanthropy Podcast, Brian Gower, Vice President of Research at Ruffalo Noel Levitz discuss the modern phonathon and its place in your fundraising plan. Brian touches on what you need in place before launching your phonathon, how phonathons aid data collection, the returns you might expect, how to integrate the phonathon and social media, thank-a-thons, how your phonathon callers can...

Duration:00:43:45

The Global Philanthropy Forum Conference "No Bystanders" - A Preview with Founder & CEO Jane Wales - Mini Episode 1

2/4/2018
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The Philanthropy Podcast Website Email Sean at The Philanthropy Podcast This week on The Philanthropy Podcast, we feature our first mini-episode, a preview of the 2018 Global Philanthropy Forum Conference with guest Jane Wales. Jane shares what sparked her interest in founding the Global Philanthropy Forum, what attendees can expect, and how to participate with the conference even if you are unable to attend through their online broadcasts. This week's episode is brought...

Duration:00:23:13

Social Payments & Social Giving - An Interview with Dale Nirvani Pfeifer, Founder & CEO of Goodworld - Episode 32

1/18/2018
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The Philanthropy Podcast Website Email Sean at The Philanthropy Podcast This week on The Philanthropy Podcast, Dale Nirvani Pfeifer, Founder and CEO of Goodworld, discusses how social payments and social giving. Dale touches on how technology is shifting the way that people interact with money, how that plays out in new forms of giving, how privacy and transparency are perceived differently by younger generations, how the giving patterns of these generations differ from...

Duration:00:29:44

A Great Big Thank You for Listening! Our 2017 Summary and 2018 Preview - Episode 31

1/4/2018
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In the last episode recorded for 2017 I want to thank you the listeners for all your support and give a quick end of the year wrap-up as well as a preview of some topics to come in 2018. Most of all, I just want to say thank you for tuning in! We'll be back next week with an interview with Dale Nirvani Pfeifer of GoodWorld to discuss social media giving technology, changes in the way donors view privacy and transparency, and more. Have a great 2018 everyone! As always, you can follow...

Duration:00:15:13

Social Enterprises & Nonprofits - An Interview with Darius Jones, Vice President & General Manager of Garfield Produce - Episode 30

12/10/2017
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The Philanthropy Podcast Website Email Sean at The Philanthropy Podcast This week on The Philanthropy Podcast, Darius Jones, Vice President and General Manager of Garfield Produce discusses how a social venture can sometimes be the preferred model for having a lasting impact on a community, how social enterprises differ from nonprofits, how to think about scalability and replicability when you're launching your organization or expanding, and how to prepare for a large grant of...

Duration:00:44:34

Social Media Guidelines And Respecting Dignity Of Partners - An Interview with Beathe Ogard, President of SAIH - Episode 29

11/16/2017
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The Philanthropy Podcast Website Email Sean at The Philanthropy Podcast This week on The Philanthropy Podcast, Beathe Ogard, President of Studentenes og Akademikernes Internasjonale Hjelpefond (Norwegian Students' and Academics' International Assistance Fund) or SAIH shares with us SAIH's newest social media guidelines for volunteers and travelers as well as some background on SAIH's efforts to raise awareness of stereotypical representations of the beneficiaries of nonprofits...

Duration:00:49:16

Social Enterprises & NonProfit Partnerships - An Interview With Brenda Palms Barber, CEO of Beelove - Episode 28

10/30/2017
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The Philanthropy Podcast Website Email Sean at The Philanthropy Podcast This week on The Philanthropy Podcast, we're joined by Brenda Palms Barber, Executive Director of the North Lawndale Employment Network and founding CEO of SweetBeginnings a social venture which produces an all natural line of raw honey and honey-infused body care products while providing important transitional job opportunities for individuals who struggle with barriers to employment. Brenda and I discuss...

Duration:00:44:32

The Importance of Donor Retention and How We Can Improve Our Efforts - Episode 27

10/23/2017
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The Philanthropy Podcast Website Email Sean at The Philanthropy Podcast This week on The Philanthropy Podcast, I discuss donor retention, its importance, and what we can do to improve our organization's donor retention. I explore some of the systemic need for better retention efforts, how we can be donor-centric in our approach, and the latest research on donor retention in the non-profit sector. This week, I want to remind you that if you find my work valuable and want to...

Duration:00:33:43

Research Based Fundraising Resources - Episode 026

10/11/2017
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The Philanthropy Podcast Website Email Sean at The Philanthropy Podcast This week on The Philanthropy Podcast, I highlight fundraising resources available to you that are research based and which cite their methods and sources. This episode came as a result of searching for annual appeal techniques that are backed by evidence and struggling to find them. We look at four main resources, The Science of Philanthropy Initiative, the Lilly School of Philanthropy, the Social Innovation...

Duration:00:23:45

A New Job! A Personal Update on My Life And The Philanthropy Podcast - Episode 25

10/2/2017
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The Philanthropy Podcast Website Email Sean at The Philanthropy Podcast This week on The Philanthropy Podcast, I share an update on my own life, the story of the new job I have with Horizons For Youth and some information about our amazing kindergarten through college programming. I also share some updates from behind the scenes in the MacCready household, including the nonprofit work of my wife that's making me so proud. My one request from you this week is to leave a rating and...

Duration:00:15:17

Planning Your Online Giving Day - An Interview With Tiffany Khan, Director of Sun Devil Giving at ASU Foundation - Episode 24

9/24/2017
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The Philanthropy Podcast Website Email Sean at The Philanthropy Podcast This week on The Philanthropy Podcast, we're joined by Tiffany Khan, Director of Sun Devil Giving at the Arizona State University Foundation. Tiffany and I discuss giving days and preparing for the challenges of an online giving day, building communications tools that help distribute ownership and engagement, choosing the date of your giving day, considering how to give other departments notice to prepare for the...

Duration:00:34:04

Succeeding at Online Advertising - An Interview with Jeff Cosgrove, Director of Nonprofits at Conversant - Episode 23

9/17/2017
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The Philanthropy Podcast Website Email Sean at The Philanthropy Podcast This week on The Philanthropy Podcast, we're joined by Jeff Cosgrove, Director of Politics, Advocacy, and Nonprofits at Conversant. Jeff and I discuss online advertising and cover a broad range of topics including: how nonprofits can cut through the noise in online advertising, what messaging is leading to increased fundraising success, how to help boards and directors believe in and invest in online advertising,...

Duration:00:50:50

Data And Marketing Association NonProfit Federation Conference Review - Episode 22

9/11/2017
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The Philanthropy Podcast Website Email Sean at The Philanthropy Podcast This week on The Philanthropy Podcast we discuss how to be a critical consumer of conferences you attend and I review the Data and Marketing Association NonProfit Federation's Conference. This is the first of a series of conferences reviews I plan to share throughout the year. I hope these conference reviews will help you plan your own professional development wisely and make informed decisions about how to plot...

Duration:00:45:16

Fifteen Tips And Tools To Improve Your Networking At Conferences - Episode 21

8/29/2017
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The Philanthropy Podcast Website Email Sean at The Philanthropy Podcast This week on The Philanthropy Podcast we discuss how to make the most of a professional development conference through networking and marketing yourself. This episode idea came up while I attended a conference last week and heard numerous attendees discuss the challenges that social anxiety created in networking and presenting yourself at a conference. I don't claim any clinical expertise for helping with social...

Duration:00:48:34