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The Nonprofit Jenni Show is the podcast for nonprofit professionals, board members, and community leaders. Every week, Jenni invites nonprofit leaders to share their stories and advice for facing common management, marketing, and development challenges. Go forth and do good with the Nonprofit Jenni Show!
 
Are you a nonprofit leader who is looking for real insight into how to successfully startup, fundraise for, or successfully lead your nonprofit organization. If you answered yes, this podcast is for you. In this podcast you will discover: 1. What a nonprofit really is; 2. Grant tips; and, 3. Ways to raise money for your nonprofit I share with you how I have raised hundreds of millions of dollars stretching beyond traditional grants, and trained thousands of organizations across the globe. Si ...
 
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We chat with Nicole Brandt Minyard from Daybreak Arts (formerly Poverty and the Arts) about how and why her organization decided to rebrand itself. We specifically ask, Why would a nonprofit need a new brand? And how does the language you use impact your mission? In this episode, we mention a few resources you may want to check out! — Learn Grant W…
 
We chat with Paul Collier from CoEffect about how to run a data audit to learn how to collect, evaluate, and use data to improve your nonprofit’s systems. In this episode, we mention a few resources you may want to check out! — CoEffect’s free data audit toolkit — Little Green Light’s free library of fundraising resources — My once-per-week email n…
 
We chat with Allegra Mangione from Catharsis for Nonprofits about how to make a communications plan for your nonprofit for 2022. Then we review a study about the top 5 reasons people like to donate money to nonprofits. In this episode, we mention a few resources you may want to check out! — Stock Donator’s free guide to soliciting stock donations —…
 
We chat with Amy and Scott Malin, the founders of Trueheart, who help celebrities find nonprofits to support through public fundraising campaigns. We also play a round of Nonprofit Trivia about how you can win more grants with Laura Armstrong from Heart-J Center. In this episode, we mention a few resources you may want to check out! — Instrumentl’s…
 
Jenni shares tips for booking podcast interviews to raise awareness about your nonprofit. Then, in this week’s edition of the Rewind, we take a look back at how to make a nonprofit PR plan. In this episode, we mention a few resources you may want to check out! — Jenni’s Build a PR Plan mini-course — Stock Donator’s free guide to soliciting stock do…
 
Learn how to increase donations on your website with tips from SSIR. Test your knowledge about endowment funds with this week’s edition of Nonprofit Trivia. Finally, check out what this Seattle-based nonprofit has done with their salary structure! In this episode, we mention a few resources you may want to check out: — Share your opinions about the…
 
This week, Jenni shares her top 8 book recommendations for nonprofit professionals to read in 2022. We also chat with Devaki Douillard, founder of Mwebaza Foundation, who supports students with sales of jewelry and tribute gifts. In this episode, we mention a few resources you may want to check out: — OVER HEAD Book Club for nonprofit professionals…
 
This week, we’re talking with Hunter Williams from Little Green Light about why nonprofit leaders should use a donor management system, and which features are most important. We also chat with Nick Armstrong, creator of FTW Hot Sauce, who supports good causes with every bottle. In this episode, we mention a few resources you may want to check out: …
 
Check out this week’s Gifts That Give Back guest, Maria Berglund from In Kind Boxes! Then play along with Nonprofit Trivia as we test For the Love of a Veteran’s founder Christine Waltz’s knowledge about the most effective ways to communicate with donors. In this episode, we mention a few resources you may want to check out: — Our #GiftsThatGiveBac…
 
Hear how Lissa Zanville from Los Angeles Trial Lawyers’ Charities plans monthly group volunteer projects that support (instead of disrupting) partner nonprofits’ programs and operations. Then learn about this week’s Gifts That Give Back spotlight guest, Brenna Vaughn from Mercantile for Good. Finally, we debut our new segment Philanthropy On Film t…
 
Learn about some more Gifts That Give Back this holiday season with Jami Ryba from One Hope Wine! Plus, learn some lessons from nonprofits in the news, and hear a really exciting (and scary) book club update. In this episode, we mention a few resources you may want to check out: — My new book club subscription box — Jami Ryba’s One Hope Wine shop; …
 
Get some giving season ideas for both your nonprofit work and your personal life with Ana Guzman, the store manager of Ten Thousand Villages in Fort Collins, Colorado. Ana shares advice for maintaining a successful nonprofit store, plus we highlight some awesome Gifts That Give Back for everyone on your list this year! In this episode, we mention a…
 
Learn why and how your nonprofit should solicit and accept stock donations with tips from Jonathan Delshad, Founder and CEO of Stock Donator. Hear Jenni’s unsolicited advice about your next job posting. Plus, get a fun update about what’s coming up next month on the Nonprofit Jenni Show! In this episode, we mention a few resources you may want to c…
 
Hear an update about my book club for nonprofit leaders. Learn how Taneshia Nash Laird, President and CEO of Newark Symphony Hall, has built trust with her community and other organizations that support her work. Finally, I want to give you a $50 Amazon gift card! In this episode, we mention a few resources you may want to check out: — Join Jenni’s…
 
I share 5 tips from my newly updated Giving Tuesday Planning Toolkit to make your campaign super successful this year! Then we’ll Rewind and hear a past interview from a nonprofit leader about how she planned a successful Giving Tuesday campaign in 2018. Finally, I want to give you a $50 Amazon gift card! In this episode, we mention a few resources…
 
I want to help your nonprofit meet its 2021 revenue goals by giving away some free ad spots! Next, L. Brian Jenkins talks about how to create diverse revenue streams to ensure long-term sustainability for your nonprofit. Finally, can I give you a $50 Amazon gift card? In this episode, we mention a few resources you may want to check out: — Enter fo…
 
Grant Hensel, CEO of Nonprofit Megaphone, shares 13 examples of how your nonprofit can create free Google search ads to attract new supporters. In this episode, we mention a few resources you may want to check out: — Use code JENNI10 to get 10% off your tickets to the Social Media for Non-Profits Virtual Summit: tinyurl.com/nonprofitsocial — Grant …
 
Data expert Randy Gorod specializes in helping nonprofits improve their donor data systems, and he wants to share easy tips for YOUR nonprofit to make better use of donor data! In this episode, we mention a few resources you may want to check out: — Little Green Light’s fundraising resources for nonprofits: www.littlegreenlight.com/jenni — Randy Go…
 
Play a round of Nonprofit Trivia with Becca Schollaert from Room Redux Denver to test your knowledge about Facebook’s fundraising tools. In this episode, we mention a few resources you may want to check out: — Social Media for Non-Profits Virtual Summit: Use code JENNI10 to get 10% off your ticket price at tinyurl.com/nonprofitsocial — Room Redux D…
 
Have you struggled to get your board involved in fundraising for your nonprofit? Fundraising expert Elizabeth Abel is here to share advice for inspiring and equipping your board members to become fundraisers. In this episode, we mention a few resources you may want to check out: — Join Nonprofit Jenni’s book club: tinyurl.com/septemberbookclub — El…
 
Play another round of Nonprofit Trivia with Jenni’s sister, Michelle, to test your knowledge about the types of charity events donors love! Let’s see how much you know about the elements of an event that are most engaging for donors; which event themes are most attractive to prospective attendees; and how donors generally learn about events they wa…
 
Advocacy (which does not necessarily include lobbying!) is one of the most effective tactics a nonprofit can use to serve its mission. Advocacy expert Brenda Gadd is here to share some examples of how nonprofits can engage in public policy advocacy… And she also gives us a quick recap about the difference between advocacy and lobbying. In this epis…
 
What’s next for your career? Whether you’re looking to learn new development skills, branch out as a freelance grant writer, or just scope out new career options, you’ll love this interview with Meredith Noble about the career journey of a grant writer. In this episode, we mention a few resources you may want to check out: — Meredith Noble’s book “…
 
NOW is the perfect time of year to start strategic planning for 2022! This week, we revisit an interview with Holly Rustick about what a nonprofit strategic plan should include and how to start the process with your leadership team. In this episode, we mention a few resources you may want to check out: — Holly Rustick’s Nonprofit Strategic Planning…
 
Donor cultivation is the most underappreciated and misunderstood part of the fundraising funnel. Of the four primary components of the fundraising lifecycle (prospecting, cultivation, asking, and stewardship), it is cultivation that most often trips up most fundraising efforts. For most nonprofits, there is no real clue of what “donor cultivation” …
 
Explore different types of mission-driven organizations, and compare which options are most effective for pursuing your cause. Play a round of Nonprofit Trivia with Rachel Bearbower from smallshopstrategies.com to test your knowledge about alternatives to starting a 501(c)3 nonprofit! In this episode, we mention a few resources you may want to chec…
 
This week, we chat with Abby Lehman, the Director of Development and Partnerships at Photo Start. Abby explains how her nonprofit has been able to thrive during the pandemic thanks to skilled volunteers who provide vital digital marketing and fundraising support. In this episode, we mention a few resources you may want to check out: — The applicati…
 
This week, we chat with Joanne Samuel Goldblum, founder of the National Diaper Bank Network and coauthor of the new book “Broke in America: Seeing, Understanding, and Ending U. S. Poverty”. Joanne offers advice for nonprofit leaders who are working to combat deep-rooted systemic issues, like poverty. In this episode, we mention a few resources you …
 
It’s time for a round of Nonprofit Trivia about Donor Journeys! Test your knowledge about the best ways to keep donors engaged in your mission after they’ve given their first monetary donation to your nonprofit. Learn how donors want to get involved with your mission and how they prefer to keep in touch. In this episode, we mention a few resources …
 
It’s our 100th episode!! To celebrate, we’re featuring over 100 nonprofit leaders to highlight great nonprofit work happening all over the country. In this episode, you’ll hear: — 100 nonprofit leaders share their mission and something they’ve learned over the past 100 years — How to enter to win a free mini-course from Nonprofit Jenni’s profession…
 
It’s our 100th episode!! To celebrate, we’re featuring over 100 nonprofit leaders to highlight great nonprofit work happening all over the country. In this episode, you’ll hear: — 100 nonprofit leaders share their mission and something they’ve learned over the past 100 years — How to enter to win a free mini-course from Nonprofit Jenni’s profession…
 
This week, Jenni talks with some partners who can support your nonprofit’s capacity building to increase your impact. First, Jenni interviews Colleen Kazemi, the Executive Director of Social Venture Partners Denver, about how SVP connects nonprofits and social ventures with pro bono support services. Then we’ll talk with Paul Collier, founder of Co…
 
Kim Patterson, Director of Development for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society in Middle Tennessee, shares how she build relationships with new corporate sponsors, creates appeals to ask for their support, and keeps them engaged with LLS’s mission for the long term. Get in touch with Kim at kpatterson70@hotmail.com. This episode is sponsored by Learn…
 
Grant Writing Mentor Teresa Huff explains the basics of how grants work, how to find grants that are a good fit for your nonprofit, and how to build relationships with grant makers. She also talks about her podcast, Grant Writing Simplified, and free grant writing resources available on her website. REMINDER: Submit your nonprofit to be featured on…
 
Becky Rossman, CEO of Neighborhood House, shares advice about how to ensure your board’s by-laws are up-to-date, set expectations for board members, and consider collaboration opportunities with other nonprofit organizations. Contact Becky at beckyr@nhpeoria.org. Plus, Jenni shares how your nonprofit can be featured on the upcoming 100th episode of…
 
Jenni talks about how to personalize communications with each of your different audiences, including corporate partners, major donors, monthly donors, and even people who just passively follow your nonprofit on social media. Also, Jenni’s sister Michelle comes back for another round of Nonprofit Trivia, all about fundraising and communications in 2…
 
Jenni outlines six ways your nonprofit can partner with corporations and local businesses in 2021, even during the COVID-19 pandemic! (Plus, listen all the way to the end of the episode for a bonus seventh way to partner with businesses.) Also, listener Brent Oest joins us for another round of Nonprofit Trivia to answer questions about--you guessed…
 
Nonprofit grant writing is a vital part of any smart and healthy fundraising strategy. However, before we jump into the fine details of successfully writing grant proposals, let’s review exactly what it is. During this discussion, you will learn what grant writing is; the process of applying for funding provided by a private, corporate, or governme…
 
This week on the Nonprofit Jenni Show, hear from a fellow listener as she explains what she’s learned about how to host safe fundraising events in the midst of COVID-19. Also, Jenni shares a story about a client she’s helping to improve their individual donor database. Want to host an online auction like Jada’s organization did? Visit nonprofitjenn…
 
This year has been full of unexpected challenges, so this week, let’s talk about how to plan for the new year. First, Dr. Patton McDowell (podcast host of “Your Path to Nonprofit Leadership”) discusses mergers, alliances, and other forms of collaboration that could help your nonprofit work more efficiently and have a greater impact. Then Jenni offe…
 
You may have noticed that your employees all need support from you in different ways. We all have our own unique strengths, weaknesses, and quirks -- How can you lead your team to effectively support and empower each individual to do their best work? This week on the Nonprofit Jenni Show, we chat with Alycia Halladay from the Autism Science Foundat…
 
Nine months into the COVID-19 pandemic, we still have no idea when it will be safe to host events in person again. Some nonprofits were able to pivot quickly to virtual events, but many nonprofit leaders still feel unsure how to get started in planning their organization’s first virtual event. This week, Jenni interviews Melissa Norden, the Executi…
 
Remember that fundraising is simply inviting people to be supportive of your nonprofit organization. You do that through personal contact and by educating and involving them. The following are truths you should incorporate into whatever fundraising you do: People give to people and because of people. People who don’t know you or your organization p…
 
Can you believe we’re approaching the end of 2020 already? It’s been a heck of a year! As nonprofit leaders search for creative new ways to generate sustainable revenue for their organizations, Jenni wants to provide some food for thought. In this episode, we’ll play a quick trivia game about the most successful types of creative revenue ideas! We’…
 
The number one predictor of fundraising success is the fundraising plan. It's not just the fundraising plan itself, but the act of planning. Simply taking time to reflect and put goals in writing is the leading indicator of how much you’ll bring in this year, be it donors or dollars. Today I am breaking down the 5 Simple "Steps to Making" the fundr…
 
To help kickstart year-end giving, many communities host Local Giving Days, also known as Days of Giving. For example, upcoming giving days include Colorado Gives Day in Colorado, GAgives Day in Georgia, and Give to the Max Day in Minnesota. Even if you don’t have a local giving day coming up in your community, Giving Tuesday is coming up on Decemb…
 
If you haven’t listened to the Nonprofit Jenni Show episode about “Nonprofit PR: How to Work With Media to Attract New Supporters”, we recommend you listen to that episode first! This week, we’re following up on some extra FAQs about nonprofit Public Relations (PR). We also chat with two nonprofit leaders who are responsible for their nonprofit org…
 
In small and medium nonprofits, marketing duties often fall to the Executive Director or Development Director who don’t know the ins and outs of tactics like Public Relations (PR). Recently, Jenni has received a lot of questions about press releases, social media influencers, and other PR topics. This week, we want to demystify nonprofit PR and hel…
 
Jenni receives a LOT of questions about social media best practices for nonprofits, so we wanted to offer a few easy tips to improve your nonprofit’s social media presence, engagement, and overall success in earning support for your mission. In this episode of the Nonprofit Jenni Show, we cover seven social media tips that are super easy to impleme…
 
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