Many nonprofits are bolstering their fundraising by ensuring that everyone in the organization knows how to treat potential donors and get involved in work that leads to donations.
Read the transcript of an online discussion that will offer real-world examples and show you how to develop a culture of fundraising throughout your organization.
Dig deeper: Read a Chronicle article about how charities can enlist staff members to pitch in.
Laurence Pagnoni is a consultant to nonprofits and author of The Nonprofit Fundraising Solution. He has worked as a chief executive of Harlem United, a New York social-services charity that helps people with AIDS, and Freedom House, a group in Richmond, Va., that serves the homeless.
Kelly McLaughlin is a development associate at the Washington Office on Latin America, a human-rights group that is training staff members to understand how to support fundraising.
Raymund Flandez covers fundraising for The Chronicle of Philanthropy.
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