Resources tagged with "donor stewardship"
You’ve won their support, but where do you go from here? Head of Business Development at People’s History Museum, Manchester, and Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy Fellow 2019, Sarah Miguel shares lessons learned through cultivating a meaningful donor experience.By Sarah MiguelPublished:2019 Type: guide-toolkit
Laura Greenfield explains the fundraising term ‘case for support’ and why this document is important to your development activities. She provides a step-by-step guide to creating your organisation’s case for support and how to tailor it to meet the needs of your different donors.By Laura GreenfieldPublished:2016 Type: guide-toolkit
In these videos Laura Greenfield details the stages you need to go through to successfully ask for donations and reach your fundraising targets. Cultivation: a process to help identify and look after prospects from initial contact through to making a gift. Stewardship: after people have made a gift it’s crucial that you thank and look after them.By Laura GreenfieldPublished:2016 Type: guide-toolkit
This guide provides key points to consider when organising a donor cultivation or stewardship event. From identifying the objectives of the event and who to invite through to targetting your messaging, selecting the most appropriate event host and making the most of your organisation's unique qualities. The guide includes a useful sample event timeline to help you plan cultivation or stewardship events.Published:2015 Type: guide-toolkit
This case study examines Welsh National Opera's effective strategy for building and retaining relationships with major long-term donors. Explore and be inspired by WNO's donor stewardship strategies.Published:2015 Type: case-study
This AMA conference 2014 session led by Michelle Wright, Clare Titley and David Byrne, looked at how arts organisations can better address the needs of current and prospective donors. The panel shared their thoughts on the barriers and opportunities open to the sector and how we might work together to overcome address these.Published:2014 Type: article
This AMA conference 2014 session led by Sally Bagwell (NPC) and Sarah Gee (Indigo-Ltd), looked at the emerging practice of donor segmentation in the fundraising sector. NPC’s report Money for Good UK explores the habits, attitudes and motivations of donors in the UK. This session explored the seven donor types outlined in Money for Good UK and how the arts sector can use this segmentation to think about fundraising practice.Published:2014 Type: research