Sanford Fundraising Academy is driven by relationships. From our unique Cause Selling approach to our cohort-based learning model, we center empathy, active communication, and social emotional awareness in every step of the fundraising process.
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Build your career and connect with local San Diego area fundraisers at National University. Home to the Sanford Institute of Philanthropy headquarters, National University launches many of our pilot initiatives and partners with some of the most influential thought leaders in Southern California and the country.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how you can prepare your organization for crisis before it hits. Organizations of any size and in any sector of the nonprofit world can be pulled into a controversial issue. But you can be prepared and confident when the time comes.
Does your institution need more investors? Do you have ownership in ensuring the fiscal health of your institution? Cause Selling the Sanford Way may be the solution you’ve been seeking.
Kristin Romaine Development Director, VerturLab and Trainer, Sanford Institute of Philanthropy Kristin believes saving our earth is the most urgent philanthropic and humanitarian effort or our time. Currently serving as Development Director at VertueLab, a clean tech acceleration program for early stage startups in the Pacific Northwest, she is implementing philanthropic models to provide innovation […]
December is the single biggest month for charitable contributions to nonprofit organizations – more than 30% of annual gifts come in December! So, how do you make the most of this year-end-giving blitz? Start planning early.
This webinar covers the latest thinking on well-being in the nonprofit workplace based on presenter Beth Kanter’s book, “The Happy, Healthy Nonprofit: Strategies for Impact Without Burnout.” Hear examples and insights from nonprofits that have created and implemented a culture of well-being in the workplace that supports results.
Donations to peer-to-peer fundraising campaigns now account for more than one-third of all online giving, driven by peer-to-peer’s popularity among younger supporters and the rise of social media.