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  • Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 12/14/2022 at 12:00 PM (EST)

    For 25 years predictive analytics has enabled nonprofits and higher education to identify planned giving prospects. As organizational data improves, the models become better as well as more targeted: bequest, annuity and CRT models are available for strategic prospect identification. This webinar will focus on the data behind these models, and the information you can use to better inform your institution of planned giving potential. We will recommend data to be collected, what to do with it, and related strategic implementation ideas to help your organization to increase planned giving revenue.

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    Join Altrata Senior Director of Higher Education, Matt Thompson, as he demonstrates how Wealth-X and RelSci can help you run interest-based searches amongst your donor base while leveraging your organization’s relationships in higher education and beyond. We will also discuss how to utilize this data in your prospecting or donor engagement strategy from annual fund to major giving levels.

  • Contains 8 Product(s)

    Missed out on Plug In to Leadership's live sessions? Enjoy recordings of eight sessions designed to expand on Apra's Body of Knowledge Leadership domain that attendees rated an average of 4 stars out of five! Attendees had the following things to say: The speakers were "relatable and authentic" and by attending they "felt part of a community". "The DEIBJA sessions surprised me with its practical suggestions. Most DEI workshops do not do this or do it well." "The Ted Lasso-themed session was so good. I enjoyed the framework/hook and the content." "Apra is a special place for many of us as it shaped our career."

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    December is known as National Giving Month for good reason. More than 30% of giving takes place at the end of the year, with Giving Tuesday as an official kick-off. How do you make the most of this critical fundraising season? During our upcoming webinar with APRA, we’ll look at trends that could influence your fundraising and the benefits of expanding donor research across more sources beyond public records, including: -News and company information to help identify corporate donors whose environmental, social or governance (ESG) commitments align with your mission; -Company and executive data, including foundation information, for building executive lists for targeted engagement campaigns; -Wealth indicators to match donation requests to individuals’ priorities and propensity to give; -News and legal information to conduct donor due diligence to protect your organization from reputational damage; -Job histories, education backgrounds, memberships, and affiliations to capture a more complete view of prospective and current donors so you can personalize fundraising appeals; and -Donor profiles featuring visualizations to help you spot critical information faster.

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    Questions and discussions about new officer roles in leadership or mid-level giving have certainly increased over the past few years. Since many of the new officers hold portfolios, we wanted to explore if there was any data indicating a difference in how portfolios are managed between mid-level officers and major giving officers. In this session, we will look at how we got to this point and how these new roles are important in building a sustainable pipeline. We will also look at initial metrics and data from 150+ higher education institutions to discover trends that could help inform best practices in portfolio management for these new officer roles. We’ll finish with a summary and future research considerations.

  • Contains 3 Component(s)

    FREE RESOURCE FOR APRA MEMBERS. The toolkit features definitions, original content, and curated resources on: Campaign Types, Setting Your Campaign Budget, Campaign Phases, Campaign Feasibility Interview Guidelines, Campaign Goal Setting, The Campaign Pyramid, Campaign Reporting, Working with Campaign Leadership, Working with Internal Partners, Working with External Partners, Due Diligence in a Campaign, and Post-Campaign Strategy Activities.

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    Three years into revolutionizing their annual fundraising goal-setting process, Syracuse needed a way to produce solicitation data for all schools, colleges and central units in a timely fashion that didn’t unnecessarily drain personnel resources in the midst of a campaign and global pandemic. Further, senior leadership needed a pragmatic lens by which to view planned work and its likelihood of success, and managers needed comprehensive reports to view their frontline fundraisers’ activity. Join Syracuse University’s Assistant Director of Prospect Management and Assistant Director of Data Analytics to learn how they built a suite of Tableau dashboards that provides detailed insights into the university’s fundraising pipeline and optimizes individual and team portfolio management.

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    The folx at Oregon Food Bank (OFB) are thinking a bit differently about their philanthropy approach as they decenter money and center love and equity. Historic performance metrics can influence if relationship managers remain in harmful relationships, feel valued/seen in their work, or stay in philanthropy at all. Hear from a small shop and caused-based organization about their methodology that has informed their donor prospecting, is transforming their fundraising to make it accessible to diverse fundraisers, and how they’re measuring love.

  • Contains 15 Product(s)

    Get 15 sessions offered at the Prospect Development 2022 Conference, held July 27-29, 2022.

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    While there are many ways to research net worth and find potential donors, there is an opportunity cost if the data is inaccurate, outdated, or limited to the ultra-wealthy. The University of Michigan's development team tested and measured multiple data vendors to evaluate quality with the goal of improving prospect research as well as DEI initiatives. In this webinar, you will hear what they learned and take away new methods for ensuring data quality and leveraging people insights for fundraising and other critical initiatives within your organization.