In this webinar we will explore what a Culture of Philanthropy means. Why your donor management system is integral to this process. The basic steps needed to create a Culture of Philanthropy. How a Culture of Philanthropy supports your work.
- What a Culture of Philanthropy means
- What are some of the basic steps in creating this culture
- How a Culture of Philanthropy compliments your specific work
- How building this culture helps strengthen relationships with donors, volunteers and staff
|David Unger MSW has been involved with not-for-profits for over 30 years; 27 of which have been with various agencies across the country. This has allowed David to explore the nonprofit sector from direct service to 14 years as an Executive Director. In this position, while completing the merging of three nonprofits, he increased annual giving by 20% with a 66% increase in new donors. Since the 2003 launch of Unger & Associates LLC, David has used his expertise to assist a variety of not-for-profits to achieve their goals and attain long term financial sustainability.|
|Unger & Associates, LLC, a consulting group for nonprofits since 2003, understands that fundraising is more than raising money. It involves helping you achieve your goals by building community to sustain your mission. Using the Relationship Based Fundraising Model, Unger & Associates LLC and its team of fundraising professionals provide fundraising support and training, board development, strategic and development planning and insights into how to use your donor’s information to maximize their giving, which is specifically tailored to your organization’s needs. In 2009, Unger & Associates LLC acquired Total Community Manager (TCM) an easy to use yet powerful and comprehensive donor management system. The goal in acquiring TCM is to have a donor management system that is built and designed by not-for-profits, at a price point that is attainable to almost any nonprofit.|