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5 Steps to Growing an Effective Planned Giving Program

Planned Giving Best Practices With competition for philanthropic dollars greater than ever before, fundraisers are getting creative with strategies to identify and pursue impactful gifts. While new and innovative approaches are always needed, the answer to larger, more impactful gifts may be in your donor database already: planned gift prospects. Planned gifts represent a significant


4 Essential Fundraising Practices for Nonprofits in 2024

The new year inspires us to take stock, get organized, and energize the efforts we put toward our goals and dreams. Nonprofit organizations have meaningful, and often challenging, goals, so starting the year off by adopting these four essential fundraising practices to set the pace for a fruitful year ahead.  Reflect on Your Challenges Start


Why Planned Giving Is More Important to Healthcare Organizations Than Ever Before

With razor-thin margins and changing reimbursement rates, hospitals and their health systems are increasingly turning to philanthropy to modernize and build facilities, fund new programs, and recruit and retain talented medical staff. As part of that reality, planned giving should be an important part of any healthcare fundraising strategy. While the landscape is changing, historically


What Fundraisers Need to Know About the Secure 2.0 Act

With President Biden’s signature on the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2023 (and the SECURE Act 2.0 package within it), new opportunities have opened for philanthropy. But some changes also require that fundraisers look at their promotional materials and begin their conversations with donors differently from the recent past. The Angeletti Group recommends fundraisers focus on


(Don’t) Mind the Gap: Why It’s Time to Change the Conversation Around the Annual Fund

It’s time to change the conversation around annual funds. Traditionally, many independent school annual funds have focused on “bridging the gap” or closing the chasm that exists between tuition costs and a school’s operating expenses. Annual funds are often used to cover the discrepancy between tuition and the full cost to educate a child—from technology


Raising the Roof on Endowments

If there’s one thing the pandemic taught cultural organizations, it’s that planning ahead means ensuring sustainability. When COVID-19 shuttered theaters and cultural venues across the country in March 2020, all forms of earned revenue – primarily ticket sales – ceased overnight. In response, organizations scrambled to reduce operating budgets and increase contributed revenue to stay