The Angeletti Group is closely following the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on philanthropy, and we are here to support you. During these challenging times, we continue to help organizations strengthen their fundraising programs for continued success throughout the pandemic and beyond. We’ll continue to update this page with strategies to help you adapt to fundraising and communicating during these unprecedented times. In addition to these resources, we are also offering complimentary 30-minute consultations to nonprofit organizations.
COVID-19’s Unexpected Upside: Lots of New Donors. Now What???
Does your organization have a first-time donor stewardship plan in place? Haven’t refreshed it in a while? Now is the perfect time to assess this critical building block for sustained fundraising success. Learn strategies to thank and retain this year’s new “COVID donors” as well as implement a longer-term solution for effectively welcoming donors to your family.
Going the Distance: Hosting Fundraising Events with Social Distancing in Mind
TAG talked with Tara Knapp, Vice President of Development, Public Relations and Marketing at Gaylord Specialty Healthcare, whose office organized a socially distanced golf outing fundraiser in June.
TAGlines: Special COVID-19 Resources Issue
Catch up on the latest news and resources from TAG in this special issue of TAGlines, which features COVID-19 fundraising resources and stories of success.
Planned Giving: A Tactful Approach
Many people have approached us for advice about asking for gifts, including planned gifts, which may be particularly sensitive in these times. Senior consultant Greer Polansky answers the most commonly asked questions about planned giving and COVID.
Planned Giving During the Time of COVID and Beyond
Greer Polansky and Robert Wahlers discuss planned giving strategies with a special focus on how the COVID-19 pandemic affects this approach.
Fundraising During the COVID-19 Crisis
There is no question that this represents a period of significant change for our country. To that extent and through conversations that we’ve had with colleagues and clients, the most common theme that has transcended all others is that of responsibility and compassion. TAG outlines key actions to plan for the new normal.