Providing solutions to increase nonprofit innovative, effectiveness & revenue in a changing and competitive 21st-century philanthropy + fundraising environment.
Designing and implementing creative + impactful fundraising strategies
Achieving results by empowering professionals and volunteer leaders
Major Gifts Strategies
Major Donor Identification
Onsite + Virtual Facilitation
Donor-Centered Web Surveys
Executive Leadership Coaching
FUNDRAISING + PHILANTHROPY
Increase your fundraising through major gifts, campaigns, prospect identification +
DONOR-CENTERED WEB SURVEYS
Grow Your Donor Base!
Ask your donors
Identify major gifts prospects -
engage your donors!
Virtual Donor Cultivation Events
empower fundraisers and nonprofit leaders to
cultivate donors, prospects, and alumni online,
build meaningful and memorable connections on Zoom and new Spatial Audio Sites,
tap into innovation to deepen relationships,
transcend geographic boundaries & donors' busy schedules.
Nonprofit MBA Podcast
What Nonprofits Can Do Online to Cultivate Donors
As a guest of Stephen Halasnik and the Nonprofit MBA Podcast, Tanja Sarett shared how nonprofits can stay in touch with donors and alumni online, and create interactive and engaging opportunities to meet in the virtual space. Listen in to get ideas on how to build donor relationships in the absence of in-person events.
The Nonprofit Times
Virtual Donor Engagement Beyond The Webinar!
By Tanja Sarett, CFRE, CVF
Le Podcast Du Fundraising
Tanja Sarett in conversation with David Klajman in Paris
David Klajman, founder of Fidelis and Direct Response Specialist in France and Europe invited Tanja Sarett to talk about the culture of philanthropy in the United States and the opportunities for NGOs and charities in Europe to build personal relationships with donors and prospects.
Spatial Audio Sites
How Jewish organizations can tap into spatial audio sites
Spatial audio sites are the newcomers on the “virtual gathering block” set out to empower users to co-create an online experience with the event hosts.
The article was published on ejewishphilanthropy.com