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– Linda Greenberg Gross, Executive Director, Santa Monica-Malibu Education Foundation - http://www.smmef.org/
RPR Fundraising is so effective at in helping shape and prepare SMMEF for our new goals! Onward and upward!
– Ginger Ontiveros, Executive Director, Victor Valley College District Foundation - http://www.vvcfoundation.com/
We landed a $500K gift…focusing our board on individuals is working even faster than I expected. Thank you for helping me to point them in the right direction!
– Keely Carroll, Director, Sierra College Natural History Museum - http://www.sierracollege.edu/museum
My head is swimming with loads of new ideas and it is great to see the potential of what we can do. This has been quite an education!
– Howard Charish, Director, New York Office, American Friends of Bar-Ilan University - http://www.afbiu.org/
We tremendously value the sophistication and perspective that you bring to this project. We wouldn’t be where we are today without your assistance, and we look forward to continuing our work together.
I was honored to serve as a keynote speaker at the California Consortium of Education Foundations annual conference at Stanford University last month. Attendees included representatives from school districts and foundations all over Northern and Central California (a similar gathering for Southern California was held a week prior in Anaheim).
The New York Times recently ran an interesting piece on the growth in philanthropic giving among Asian-Americans in the United States. It’s certainly a trend that bears not only watching, but active understanding, among those in the fundraising profession. This newly-minted center of wealth is also becoming a center of power in philanthropic circles. The [...]
“It takes a noble man to plant a seed for a tree that will some day give shade to people he may never meet.” – Dr. David Trueblood In fundraising, sometimes we get lucky. Sometimes we get to work on a fundraising campaign that means even more than the buildings it funds, the programs it [...]
Late last year I wrote about the billboards, posters and other media currently being utilized in a campaign to generate support for public education in Los Angeles. I wasn’t a big fan of the campaign (which portends an “or else” doomsday scenario) as a means of garnering donor support, but it certainly is striking. This [...]
I’ve been seeing commercials for the new Kevin Bacon TV drama called The Following lately, which co-stars James Purefoy as an imprisoned serial killer who has somehow created a Manson-like flock of followers. What does this have to do with philanthropy? Well, very little…except that I couldn’t place where I remembered Purefoy from…until I looked [...]