Fundraisers: Here Are The 3 Dos and 3 Don'ts Of Asking My Clients For Money - A Modern Nonprofit Guest Appearance
By: David M. Foster, CFP®, CAP®
Hello, listeners, and welcome to the 20th episode of the Gateway Giving Podcast!
For this episode, the tables have been turned! Tosha Anderson, who was my guest in episode #13 of this podcast, Assessing The Financial Health of a Nonprofit, has her own podcast called A Modern Nonprofit, and she had me on to talk about some of the mistakes I have seen nonprofit fundraisers make when asking my clients for money.
If you are a donor, this topic may be less compelling to you, but if you work for a nonprofit, particularly if you are a fundraiser or development officer, or even if you’re just a volunteer, then you should absolutely listen to this episode!
As always, if you have any questions, requests, or suggestions for people or organizations for me to interview, you can email me at email@example.com. Now, without further ado, here is Tosha's interview with me!
Tosha Anderson and The Charity CFO are not affiliated with or endorsed by LPL Financial, Gateway Wealth Management, or Cornerstone Wealth Management.
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Hi, I'm David Foster! I am the host of this podcast, and I am also the founder of Gateway Wealth Management, LLC. I hope you found something valuable in what you just heard/read. If you'd like to read more about me, click here. If you'd like to read more about my firm, click here. Thank you for listening!