Whether you’re a basketball fan or a fundraiser who’s a little overwhelmed, “March Madness” is a feeling we can all relate to right now. How will your team perform? Will the investments made over the last season pay off? The NCAA Tournament champion won’t be crowned until April 4.
David Miller is Senior Vice President at RKD Group, a leading fundraising and marketing services provider to hundreds of nonprofit organizations. He brings more than two decades of animal welfare experience to help organizations craft their fundraising strategies for success. Prior to joining RKD in 2011, David spent 14 years working at animal welfare organizations, including serving as the CEO of three organizations in Florida and North Carolina.
RKD’s David Miller has good news for animal welfare fundraisers as we approach year’s end, and shares 3 action steps for a successful season of generosity. The leaves are turning, the air is getting crisper, and we’re all moving at lightning speed during this important season for animal welfare organizations.
One of the things I love most about animal welfare donors is their passion and loyalty to help improve the lives of animals no matter what the outside world is facing. This has never been more apparent than in the last 12 months, as donors have poured their hearts into the organizations they choose to support.
Concerned about year-end fundraising? David Miller, Senior Vice President, RKD Group, busts some myths and shares tips that can set you up for success. We have one final hurdle before the whirlwind of 2020 dies down (knock on wood): Year-end fundraising.