The 2016 Fundraising Analytics Survey is ready for launch. Contact Allison Gannon at email@example.com to participate.
Bentz Whaley Flessner would like to invite you to participate in our 2016 Fundraising Analytics Survey. This survey provides a comprehensive snapshot of the fundraising analytics profession and covers compensation, professional development, methodology, software, and institutional culture. Your response helps us provide the community with important information to support, inform, and advance our field. To participate, […]
Prospect development professionals: problem-solvers and industry experts.
7 important considerations when choosing data visualization software for fundraising.
Institutions are increasing fundraising results through a focus on giving from individuals and family foundations.
Consultants: Alexis Barber | Annie Harm
Bentz Whaley Flessner outlines 4 steps to maximize fundraising dollars from family foundations.
Find out how communicating charitable IRA rollover opportunities with donors can increase dollars, build endowments and fund major projects.
3 strategies for maximizing your major gifts.
Check out this neat graphic Data Science Bowl featured. The visualization is from an app that predicts the next play in a football game in real-time and was created by data scientists at Booz Allen Hamilton. Think about how exciting Super Bowl 51 could be with this! The Data Science Bowl works to solve other problems through […]
Last week I went to an interesting Meetup session called, “What Kaggle Learned from 2+ million models?” hosted by the Statistical Programming DC group and Data Science DC group. Anthony Goldbloom, the CEO and Co-Founder of Kaggle spoke about some interesting data projects that Kaggle had facilitated, how competition results are used, and discussed methods used to win […]
The advantages of establishing common-sense metrics and deliverables for prospect research are outlined in this AFP article co-authored by Bentz Whaley Flessner’s Bond Lammey.
Bentz Whaley Flessner outlines how full-costing may be worth considering for non-profit organizations that seek private giving revenue to cover operating costs.
Consultants: Annie Harm | Bruce Flessner
The constant cycle of ever larger campaigns means that the steps taken after a campaign are more important than ever to set up the next campaign up for success. In this edition of Points of Practice, Bruce Flessner and Annie Harm outline post-campaign strategies to ensure success.
Bentz Whaley Flessner examines what presidential election cycles mean to nonprofits and what organizations can learn from these competitors.
The need for data-driven reporting, metrics, and analysis at non-profits has increased in recent years. This growing need means your institution needs to focus on retaining and growing operations talent and recognizing the importance of their contributions.