On this week's episode of IMPACTability®, we're joined by special guests Angelique Keys and Robert Paul. Angelique is the Director of Fundraising for Soukup Strategic Solutions, while Robert is a business owner and entrepreneur. These incredibly experienced guests break down everything you need to know about stewardship. Plus, they both offer some amazing tips and tricks to give your stewarding efforts a boost.
Angelique Keys is a gifted fundraiser with over 18 years of experience in a variety of fundraising roles. Robert Paul is a business leader and entrepreneur with 35 years of B-to-B sales experience. He enjoys partnering with nonprofits to help support their missions.
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- Introductions 1:30
- What is donor stewardship? 2:20
- Does the level of gift matter? 5:00
- How to offset expensive gift prices 8:07
- Story about stewarding a donor into a larger gift 9:13
- Sponsored by 13:00
- Second Introductions 14:00
- What to keep in mind with stewardship 15:00
- Custom Glasses story 15:30
- Is there a standard gift or is unique better? 19:30
- What do you get the person who has everything? 22:00
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