Secrets to Year-End Fundraising

Year-End Fundraising: Secrets to Inspire Greater Giving

Charlie Imbergamo | Director of Strategic Programs Resources

Research shows that people make nearly one-third of all charitable gifts in December, with 12% of all giving occurring in the last three days of the year. What is your nonprofit doing to capitalize on the critical year-end giving season? Develop a practical plan to boost year-end fundraising for your nonprofit and get new strategies you can implement immediately.

WATCH: How to Increase Year-End Giving at Your Nonprofit

After watching this free video, you’ll better understand:

  • Effective year-end fundraising strategies for the final two months of the year, including Giving Tuesday
  • How to focus on the best fundraising strategies for your nonprofit right now
  • Practical ways to increase your success this year-end

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About the Presenter

Photo of Sara Leonard, NLC trainer

Sara Leonard, MBA, CFRE, is a solutions-oriented advancement professional with more than 25 years of experience in development and administration in the nonprofit field. She is a Certified Fundraising Executive and has been named a Master Trainer by the Association of Fundraising Professionals.

Sara has worked in the nonprofit sector, raising funds for health care, educational and cultural organizations. Sara launched the Sara Leonard Group in April 2015 to provide consulting, coaching and training to fundraisers, CEOs and nonprofit board members. She is an active trainer at the Nonprofit Leadership Center in fund development and volunteer management.

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