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Philanthropy Chat: Adam Natale of Fractured Atlas

00:09:10

Joe Winter from C4 Atlanta interviews Adam Natale, Director of Partnerships and Business Development with Fractured Atlas, about the programs "The Artist’s Survival Guide" and “Why Arts Organizations Should Collect Data”, presented during Funding for Arts Month at the Foundation Center-Atlanta.

Philanthropy Chat: Michael Bigley and Jenny Snyder on the DC Cultural Data Project

00:11:24

Jenny Snyder, Associate, Cultural Data Project, The Pew Charitable Trusts and Michael Bigley, program officer, the Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation, outline what is included in the database, its use by grantseekers, grantmakers and researchers, and how arts organizations can be included.

Talking Philanthropy: Leslie Crutchfield on 'Do More Than Give'

00:17:35

Our Talking Philanthropy podcast features social media strategist Larry Blumenthal and consultant Bill Silberg in conversation with people who are changing the way foundations and nonprofits do their work.

Philanthropy Chat: Rob Sheehan on Strategy Development for Nonprofits

00:15:14

Dr. Robert M. Sheehan, Jr. discusses how strategy development will help nonprofits overcome “mission gap” and increase their organizational impact. He also points out the seven deadly sins of nonprofit strategy. Sheehan is the Academic Director of the Executive MBA Program at the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, College Park.

The Michael Chatman Giving Show: Foundation Center-Atlanta Director Val Porter Discusses “Scrappy” Nonprofits and Small Business Partnerships

00:27:21

Securing funding as a new nonprofit organization can be extremely difficult. In this issue of Philanthropy Chat, Foundation Center-Atlanta Director Val Porter speaks at length about the importance of innovation to startup nonprofits, focusing on the potential of earned revenue and partnerships with small businesses.

Philanthropy Chat: Curtis Cannon on Volunteer Management

00:08:46

Curtis Cannon, Vice President for Partner Services, Greater DC Cares, shares tips on how to successfully manage a volunteer management program for your organization.

Philanthropy Chat: Benton Murphy on Grant Reports

00:13:07

Benton Murphy, program officer for the Community Foundation for the National Capital Region, explains how grantees can create grant reports that meet the requirements of the Washington Regional Association Grantmakers' Common Grant Application.

Talking Philanthropy: Jeff Jarvis on the ‘Radically Transparent’ Foundation

00:14:56

Our new podcast Talking Philanthropy features social media strategist Larry Blumenthal and consultant Bill Silberg in conversation with people who are changing the way foundations and nonprofits do their work.

Philanthropy Chat: Janis Foster Richardson on Grassroots Grantmaking

00:14:02

Janis Foster Richardson, executive director of Grassroots Grantmakers, discusses tactics differentiating grassroots grantmaking from more traditional grantmaking.

Philanthropy Chat: Christine Amer Mayer on Economic Development Grantmaking at the GAR Foundation

00:16:00

Christine Amer Mayer, chief operating officer and general counsel at the GAR Foundation, discusses the foundation's investments in economic development.

Talking Philanthropy: Holly Ross on Nonprofit Technology Use

00:11:06

Our new podcast Talking Philanthropy features social media strategist Larry Blumenthal and consultant Bill Silberg in conversation with people who are changing the way foundations and nonprofits do their work.

Philanthropy Chat: Beth Kanter Discusses The Networked Nonprofit

00:36:05

Beth Kanter, co-author of The Networked Nonprofit: Connecting with Social Media to Drive Change, shares her expertise about how social networking can be used by nonprofits to connect with others, raise money, and create mission awareness.

Talking Philanthropy: Doug White on Nonprofits and the Economic Recovery

00:17:13

Our new podcast Talking Philanthropy features social media strategist Larry Blumenthal and consultant Bill Silberg in conversation with people who are changing the way foundations and nonprofits do their work.

Philanthropy Chat: Marilyn Bancel on Effective Capital Campaigns in the Current Economy

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Many nonprofit capital campaigns have been negatively affected by the current economic climate. In this issue of Philanthropy Chat, Marilyn Bancel, Fundraising Consultant with the Oram Group and author of Preparing Your Capital Campaign, discusses how to jumpstart or revive your capital campaign in spite of the current economy.

Philanthropy Chat: Robert Jaquay on Economic Development Grantmaking at the George Gund Foundation

00:19:48

Robert B. Jaquay, associate director of the George Gund Foundation, discusses the foundation's investments in economic development.

Philanthropy Chat: Jan Masaoka on Nonprofit Sustainability in the New Normal

00:19:53

Given the continuing stressful fundraising environment and the current economic landscape, nonprofit sustainability should be considered when forming an overall fundraising plan. Listen as Jan Masaoka, Director and Editor-in-Chief of the popular online magazine Blue Avocado, and co-author of Nonprofit Sustainability: Making Strategic Decisions for Financial Viability discusses ways nonprofits can ensure sustainability through the current economic climate and well into the future.

Government Grants and Contracts 101: The Do’s and Don’t’s of Applying for Government Funding

00:51:35

Jennifer Walty and Imad Olmos provide insiders’ accounts of the world of New York City government grants.

Philanthropy Chat: Susan Gordon on Facebook Causes

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Susan Gordon, Causes' Nonprofit Coordinator, joins us to discuss effective use of online social networks for fundraising, integrating Causes into your organization's year-end fundraising plans, and insights for building community and fundraising opportunities online.

Star Power: Effective Celebrity Engagement for Your Arts Organization

1:12:09

Panelists discuss the do's and don'ts for taking advantage of celebrities to advance your organization’s misson. Joey Guastella of the Foundation Center moderates.

Philanthropy Chat: Matt Hodgson on Curating Your Nonprofit's Web Presence

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Matt Hodgson, hodgsonConsulting, recaps a live presentation at the Foundation Center-Washington, DC entitled “But What About Our Web Site? The Care and Feeding of Your Nonprofit’s Online Presence.”

Philanthropy Chat: What Motivates Bay Area Donors to Give to the Arts and Artists

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Marcelle Hinand Cady, nonprofit management consultant at Helicon Colaborative and co-author of the report It's Not About You...It's About Them: What Motivates Bay Area Donors to Give to the Arts and Artists, highlights key lessons analyzing giving and motivations of Bay Area arts donors.

Philanthropy Chat: Kevin Johnson Discusses Planned Giving

00:24:24

In this interview, Kevin Johnson, founder of Retriever Development Counsel, talks about his book, The Power of Legacy and Planned Gifts: How Nonprofit and Donors Work Together to Change the World.

Philanthropy Chat: Tom McLaughlin Discusses Mergers and Alliances

00:20:33

In this interview, Tom McLaughlin, founder of McLaughlin and Associates, talks about his book, Nonprofit Mergers & Alliances.

Philanthropy Chat: Kivi Leroux Miller Discusses Nonprofit Marketing

00:12:39

In this interview, Kivi Leroux Miller, a communications consultant and trainer, talks about her book, The Nonprofit Marketing Guide: High-Impact, Low-Cost Ways to Build Support for Your Good Cause.

Philanthropy Chat: Dr. Marybeth Gasman Discusses African American Family Foundations

00:09:52

In this interview, Dr. Marybeth Gasman, an associate professor at University of Pennsylvania's Graduate School of Education, talks about her report, A Growing Tradition? Examining the African American Family Foundation.