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NPFX: The Nonprofit Fundraising Exchange

Jan 7, 2022

Welcome to season 3 of the Nonprofit Fundraising Exchange! In today's podcast episode, our panel discusses what nonprofits should watch out for in 2022, including how supply chain delays will impact direct mail calendars, strategies for retaining your best staff during the "Great Resignation," and opportunities to connect better with donors during the midterm election season.

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Additional IPM Resources

IPM's free Nonprofit Resource Library:

12 Mistakes Nonprofits Make in Their Fundraising Copywriting, Part 2 [Mistake #4 concerns the importance of outside envelopes]:

Nonprofit Staff Retention — Part 1: Are Higher Salaries Really the Answer?:

Nonprofit Staff Retention — Part 2: How to Attract and Keep the Best Employees:

Nonprofit Advocacy Basics

Rich Frazier has worked in the nonprofit sector for over 30 years. In his role as senior consultant with IPM Advancement, Rich offers extensive understanding and knowledge in major gifts program management, fund development, strategic planning, and board of directors development.

Russ Phaneuf, a co-founder of IPM Advancement, has a background in higher education development, with positions at the University of Hartford, Northern Arizona University, and Thunderbird School of Global Management. As IPM's managing director & chief strategist, Russ serves as lead fundraising strategist, award-winning content creator, and program analyst specializing in applied system dynamics. 

Samantha Timlick, vice president of client services for IPM Advancement, provides subject matter expertise that covers all aspects of client and project management including direct mail, telemarketing, and digital campaigns. Since 2007 she has managed renewal, appeal, and acquisition programs encompassing more than 200 million total recipients.