Tag Archives: philanthropy

Comparison of 4 Global Wealth and Philanthropy Reports

by Sabine Schuller You can’t lose. Everywhere on the planet, someone is generously lending a hand to their neighbor. Philanthropy can be time, talent, or treasure – it can be 5 rupees or US$5,000,000. There are many resources to help understand where your future donors are and what their philanthropy looks like. Following are four… Read More »

10 Steps to Deliver on International Prospecting

by Jason J. Briggs International prospect research is commonly considered high risk in the sense that it often fails to bring satisfying results and takes considerably more resources. Therefore, there is extra emphasis for research managers to plan international prospecting carefully to mitigate these risks.  It was in this spirit that the Research Team at… Read More »

What About Women?

Prospect Development from a Female Perspective   This is a story about a female Prospect Researcher tasked with identifying and researching women prospects and donors at a community non-profit. There are trials and tribulations as she discovers that the publicly available resources information professionals employ in their day to day work lack robust details about… Read More »

Where have all the donors gone?

Before I began my career in Prospect Research / Advancement Services, a field I’ve been in now for over 17 years, I spent many years working in Employment and Training. As I expanded my current professional scope to include the area of data analysis, I could not help but look at the data both from… Read More »