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Woodrow Rosenbaum on GivingTuesday Insights and Charitable Giving in Down Economies – The Generosity Freakshow

Published by Brady Josephson

What does charitable giving look like in down economies? What are some things you should be looking for? Are all donors impacted the same? Woodrow Rosenbaum, Data and Insights Lead for GivingTuesday, discusses these questions and shares some insights from GivingTuesday in 2019 and some ideas to try for the next one (now on May 5th).

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Michael Wasserman, CEO & Co-Founder of Tiltify, on Livestream Fundraising and COVID-19 – The Generosity Freakshow

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How can in-person fundraising events be streamed online? How can peer-to-peer events be more engaging? And how can people raise millions of dollars playing video games? The answer: livestream fundraising. That’s the focus of this conversation with Michael Wasserman — CEO & Co-Founder of Tiltify, a leading livestream fundraising platform — as well as how livestream and other interactive technology can be used in response to COVID-19.

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Gabe Cooper, Author of Responsive Fundraising, on Responsive Fundraising – The Generosity Freakshow

Published by Brady Josephson

How can your fundraising be more responsive? Seems like a pretty pressing question but it’s a concept Gabe Cooper — CEO of Virtuous Software — and his team have been thinking about and been working on for a while. In fact, he recently wrote a book on the subject. In this episode, he discusses what Responsive Fundraising is, its key tenants, and what it looks like before sharing some of his views and experiences navigating the coronavirus pandemic.

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George Weiner, CEO of Whole Whale, on, well, all kinds of digital, giving, and social impact stuff – The Generosity Freakshow

Published by Brady Josephson

Is soap that benefits koala’s good for charity? Are Donor Advised Funds bad? Just how good are Google’s free tools for nonprofits? All things discussed, and much much more, with George Weiner, the Founder & CEO of Whole Whale — a digital agency that leverages data and tech to increase the social impact of nonprofits and for-benefit companies. This is a fun one.

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Jenna Jameson and Rich Dietz from OneCause on Social Fundraising Research – The Generosity Freakshow

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Social fundraising has been around for a while now but there’s still much we don’t know. This is why Jenna and Rich form OneCause did some extensive surveying of social fundraisers and social donors and what they unpack and share in this episode.

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David Burkus, Author of Friend of a Friend, on Networking and Creativity – The Generosity Freakshow

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Networking. You may have just threw up in your mouth a little bit there but networking isn’t just about awkward, forced conversations and David Burkus is here to tell you more about it. He is one of the world’s leading business thinkers whose forward-thinking ideas and bestselling books are changing how companies approach innovation, collaboration, and productivity and in this episode, he shares some of his research on networking — its power and how to do it better.

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Dean Karlan, Co-Founder of ImpactMatters, on Evaluating Nonprofits and Impact – The Generosity Freakshow

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How can we do better at evaluating nonprofits and their impact? This is something Dean Karlan — Co-founder and Chair of the Board of ImpactMatters, Professor of Economics and Finance at Northwestern University, and President and Founder of Innovations for Poverty Action — has spent his career working on and shares more about his work, research, and experience. He provides some tips to donors and nonprofits alike who are looking to make and show impact.

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Nathan and Brady from NextAfter on 2019 and Neat Experiments – The Generosity Freakshow

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The first pod of 2020 takes a look back at 2019 as Nathan and Brady talk about some of the highlights from the past year, share some of the things they’ve learned, and discuss a few of the neatest experiments.

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Nathan and Brady from NextAfter on 2019 and Neat Experiments

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Doug White, Author of Wounded Charity, on Fundraising Ethics, Media Coverage, and Generosity – The Generosity Freakshow

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Doug White — an author, teacher, advisor to nonprofit organizations and philanthropists — joins to discuss his new book Wounded Charity among other things. Doug shares how organizations should respond to a crisis as well as how the media covers, creates, or convolutes a crisis before sharing more broadly on giving, philanthropy, and generosity.

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Marta Serra-Garcia, Behavioral Economist and Professor at UCSD, on Pledging Research – The Generosity Freakshow

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Pledging has been used in fundraising for years but does it work? How could it be improved? Used for online gifts? Marta Serra-Garcia — a behavioral economist and an Assistant Professor of Economics & Strategic Management at the University of California San Diego — joins to discuss some new research covering the subject of pledging before discussing upcoming research and how generosity can be optimized.

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Marta Serra-Garcia, Behavioral Economist and Professor at UCSD, on Pledging Research

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