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Updated December 2019
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Fundraising Freedom is a growing community of men and women who are raising funds to support the causes they love. In each episode, fundraising coach and award-winning author, Mary Valloni, takes a deep dive into topics like volunteer recruitment, event planning, major gift fundraising, and personal development. Episodes include featured interviews with top experts in each of these areas. Mary delivers motivating and thought-provoking messages while sharing stories of fundraisers who have fo ...
 
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On today’s show I am featuring an episode from a new podcastI am co-hosting with my friend, Joel Kessel. The Nonprofit Executive Podcast is for growth-minded executives who arelooking to take their nonprofits to the next level through strategic planningand fundraising. On this podcast, Joeldiscusses his steps to create a successful strategic pl ...…
 
We are just coming off the holiday weekend and we’re gearingup for the end of the year. If you’reanything like me, you’re thinking about all of the things you want toaccomplish in the new year. December isalso the biggest giving month of the year; more than 30% of all donations aregoing to hit in this month with 12% hitting the last 24 hours of ...…
 
On today’s episode, I’m joined by my friend and client, DanHurrelbrink. Dan is the director ofBarnabas Ministries and is coming to us from Romania. Dan realized that what he was doing to raisemoney wasn’t working and he needed to make the necessary changes to be able tomeet his fundraising goals. Barnabas Ministries was founded in 1993, several ...…
 
My guest today is April Jurgensen, who is the co-founder of TheBoaz Project and one of my Fundraising Freedom Academy students. April just recently won an author academy awardfor her book, The Orphan’s Abba. Apriland her husband inspire and equip leaders around the world to care for orphansin their own communities. Tell us about the fundraising ...…
 
These last few weeks have been quite the whirlwind forme. I went out of town for 10 days thatkicked off with a workshop I did with my friend Joel for nonprofit executives,then to the Igniting Souls author conference, and concluded with taking on abrand new client. What is gratitude? It’s a feeling of appreciation and showing an appreciation of ...…
 
Today we are talking with Danny Ozment, founder and producerat Emerald City Productions. Danny was on a path to becoming a conductorwhen his daughter’s birth necessitated flexibility and a major change inpriorities. Danny spent the first sevenyears in his new business focusing on a cappella given his 20-year music careeras a singer and producer ...…
 
On today’s show, we are joined by my guest, Meredith Noble. Meredith is the lead instructor and founder ofSenecaWorks project management consulting firm and learngrantwriting.org. Their mission is to empower naturalchange-makers in making our communities vibrant, sustainable, and healthy. Can you demystify grant writing for us? Grant writing is ...…
 
This time of year, the weather starts to get chilly, theleaves begin to turn, and we start thinking about the upcoming holidays. People enjoy spending time together in thisseason and it’s a great time to invite folks into your home for an intimatefundraiser. You don’t have to put onhuge fundraising events in order to be successful; fundraisers ...…
 
On today’s show, I’m talking with Paul Klein, who has movedthrough the business world into consulting. Paul’s story is a very common one, he worked in the corporate world for18 years and around the age of 40, realized how unhappy he had become and decidedto make a change. Although he wasexperiencing a very successful career, he felt unfulfilled ...…
 
On today’s show, I interview Mary Hiland with Hiland Consulting. Mary has been involved with nonprofit organizations for more than 40 years. She went from volunteer to staff to executive director. Mary led two mergers of her nonprofit with 530 staff and has worked with budgets ranging from $100,000-$26 million. Mary is now a consultant and coac ...…
 
If you’re anything like me, you love good motivation. We’re told we need to motivate our teams, our volunteers, ourselves, but is it actually garbage? The definition of motivation is the desire or willingness to do something. Motivation Garbage comes from Mel Robins and her book The 5 Second Rule. She says motivation is garbage…Continue reading ...…
 
Your Zone of Genius is the intersection of your interests, passions and skills and ultimately result in your superpower or your zone of genius. On today’s show we tackle the 7 questions to ask yourself to harness your zone of genius. To start let’s review the four main operating zones as described in Gay Hendricks…Continue reading Episode 126 | ...…
 
Over the last two years, my husband and I have been in the process of building our dream home. It all started when I did this one thing…I made a decision! To make a decision means you’re cutting off all other options to achieve your goal/dream. For me, I wrote a personal check to myself for $250,000 and…Continue reading Episode 125 | The One Th ...…
 
I modeled this fundraiser off of a conference I recently attended. The conference felt so special and exclusive and that’s how I wanted the guests to feel at this fundraiser. I always want every person – donors, staff members, and volunteers alike – to feel special and like they are a part of something bigger than themselves. I wanted…Continue ...…
 
Arlene Cogen spent more than 20 years in the trust and investment services industry, and 9 years in non-profit development. She is a sought-after speaker and coach as well as a certified financial planner. Arlene is also the author of Give to Live: Make A Charitable Gift You Never Imagined. Why is philanthropic giving so important? People give ...…
 
David Baker is a recovering lawyer who has provided comprehensive fund development services to nonprofits, social service agencies, churches, and libraries for over 20 years. David has raised hundreds of millions of dollars through major gift efforts. He has consulted with organizations in California, Ohio, Michigan, Missouri, Georgia, Tennesse ...…
 
Culture in the U.S. is driven by success and the Enneagram teaches that every type has a driver/motivator. Teresa McCloy has been married to her husband Dale for 36 years and live on a 3rd generation family grain farm in Central Illinois. Now that she’s living and leading her passion, the joy has returned to her everyday, ordinary REALIFE! It c ...…
 
Today’s guest is my dear friend and new business partner, Joel Kessel. I love talking strategy and in this episode Joel shares his 8-Steps to a successful strategic plan including: Step 1 ==> Plan-To-Plan Step 2 ==> Environmental Scan Step 3 ==> Ideal Future Vision Step 4 ==> Current State Assessment Step 5 ==> Areas…Continue reading Episode 12 ...…
 
In today’s episode we address the very common desire to want to jump right to our final destination. Of course we want to raise those funds fast, but we just might miss the best part…the journey! Mary shares how to enjoy the journey by doing the following 5 things: 1. Travel with people you like.…Continue reading Episode 119 | 5 Ways to Enjoy t ...…
 
Today’s episode features social media expert, small business owner, and nonprofit executive director, Lauren Davis. Lauren lives close to Chicago in Rockford, Illinois, but works with people around the world to overcome their personal branding discontent and grow their presence so that they can focus on sales, exposure, leadership and community ...…
 
Today we may get a bit emotional, but as you know emotions are important especially when raising funds for your cause. In this episode we tackle 3 important questions (that I totally stole from my friend, Mike!). They include: 1. What Pisses You Off? (The Injustice) 2. What Breaks Your Heart? (The Compassion) 3. What…Continue reading Episode 11 ...…
 
Marketing expert, Mike Kim, joins the show to address what’s working and what’s not in nonprofit marketing. Find out why you need to address the elephant in the room and how to do that by addressing these 3 P’s… 1. Potential 2. Promise 3. Progress Most people are willing to give you a hand up…Continue reading Episode 116 | How to Address the El ...…
 
Some of us have an easier time than others, but the same thing holds us all back from growth and it comes back to…TRUST. It’s for good reason that our guard goes up especially if you really care about your cause. So how do we overcome our trust issues. These four things will help: 1.…Continue reading Episode 115 | The #1 Thing Holding You Back ...…
 
It is common to assume that our potential donors know exactly how they can give and serve our causes. But could you imagine if you walked into a restaurant, sat down at a table, and the waiter or waitress never gave you a menu? I’m sure you’d be annoyed and frustrated and probably wouldn’t come…Continue reading Episode 114 | How to Create a Win ...…
 
Most nonprofit and ministry leaders are determined to fund their mission and often wonder if they are doing everything they possibly can to raise funds, which leads to the question…”Is cold-calling a good idea?” In today’s episode we talk through the most efficient way to cold-call and how to add warm-calls to your marketing efforts.…Continue r ...…
 
In today’s episode we jump in and look at how we’re uniquely equipped to raise funds using our specific strengths. We talk through the four stages of competence by Martin M. Broadwell (known as the four levels of teaching) including: 1. Unconscious incompetence 2. Conscious incompetence 3. Conscious competence 4. Unconscious competence and Gay ...…
 
In this episode, I can’t help but go after the lies that our charities are believing. The three lies that need to die include: 1. There is only so much money to go around. 2. No one wants to give. 3. People only want to give to projects. All three of these tap into the…Continue reading Episode 111 | The 3 Nonprofit Lies That Need to Die…
 
In this episode we dig deep into “The Donor’s Journey.” This is the path that every donor, volunteer and staff goes through when they decide whether to link arms with your cause and align themselves with the work you do. The 7 Steps include: 1. Know 2. Like 3. Trust 4. Try 5. Give 6.…Continue reading Episode 110 | 7 Steps to Sustainability…
 
In this episode we not only talk through the three reasons why it’s hard to motivate your board members (or advisory group), but we also dig in and talk through what you can do to turn things around. Here are the resources we talked about on today’s show: Free webinar training for board members is…Continue reading Episode 109 | 3 Reasons Why It ...…
 
“If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got.” -Henry Ford, founder of the Ford Motor Company At 15 years old, Ford left home to become an apprentice and if it’s good enough for Ford it should be good enough for us. Growing and learning from others is an…Continue reading Episode 108 – What Got You Here, Wo ...…
 
Today’s interview is with Dr. Michael Hudson – a speaker, coach, and “idea-junkie” – who wants to help leaders do work that truly matters. During our time together Michael shares his 3 R’s and gives insight into how we can improve our storytelling so our message not only gets heard, but also get’s repeated. For…Continue reading Episode 107 | Ho ...…
 
There are a lot of things that we may be afraid to say, but these are the four we shouldn’t shy away from: 1. “I Don’t Know” 2. “I Made a Mistake” 3. “I Need Help” 4. “I’m Sorry” In this episode we dive into each one and talk through why they are important to…Continue reading Episode 106 | The 4 Things You Shouldn’t Be Afraid to Say…
 
What do you really want? Today’s episode will challenge you to 1.) give your vision language, 2.) use your imagination to mentally create your vision, and 3.) build the plan that will physically create your vision. Every vision needs a mission statement. Here’s the template I share to get that mission on paper… I/We are…Continue reading Episode ...…
 
We’ve all been there where we feel so exhausted and overwhelmed that something has to change. Burnout is often caused by overwork or stress so to recharge our batteries we need to make time to unplug and relax. Typical signs and symptoms of burnout include: 1. Failure to take responsibility 2. Abuse of food, drugs…Continue reading Episode 104 | ...…
 
Bridgett Myers is the Chief Development Officer at FosterAdopt Connect (and Mary’s former boss). Bridgett assumed the new role in January 2018 after serving in executive leadership with the American Cancer Society for 23 years. Bridget digs in and shares incredible fundraising tips and hiring advice every non-profit executive leader should know ...…
 
Today’s episode features CFRE and AFP Master Trainer, Jason Lewis. Known for his willingness to question deeply engrained beliefs and assumptions of how effective fundraising really works, Jason shares his knowledge and expertise in this episode. If you’re interested in hearing how fundraising should really work, then you need to listen in. Her ...…
 
After 100 episodes, I’m more committed than ever to your success. In this episode I share my three big takeaways from the past 100 episodes including: 1. I started this podcast with the intention of teaching others how to raise funds, but I ended up learning so much more. 2. Habits are hard to start,…Continue reading Episode 101 | The 3 BIG Tak ...…
 
Today’s episode is the last episode of 2018 and the last episode before a new name change for 2019! Catch the #1 thing holding you back and we’ll talk through the 20 things successful people do to achieve their goals so you’re all set for 2019. The 20 things include… 1. They make time for…Continue reading Episode 100 | The #1 Thing Holding You ...…
 
Instead of focusing on what doesn’t work, let’s talk about what is working! On today’s episode, we talk through 5 things that charities are doing really well this holiday season. We reflect back on episodes 72-77 where we talk about the 6 Principles of Persuasion by Robert Cialdini. I share real examples of how you…Continue reading Episode 99 | ...…
 
On today’s podcast we take a trip down memory lane and we look at all the things we’ve wanted. What have you always wanted? Do you want to start a new fundraiser? Build that new building? Pay off debt? We address these 3 questions you should ask yourself… 1. What do I want? 2. Why…Continue reading Episode 98 | The 3 Questions You Should Ask Bef ...…
 
Today’s guest is wealth advisor, Laura Waller, with P3 Life Builders where she focuses on helping for profit and nonprofit leaders to live a life of Purpose, Power, and Prosperity. Listen in as Laura shares the 3 S’s to fund and fuel your growth in 2019 including: 1. State of Mind 2. Story 3. Strategy…Continue reading Episode 97 | The 3 S’s to ...…
 
A common mistake made on Giving Tuesday is to tell people “It’s Giving Tuesday!” and then ask for their money. Instead of going that route this year, let’s consider giving and not taking by doing one or more of the following… 1. Share helpful resources. 2. Answer donor questions. 3. Showcase your donors with a…Continue reading Episode 96 | 10 W ...…
 
“Opportunities, relationships, even money flowed my way when I learned to be grateful no matter what happened in my life.” — Oprah Winfrey “When you are grateful, fear disappears and abundance appears.” — Tony Robbins It’s too easy to accept other people’s generosity without reciprocating the kindness. As we gear up for the largest giving seaso ...…
 
On this week’s show we continue the conversation on the Enneagram where we break down each number by money strengths, weaknesses and advice given by people of the same number. The Enneagram is broken down into 9 types including: 1. The Reformer – The Rational & Idealistic Type 2. The Helper – The Caring &…Continue reading Episode 94 – Part 2: A ...…
 
The personality test that everyone is talking about is the Enneagram, which is Greek for the number nine. The Enneagram is broken down into 9 types including: 1. The Reformer – The Rational & Idealistic Type 2. The Helper – The Caring & Interpersonal Type 3. The Achiever – The Success-Oriented, Pragmatic Type 4. The…Continue reading Episode 93 ...…
 
After the death of her daughter, Laura’s life turned upside down. Through the grief, she realized that she wasn’t alone and it later became the start to her charity, Grieving Parents Sharing Hope. On this episode, Mary and Laura walk through the first steps of the Fundraising Freedom process to ensure your fundraisers are innovative…Continue re ...…
 
On today’s episode we talk through the 6 Basic Emotions and how you can use emotion to reach your 90-Day Challenge Goal and bring in more donations to your cause. The 6 Basic Emotions include: 1. Happiness (joy, trust, anticipation) 2. Fear 3. Surprise 4. Sadness 5. Disgust 6. Anger Definition of Emotion: Any conscious…Continue reading Episode ...…
 
As you work on your 90-Day Challenge goals, this one office supply could be the difference between reaching or not reaching your goals. Take action and complete this week’s exercise by writing down your 5 goals and completing your list of who you need to be, what you need to do to have what you…Continue reading Episode 90 | The Single Most Impo ...…
 
We’re just 90 days away from the end of the 2018 calendar year and the largest giving season of the year! Join us as we take the 90-Day Challenge! Write down your top 25 goals and circle your top 5. As Warren Buffet’s 5/25 Rule suggests, focus 100% of your attention on the top 5…Continue reading Episode 89 | Take the Year-End 90-Day Challenge…
 
Your personal feelings around money does make a difference in the donations you bring in. Take some time to evaluate how you handle money personally and professionally and ask yourself the following questions. ⁃ What is your money story? ⁃ What emotions does money bring up? ⁃ What is your new story going to be?…Continue reading Episode 88 | How ...…
 
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