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Posted by Joe Tumolo in Fundraising, Planned Giving, Podcast | 0 comments

It’s very easy to talk about what we need. Our organizations NEED money. It’s simple. When there’s a natural disaster, we respond in kind. If our local food bank needs assistance during the holidays, we give. When we respond to need, there’s something visceral that happens. We act. But these gifts, the one’s that buy food or supplies, tend to be small. The bigger gifts are one’s that respond to vision.

In this SECOND of THREE conversations with Brian Saber of Asking Matters, the conversation centers around how you can install that sense of vision and future in your donors to create gifts of vision. Bigger gifts that lead to far-reaching impact.

If this conversation piqued your interest, DOWNLOAD THIS BROCHURE to learn how you can schedule a half-day ASKING MATTERS training seminar for members of your organization.

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Why Joe?

For more than eleven years, Joe has worked with hundreds of charities of all shapes and sizes. Two of Joe’s greatest value propositions are:

1) A simple approach to Planned Giving. Many charities want to start a Planned Giving Program but see it as an overwhelming, out-of-reach proposition that requires too many resources. Joe shows fundraisers and donors how easy it is to make a Planned Gift.

2) A more strategic approach to working with donors. Joe teaches his clients how to combine relational selling with fundraising.

Joe’s proven process gets his clients measurable results in a short amount of time. Joe has a deep passion for the work he does (and for Tye, his rescue dog and mascot) (pictured), and is committed to ensuring that his clients are successful. Clients love "Coach Joe" because he keeps them focused and energized and he is always available to brain-storm and strategize about donor opportunities.
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