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Gender Matters: A Guide to Growing Women's Philanthropy
by Kathleen E. Loehr

Gender Matters: A Guide to Growing Women's PhilanthropyIn this new book, Kathleen Loehr focuses on the specific individual, team and organizational adaptations necessary to increase philanthropic support from women. Loehr breaks through ingrained fundraising behaviors and blind spots that are preventing fundraising teams from reaching new levels of growth in women's philanthropy. Designed as a catalyst for changing behavior, Loehr makes a compelling case that a focus on women donors gets results, and provides many specific adaptations for doing so.

Print published date: August 2018


Inside Philanthropy's Holly Hall says that "anyone trying to start a new women's giving program-or increase contributions from existing female donors—would do well to read Gender Matters: A Guide to Empowering Women's Philanthropy. Loehr convincingly explains how commonly used fundraising practices and habits developed and refined in the last century—a method of identifying the most desirable potential board members who will give, for example—are male-focused, and by using them, charities unwittingly overlook or exclude women."

Read her full review of Gender Matters: A Guide to Growing Women's Philanthropy.

Raising Your Organization's Largest Gifts 

Raising Your Organization's Largest Gifts

For most organizations, the giving decisions of a small number of philanthropic partners determine the organization's overall scale of accomplishment and extent of mission fulfillment. Framed another way, most organizations find that a very small number of donors provide the largest and most impactful philanthropic gifts. Accordingly, this book argues that while organizational leaders must of course fulfill varied responsibilities for engaging all donors, they should be particularly intentional about allocating time, energy and other resources in a disciplined effort focused on that small group of potential philanthropic partners who are in a position to provide transformative gifts.

With full appreciation for the need to engage thousands or tens of thousands of constituents in meaningful ways, this book urges that every organization create a principal gift program focused on 40 potential individual and institutional donors.

Print published date: June 2018

Inside Philanthropy's Holly Hall says that after decades in fundraising, she was "rewarded with new insights into the development profession."

Read her full review of Raising an Organization's Largest Gifts.


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