Welcome to Major Gifts Ramp-Up. Here’s a quick question, “are you receiving the finances you require to achieve significant impact?” If not, it may be time for you to re-imagine philanthropy in ways that transform both you and the organization you serve. Major Gifts Ramp-Up is a unique approach to fund development that will challenge everything you believe about
Jimmy LaRose & Kristi LaRose Share a Merry Christmas celebrating our love for friends and family this Holiday Season. When someone thinks of Christmas, they think of beautiful decorations, giving gifts and spending time with family. There’s a reason that many people consider it their favorite holiday. Christmas has a unique cultural impact like no other holiday. It consumes the entire month of December. Christmas is surrounded by movies, music and food, something that no other holiday can boast. For these reasons, it is the greatest holiday in the world.
O holy night! The stars are brightly shining, It is the night of our dear Saviour’s birth. Long lay the world in sin and error pining, Till He appeared and the soul felt its worth. A thrill of hope, the weary world rejoices, For yonder breaks a new and glorious morn. Fall on your knees! O hear the angel voices! O night divine, O night when Christ was born; O night divine, O night, O night Divine.
Major Gift Minimums w Jimmy LaRose is Jimmy’s take on what constitutes a Major Gift Dollar Amount. Imagine for a moment that your nonprofit has 1,000 supporters. And 120 of those supporters are responsible for 90% of your fundraising revenue. You’d probably want to build strong relationships with those 120 people — after all, their major gifts are likely one of the reasons your organization is able to fulfill its mission. You might be thinking that’s a dramatic example, but it’s the reality. Nearly 90% of all fundraising dollars come from just 12% of donors.
Lindell Recovery Network Jimmy LaRose – Fastest Four Minutes on YouTube is Jimmy’s take on Christian Living. St. Augustine is a fourth century philosopher whose groundbreaking philosophy infused Christian doctrine with Neoplatonism. He is famous for being an inimitable Catholic theologian and for his agnostic contributions to Western philosophy. He argues that skeptics have no basis for claiming to know that there is no knowledge.
Jimmy LaRose Parody – “Food & Water For All” is all that you would expect from our favorite nonprofit provocateur. Jimmy has always held the establishment’s feet to the fire by exposing the absurdity peddled by nonprofit consultants, association networks and industry rags. Now he’s launched an imaginary charity named “Food & Water For All.” See Jimmy meet with his newly formed “board of directors” during their first “Skype Call.”
Jimmy LaRose Baby Walking w Sharon LaRose (1968) Kingston, NY – Jimmy LaRose, born James Paul LaRose in Kingston, NY (September 2, 1967) seen here learning to walk with his loving mother Sharon LaRose and grandmother Florence Brinkerhoff. His father Joseph LaRose is actually filming.
NANOE Hosts Jimmy LaRose at Board of Governors’ Convention & Expo provides nonprofit executives a SNEAK PEAK at NANOE’s Biennial Virtual Event on April 20-21, 2021. NANOE and their 2,100 members have poignantly asked the question, “Is Charity Broken for Good?” This group of charitable leaders, named National Association of Nonprofit Organizations and Executives (NANOE), have determined that high-performing nonprofit leaders are entirely frustrated with the dysfunction of nonprofits.
Broken for Good Documentary: New Footage Released 2021 is about The Way Charity Works In The United States of America and takes viewers on a wild ride into the world of nonprofit management. Hailed as both provocative and uplifting BROKEN FOR GOOD uses an “emperor has no clothes” approach to reveal the current state of the charitable sector. Relying on humor and vivid story-telling BROKEN FOR GOOD challenges the existing order of things