Donor insights and fundraising tips & tricks with Jason Lewis
On this episode I speak with Jason Lewis, the Founder of Responsive Fundraising, an organisation that helps nonprofit leaders discover a holistic, meaningful and sustainable approach to advancing their mission. Jason is also the author of The War for Fundraising Talent and How Small Shops Can Win. Jason challenges many of the sector’s deeply engrained beliefs and assumptions about how fundraising really works. Whether writing, speaking or training, he questions the prevailing wisdom about fundraising practices, hiring decisions, and donor behaviour. Jason's first book, The War for Fundraising Talent, is an honest yet hopeful critique of contemporary fundraising practices. As founder of Responsive Fundraising, Jason strives to ensure that nonprofit leaders can understand and experience a holistic, meaningful and sustainable approach to fundraising. For more information on Jason and Responsive Fundraising you can visit their website at this link: Responsive Fundraising
Actor Jason Lewis, in the cat house, accused of shooting rice at stray cats. Plus, Lap Cats. How does that work? Plus our featured feline, Wolfie Smiles,
Hollywood Cats Podcast
Sex and the City actor Jason Lewis angers a cat-loving neighbor, who catches him, on camera, shooting near cats in his yard. Holly is part of the action and has the scoop! Also, the story behind lap cats; some do, some don't. But why? Also, our adorable featured feline, internet star, Wolfie Smiles!
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MTM 030 // Racism, Insensitivity, & Ignorance with Humble Tip (Jason Lewis)
Made To Matter with Polly Bice
Jason Lewis is a Christian rap artist, also known as Humble Tip. He is also the founder of a non-profit called Beautiful Tomorrow. Humble Tip travels the country encouraging our youth to be world changers. He also has a passion for educating on matters of race and in this conversation he talks about the difference in racism, insensitivity and ignorance.Follow Humble Tip on InstagramFollow Humble Tip on TwitterLike Humble Tip on FacebookSubscribe to Humble Tip's YouTubeBook Humble Tip for an EventCheck Out HT's Non-Profit Beautiful Tomorrow
The former Congressman and current Senate candidate joined Chad to discuss the campaign the day before the election. We asked multiple times for his opponent Sen. Smith to come on and she declined.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Voice of the Vikings Paul Allen shares an interesting perspective on the NFL's handling of COVID-19 as well as his thoughts on the Vikings game from over the weekend. Later, Jason Lewis comments on a recent interview he had with Esme Murphy.
#023 Madison Avenue, Cowboy Boots, and a WWII Vet with Jason Lewis
One Visit Away
The great Jason Lewis! Jason Lewis is one of the most well known names in the fundraising world. He is a consultant, author of The War for Fundraising Talent, and Founder of Responsive Fundraising. Jason tells some great stories in this episode ranging from Million dollar gifts to incredibly meaningful conversations at a small town steakhouse. You will walk away from this episode better equipped to raise money for your nonprofit!