Your OCIO should not only strive to provide exceptional investment management — it should genuinely care about your mission.
We've always been dedicated to helping nonprofits achieve what's most important to them. That's why we strategically partner with many prominent industry groups and publications. We’re proud to add the ANA Nonprofit Federation to that list.
Focus on nonprofits that market to donors
The ANA Nonprofit Federation has been advancing the nonprofit marketing and charitable fundraising community since 1982.
- Access to conference and events where you can learn and network with peers
- Marketing tricks and tips
- How to aggressively and effectively advocate on postal, regulatory, legislative and accountability issues for the nonprofit fundraising community
- Access to 1200+ marketing and fundraising organizations
- Industry-leading best practices and potential performance-enhancing tools that are only available through the ANA
Give your foundation a leg up
Stay up to date with the latest industry trends. By networking with peers and attending learning sessions, you may learn:
- How to identify and build a framework for successful donor pipeline development
- Monthly giving topics like attribution and channel
- How to identify growth opportunities that can transform your program
- Incorporate direct mail, telemarketing, and planned giving — the mainstays of fundraising
- Digital and multi-channel fundraising with email segmentation and online privacy
- Measurement and attribution techniques to help prioritize investment opportunities
Find out more how the right OCIO can help your donor marketing program take off.Get a donor marketing tool kit
Information provided by SEI Investments Management Corporation (SIMC), a registered investment adviser and wholly owned subsidiary of SEI Investments Company (SEI). SEI and the ANA Nonprofit Federation are not affiliated. SEI is a sponsor of the ANA Nonprofit Federation.
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