108. Year-End Giving Strategies with Lisa Quist
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What are your year-end giving strategies? How will you close the calendar year and capitalize on the giving season? Jim Friend is joined by Lisa Quist, the new Executive Director of Mission Support and Chief Development Officer for the Franciscan Friars of Atonement. As the Executive Director, Lisa provides strategic leadership for their comprehensive multichannel fundraising program, which generates revenue that supports the ministries of the Friars. Prior to joining the Friars, Lisa served as the Chief Development Officer of the Edmundite Missions located in Selma, Alabama, where she led all of their philanthropic strategies that supported the Mission’s transformative life-saving and life-changing programs. Lisa is relatively new to her role and she also discusses what to focus on first as a new Development Director. Please join us for this informative discussion.
Lisa Quist always brings great experience and knowledge to our conversations, I really enjoyed having her on the show this week. In my intro, I referenced Phillipians 2:6-8. The Word of Fire did an article that references John Paul II’s Law of the Gift “where we receive back true freedom and happiness when we give ourselves away in service and love” I think you’ll enjoy that article. I wish you blessings his week!
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