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Written by Matthew Rickard
on March 31, 2021

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. He 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

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