- 1.NOZA: Tips & Tricks Facilitator:Kami Griffiths, TechSoup Presenters:DeAndrea Russell, U.S. Fund for UNICEF Nat Caldwell, Middlebury College Michelle Linville, Options for IndividualsKathleen Rogers, NOZA July 9, 2008 Webinar Conference Call:866-740-1260;Code: 6339392
2. Using ReadyTalk
- If you lose your internet connection, reconnect using the link emailed to you.
- If you lose your phone connection, r e-dial the phone number and re-join.
3. You are being recorded
- Online seminars will be available for replay on the TechSoup and NOZA websites.
- You will receive a link this afternoon.
4. Todays Speakers Kami Griffiths VolunteersJacqui Higgins & Raquel Ogaz (NOZA Customer Support) Chris Peters & Matt Palmer (TechSoup) Michelle Linville DeAndrea Russell Nat Caldwell Kathleen Rogers 5. What is NOZA?
- NOZA is the worlds largest source ofsearchableindividual, corporate and foundation giving data.
6. Where does NOZA data come from?
- NOZA technology locates unstructured, publicly available charitable giving facts and convertsthem into an online searchable database.
- This allows NOZA users to search,download and save data anytime,quickly, easily and affordably.
- And this reflects the NOZA mission: To help nonprofits raise more moneyand spend less money doing it.
Source: Annual Report 2005-06 7. Prospect Research Defined
- Prospect Research = Fundraising Intelligence
- Discovery andanalysis of meaningful, relevant information about donors.
- Information discovered ranges from the very specific to the very broad
- Donor's philanthropic history
- Larger economic trends likely to affect the donor
- Discovery may include the tracking of an ongoing story (company takeover, etc.)
- Researchers package the information clearly and concisely and provide it the fundraising operation's front line, the gift officers.
- The successful researcher is a trusty, savvy advisor to the fundraising operation's front line.
- In small nonprofits, the executive officer may also be the researcher and major gift officer.
8. Why Prospect Research Matters
- Research feeds the fundraising cycle and the fundraising cycle feeds your non-profit money.
- Help you achieve your mission and provide programs and services to local, national and international communities.
9. The Fundraising Cycle (c) Nat Caldwell 2008
- Research -- and NOZA -- come into play at three key phases of the cycle.
10. Get the Most Out of TechSoup
- At TechSoup, youll find a range of technology services to help your nonprofit:
- Read helpful articlesin our Learning Center
- Request donated software , hardware, and online services
- Join our community forumsto learn from your colleagues
- Browse upcoming eventsand conferences
11. TechSoup Stock Vendor Partners
12. NOZA Special Offer: July 23 at TechSoup
- TechSoup & NOZA pleased to present exclusive offer to help your nonprofit boost its fundraising:
- For 8 hours only on July 23 at TechSoup
- Eligible organizations can request package to access 4,175 NOZA records
- Specially discounted $99 admin fee (retail value is $250)
- Learn more atwww.techsoup.org (click on NOZA logo)
13. Continue the Discussion
- Have more comments about philanthropy research using NOZA? Post them on our community forums:
- The NOZASearch Bloghttp://blog.nozasearch.com
14. Thank you to our Webinar Sponsor! 15. For More Information Contact: Kami Griffiths TechSoup 415-633-9392 [email_address] www.techsoup.org NOZA questions or training requestsContact: Jacqui Higgins NOZA Customer Relations Manager 1-888-964-NOZA (toll free) [email_address]