It’s Possible!

You’ll walk away with easy-to-implement strategies & tools from Lori’s keynote, training session or board retreat.
Lori inspires even the most-weary or overworked nonprofit staff and board members by building on what is already working.
With a passion for the positive & storytelling focus, Lori helps you find the it’s possible mind-set to most any fundraising challenge

It’s Possible!

With easy-to-implement strategies & tools that will inspire even the most-weary or overworked nonprofit staff or board member, Lori makes your training sessions, keynotes, and board retreats effective and memorable.

With a passion for the positive Lori helps you find the
it’s possible angle to most any fundraising challenge.

35

years of experience

405,275,000

raised from individual donors

10,560

coaching & training sessions delivered

Want to leave your board, conference attendees, or staff excited & energized about your mission? Book Lori Today!

Bold & clear. With the tools you shared today staff, board members, donors and volunteers will be raising goosebumps and money all over town!

Maddy ShearNonprofit Education Specialist, Park City Community Foundation

Your training today was exceptional! Thank you! You’re very good at what you do & we are very lucky to get to work with you!

Fawn Bernhardt-NorvellDirector of Development, The Center for Victims of Torture

When I know you are facilitating a webinar I make sure to clear my schedule so I can attend. I learn so much and take away some really fantastic ideas and therefore am better equipped to help my organization.

Michelle DuffCommunity Relations Manager, Rimrock Trails Treatment Services

Lori is a speaker who IGNITES audiences with poise, humor, enthusiasm (and best practices) and will inspire attendees at your next board retreat or conference.

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From getting started with storytelling to finding templates to help you work with your board you can ignite your fundraising right now.

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Bold & clear. With the tools you shared today staff, board members, donors and volunteers will be raising goosebumps and money all over town!

Maddy ShearNonprofit Education Specialist, Park City Community Foundation

Your training today was exceptional! Thank you! You’re very good at what you do & we are very lucky to get to work with you!

Fawn Bernhardt-NorvellDirector of Development, The Center for Victims of Torture

When I know you are facilitating a webinar I make sure to clear my schedule so I can attend. I learn so much and take away some really fantastic ideas and therefore am better equipped to help my organization.

Michelle DuffCommunity Relations Manager, Rimrock Trails Treatment Services

Lori is a speaker who IGNITES audiences with poise, humor, enthusiasm (and best practices) and will inspire attendees at your next board retreat or conference.

Learn more

From getting started with storytelling to finding templates to help you work with your board you can ignite your fundraising right now.

Learn more

Fire Starters

Lori’s blog dedicated to sharing boldness, clarity and wisdom for fundraising professionals.

Tactics to Keep Donors Giving
Donor Engagement

4 Powerfully Simple Ways to Keep Donors Engaged – Even During a Pandemic

When each day feels like the same as the day before, it can take more brain power to keep our donor communications fresh. Before I share my four powerfully simple ways to keep donors engaged – even during a pandemic, let’s talk about a few important communication reminders: • Now…
Storytelling

How to Powerfully Use Storytelling During a Pandemic

Pandemic storytelling. Is it different? What stories are you sharing these days? How can you powerfully use storytelling now? Are the rules different?
Nonprofits

Our Right to Heal: Stories from Black Women Fundraisers

I share these stories to help me and all of us listen, educate ourselves, and stand in solidarity with these and all Black women fundraisers.
Fundraising

The Fundraisers Paradox – Updated for Coronavirus

Until the end of time we, in the nonprofit sector, live in the fundraisers paradox. That place of what we feel we need to tell our donors and what our donors want to hear from us.