Tony Martignetti is the host of the Nonprofit Radio podcast where his slogan is: “Big nonprofit ideas for the other 95%.”
As an expert in gift planning and charity registration, Tony has been quoted in publications like The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and The Chronicle of Philanthropy, and has spoken to audiences at the NextGen:Charity Conference, Association of Fundraising Professionals, Bernstein Global Wealth Management and more.
In today’s episode we chat with Tony about everything from charitable law to bad conference presentations to why fermented foods aren’t a great topic for nonprofit audiences!
In this podcast we discuss:
- How Nonprofit Radio’s podcast topics have evolved over the last eight years
- Want to start a charity? Listen to this advice first!
- Planned giving for young folks? When should we talk to donors about their legacies?
- How performing stand-up comedy connects to being a great communicator!
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