Our latest episode is here and it’s one you won’t want to miss!
Meet Mimosa Kabir, Officer, Events & Creative Partnerships at War Child Canada.
Mimosa is a changemaking fundraiser who specializes in event management, relationship-building, and tactical planning.
In today’s episode, we chat with Mimosa about what it’s like to launch a career in fundraising, diversity in the nonprofit sector, and why “Admin cost is ME!” deserves to be on a t-shirt.
Listen to hear us dive into these topics:
- Do fundraisers need on-the-ground experience to understand the charity’s mission?
- Why working in a small shop doesn’t completely protect you from also working in silos.
- How the for-profit world (and parents) just doesn’t understand what fundraisers do!
- Are Millennials really entitled, or are they just balanced in their approach to work & life?
- How to deal with: “Don’t you feel we have enough problems in our own backyard?”
- “Admin cost is ME!” The misconceptions and myths around the cost-per-dollar question.
- “People love to see the good guys fail.” Why media can be so hard on charities and nonprofit organizations.
- What new fundraisers don’t realize about the job before they start, and why everyone should practice: “Asking for more”.
- Which “red flags” stick out for Mimosa when evaluating potential jobs in the nonprofit sector.
- “The same faces, the same names … are not satisfying anymore.” How the nonprofit sector struggles to be more diverse and inclusive, and why progress is difficult especially at the executive level.
Listen online now at: AskingForMorePodcast.com or subscribe below!
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