AGB 2024

Thanks for joining us at the AGB Foundation Leadership Forum in Los Angeles!

Use this form to download slides from our session with Dr. Nick Linde from the University of Nebraska Foundation.

And we’ll also send along resources for training and equipping your team to embrace generative AI.

Here's a sneak peek of our session with University of Nebraska Foundation...


Webinar: Annual Giving = Lead Generation

Watch a recording of our webinar where hosts: Dr. Nick Linde, Vice President of Advancement at the University of Nebraska Foundation and Alessandra Demmons, Director of Pipeline Development at the University of California, Berkeley talk to us on how to reimagine annual giving.

More Resources:

How the University of Nebraska Foundation achieved 100% coverage, 500 meetings, and $3.1 M in one year

Signal by EverTrue

AI, Fundraising, and the Future of EverTrue

The ROI of a Donor Experience Program

How to Get Organizational Buy-in to Launch a New Program

TrueTalk, episode 8: The AI Advancement Wishlist

Hear from your peers who are all in with EverTrue:

“Since we launched with EverTrue, we’ve interacted with thousands of donors in meaningful, personal ways.”

- Tyrell Warren-Burnett, Oregon State University

“Being part of the EverTrue DX community has allowed us to move a lot faster, ideate with industry partners, and stay focused on reaching our goals.”

- Dr. Nick Linde, University of Nebraska Foundation

“The beauty is that now fundraisers can be as creative as they want to be.”

- Stephanie Froehlich, Kansas State University Foundation

“This is the right approach. Donors are responding to DXOs and saying, ‘Thank you!”

- Amanda Trabue, Western Kentucky University

“We reached more people in 3 months than we did in the last year. This is the future of leadership and major gifts fundraising.”

- Brooks Hull, Texas State University (formerly Louisiana Tech University)

“We can build those 1-1 relationships and get people reconnected back to the institution and connected in more meaningful ways”

- Elizabeth Chapman, Emory University