As of September 25, 2017
As announced last time, we’re beginning a new Director’s Column this month, and will publish it biweekly, on approximately the 1st and 15th of each month. We’ll cover PSI news items, feature achievements, alert you to latest “hot buttons,” and share information that might be helpful to you. As the news tradition puts it…
The Fundraising Fitness Test, spearheaded by Randy Fox with the assistance of our friend Bill Levis, continues to make headway and make waves at the same time. It’s a great way to be accountable to yourself as well as your team and administrators by understanding what works in your fundraising efforts. As a spin-off from the Fundraising Effectives Project of the AFP, it’s a tool that crunches the numbers for you. Take a look now on our website and write RandyFox@nadadventist.org.
PSI was represented at the ASI conference and subsequently assisted several who stopped by our exhibit. We value the efforts of ASI members and are happy to help them with advice and resources whenever possible.
Academies continue to grow in fundraising and make headway, but at the same time we’re a bit astonished about how many don’t know what PSI services can do for them—and those services range from consulting to our successful MAP program. See below.
Don’t forget that we can advertise jobs and post resumes on PSI’s website—perhaps we can help you, whether an employer or job seeker, make the right match for mutual benefit!
PSI is fortunate to have several professionals assisting us as requests for our services increases constantly. We’ll periodically feature these consultants, for whom we and many of our clients are grateful.
Derek L. Lane
Mr. Lane is the Principal owner of The Lane Consulting Group, an agency that provides workshops, training, and consulting services for community and faith-based organizations throughout the U.S. Some of his clients include World Vision, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Chamber of Commerce, and the Christian Community Development Association. Specific areas of specialization for churches and faith-based organizations include launching, growing, and funding nonprofits, governance, church growth, stewardship, and community relations. He has launched over a dozen non-profit agencies and secured $20+ million in grants and resources over the past thirty years. He is an ordained minister and graduate of Oakwood University and completed graduate-level work at MS State University in Leadership. He also completed the Nonprofit Executive Leadership Institute through Sanford University. In 2013 he was selected as a Peer Reviewer for the Standards of Excellence© Institute, and is the membership director for ASI in the Southern Union. He enjoys public speaking, writing and is passionate about helping communities, churches, and nonprofit organizations make an impact where they serve.
Until next time!