RSC Launches Fundraising Educational Video Series for Non-Profit Organizations

Indianapolis – Robert Swaney Consulting, Inc. (RSC) has released the video series, “RSC: Arts Fundraising / Engaging and Keeping Partners”, available to the public free of charge, and accessible via Youtube. Featuring RSC Senior Consultant (and certified fundraising executive) Scott Giffen, the series captures excerpts from a workshop generously sponsored by the Missouri Arts Council and presented to local arts leaders in Springfield, Missouri. Aimed to provide “best practices” related to non-profit fundraising, RSC’s seven-part video series focuses on various sub-topics ranging from the 'Components of the Right Ask', 'Ask Techniques' and 'Thanking Your Donors'.
“Scott did a terrific job with his presentation that reinforces some very basic but very important principles of fundraising,” states RSC Founder and CEO Robert Swaney, “and RSC is pleased to make these videos available to a global audience. RSC is committed to helping non-profit organizations improve their contributed revenue growth results and we therefore trust that this new video resource proves valuable to those organizations.”

“RSC: Arts Fundraising / Engaging and Keeping Partners” is available via and can be accessed by clicking here to begin the first video, or search “RSC Giffen” in the Youtube search bar.


Established in 2006, Robert Swaney Consulting (RSC) is a national provider of contributed revenue growth strategies and hands-on interim management for arts and cultural institutions. The firm has offices in Indiana, Missouri and Georgia.


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