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The End of Traditional Fundraising Jobs and What to Do About It

The End of Traditional Fundraising Jobs and What to Do About It Austin Distel

For many years, there has been a paradigm shift in the nonprofit sector due to the pandemic making it harder to contact donors or ask them to support campaigns. Technology has grown exponentially, and generative artificial intelligence (AI) and how it can be used to automate fundraising processes has become more popular. This has caused many traditional fundraising jobs to become obsolete, leaving many fundraisers uncertain of their future. 


The shift towards automated processes has been a long time coming, and it's no surprise that traditional fundraising jobs are becoming obsolete. However, it is important to note that the role of the fundraiser is still essential in the nonprofit sector. Fundraisers are the ones who build relationships with donors and create meaningful connections between them and the organization. Automation can help streamline processes, but it cannot replace the human element of fundraising.

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