This week on #GrantChat Dave Tinker, CFRE FAFP is joining us to talk about Frethics (Fundraising Ethics) – How to Avoid Sticky Donor Situations When Using Social Media.
Dave is Vice President of Advancement at ACHIEVA and an adjunct professor of informatics at Muskingum University’s Master of Information Strategy, Systems, and Technology program. He was honored by AFP International as one of the first Distinguished Fellows. In October 2016, he was honored by AFP International as one of six in the inaugural class of Distinguished Fellows of AFP. Dave received the Outstanding Fundraising Executive Award from the AFP Western PA chapter. He has had written for Advancing Philanthropy, NTEN’s Changes Magazine, Alliance for Strong Families and Communities, and The Fundraising School at the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University.
Q1: What are some of your favorite resources on #ethics and #fundraising? #grantchat
Q2: Have you ever seen information online about funder (or their staff) that seems to be oversharing? #grantchat
Q3: If you answered yes to Q2, did you use that information to help your application or interactions with the funder? #grantchat
Q4: Does your org or groups you consult with have a #socialmedia policy or guidelines? #grantchat
Q5: What are good resources for #socialmedia policies? #grantchat
Q6: Is it okay to accept pay based on a percentage of #grant funds? #grantchat
Q7: If a funder to your org/client ever did something unscrupulous, would you ever consider giving back the #grant funds? #grantchat
Q8: In writing copy for materials or proposals, what do you do to avoid potentially plagiarizing? #grantchat
Q9: Have you ever looked up the license of stock images you use for your work? #grantchat
Q10: What are some #ethical situations that you have experienced before? How did you handle them? #grantchat
Guests: Dave Tinker, CFRE FAFP @davethecfre