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5 things to know before starting a fundraising campaign.
Want to launch your online fundraising campaign? A little strategy is in order! From the beginning of a Fundraising campaign, it is important for non- ...
What’s Your Narrative? Stories worth telling.
By Patrick Coleman What's Your Narrative? Powerful Storytelling for Non Profits. Humans are literally built to learn through stories. Storyte ...
Campaign Fundraising Like a Politician
Lessons Learned from Campaign 2016 I have to admit, I'm a bit of a political junkie...when it comes to candidates' campaign fundraising strategies, t ...
Keeping Grads Connected to Your Mission
Cheers to the Class of 2016! It's graduation season. Mortarboard caps are being flung high into the air as graduates embark on a new adventure and th ...
The Age of Convenience
It's the age of convenience. Everything - in every category imaginable - is geared toward making things easier and more convenient. We have a need for ...
Tips on Inspiring Year-Round Giving
Spring is (finally) in the air and with the blooming of spring comes the season for marquee nonprofit fundraising events. From grand galas to spring f ...
Tips to Perfect the Art of Storytelling
Happy National Tell a Story Day! Do you know someone who is a good storyteller? Someone who can captivate an audience with the tale they are weaving. ...
Connect with Your Donors: Tell Your Parish Story
Churches are lucky among nonprofits; time to connect with your community is built into religious life. For Catholics, that means Sunday Mass. And as y ...
January is Nearly Gone…But Not Forgotten
Can it possibly be the last week in January already? Did you ever wonder where the month of January got its name? It’s named in honor of the Roman ...
Storytelling and Transparency Encourage Giving
Consistent, regular donations help fuel your church and its mission, but asking for money can be uncomfortable and even intimidating. Your confidence ...
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