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Campaign Fundraising Like a Politician

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 ...
Charitable Giving On the Rise for Second Consecutive Year

Charitable Giving On the Rise for Second Consecutive Year

The numbers are in... 2015 was another record-setting year for charitable giving. According to the recently released "Giving USA 2016: The Annual Repo ...
Keeping Grads Connected to Your Mission

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

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

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 ...
Generosity Varies by Time of Day – When Do Your Donors Give?

Generosity Varies by Time of Day – When Do Your Donors Give?

When you're appealing to the generosity of your donors, every second counts... and when that second happens matters, too. Your donors are busy, and th ...
Drawing Lessons From The Kentucky Derby

Drawing Lessons From The Kentucky Derby

Were you one of the millions of Americans who tuned into the Kentucky Derby this past weekend? I've always wanted to go and take in the action at Chur ...
Small Nonprofits: How Do You Stack Up?

Small Nonprofits: How Do You Stack Up?

So your nonprofit isn't as big as the United Way or Goodwill, but you're still doing good work. But all the Big Research that you could compare your o ...
Tips to Perfect the Art of Storytelling

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

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 ...
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