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January 16, 2018

Continued Success: Refocusing for the New Year

Congratulations on your successful end-of-year fundraising campaign! After all the hard work put into the final fundraising push of the year, you definitely deserved that extra plate at Christmas dinner and the extra drink (or drinks) on New Year’s Eve – cheers. But now it’s 2018 and the ball has dropped. It’s time to make sure you’re not dropping the ball. Here are a few things you can focus on in the first few months […]
January 16, 2018

6 Back to School Lessons To Boost Your Online Fundraising

The holidays are over, and kids and college students are packing up book bags and suitcases and heading off to their respective halls of knowledge to learn about the Pythagorean theorem and the significance of metaphors in 18th-century British literature. But what about you? What do you want to learn more about this semester? There are any number of fantastic courses available, but the best place to start is right here. In this article, we’ll […]
January 13, 2018

A Surefire Way to Help Your Executive Director Complete Fundraising Tasks

Have trouble getting your executive director to make their calls and schedule appointments with major donors? You’re not alone. Executive Directors Often Mean Well, But … The other day, I spoke with Marlene, a campaign director, whose executive director is wonderful in most every way, except—and it’s a big exception—that he had trouble actually getting around to the critical major gift calls he had to make for their campaign.
January 12, 2018

How to Convince Leadership to Adopt New Technology

Nonprofits, like all other successful organizations, need to keep up with the tools of the times. It’s important that your board of directors understands the importance of new technology in letting your organization run like a well-oiled machine. Technology should be intuitive, affordable and able to grow with you, and your board should be willing to provide that for you. Here are some tips on how to convince leadership that adopting or buying new technology […]