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I feel churlish complaining about 7 weeks in London. It’s a wonderful city—but I’ve been here several times, most recently two years ago And there are so many other places I’d love to see. I come here—or to Paris, Madrid, … Continue reading
Truth in advertising. Ha! I’m in London for 2 months, and wanted to join a gym. That seemed like it would be both easy and reasonable. Neither turned out to be true. Despite all the ads—£60 for 60 days (the … Continue reading
The appeal was of the sky is falling variety. Government funding is down. We need you to replace those funds. Less people attended our gala; we need you to step up. Annual giving has tanked—be the solution to our problems. … Continue reading
Donor tracking systems are a lot like spouses or teenaged children. Can’t live with them….well, you know that song. Nevertheless, it is true. Without adequate information on your donors, you can’t appropriately steward them, and you probably won’t solicit them … Continue reading