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The board member sighed. “What you are suggesting is old fashioned fundraising,” she said. Things have changed so enormously. “Tell me more,” I said, knowing exactly what she would say: More people are giving online Mobile devices are how … Continue reading →
More and more of my clients are asking me to include social media as part of (and, occasionally, in lieu of) a larger planning process. At first, I demurred. I’m an old lady, and social media is a younger person’s … Continue reading →
You should never try to write a blog when you are depressed. Great literature, maybe, but a blog—especially one where the main purpose is to help others do their job better—No. I’m not really depressed. Just feeling a little overwhelmed. … Continue reading →
We were talking about how important it is for fundraisers to work their database. Most of us are small enough that, really, we could call every single donor at least once a year. But, one of the participants commented, “You … Continue reading →