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It was a job I didn’t get. The organization, not a startup but one that had never done any serious fundraising, was feeling the crunch. They needed, it was decided, someone to help them create a fundraising plan. That’s what … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, a friend sent me an email with the word “Disgusting” on the subject line. The text of the message was all about the fact that 379 of the people on last year’s Forbes 400 did not … Continue reading
I had this great blog posting. It was insightful, funny, made a really important point. But I can’t remember what it was about. And, of course, I didn’t write it down. “I won’t forget this one,” I thought. Famous last … Continue reading
There are two immutable facts about fund raising. The first is that it is all about relationships. The second, which follows seamlessly on the first, is that your best prospect is an existing donor–if you have treatedthat donor well. A … Continue reading