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Fundraising–it’s not brain surgery

Throughout my development career—almost 30 years now—I have been reminded regularly that fundraising just isn’t brain surgery.  But I’ve begun to think that maybe it is.  If it isn’t, if it is something that is not very hard and doesn’t … Continue reading

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Studying Your Capacity

I don’t know about you, but I work best when I have a deadline.  A real—even if self-imposed—one.  For example, I produce a monthly newsletter (sign up at http://janetlevineconsulting.com) and I am pretty rigorous about getting it out the week … Continue reading

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Targeted Fundraising

It was one of those “Duh!” moments.  We were talking about creating a fundraising plan, so the organization would stop lurching from one (not very well thought out) idea to another; each one more or less disappointing.  The word “plan” … Continue reading

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