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Tag Archives: relational fundraising
In fundraising, we often talk about Annual Giving, Major Gifts, Grants…..but really, there are three types of fundraising: Arms length—the fundraising we do from a distance, assuming our mission is so important that donors, regardless of how we lump them … Continue reading
Technology. I love it. I hate it. It’s made keeping in touch so much easier. It’s made being meaningful about those touches so much more difficult. That’s a minor problem when you are talking about your personal network. It’s a … Continue reading
When you find yourself at a meeting with a donor, do you ask that donor for another gift or do you ask the donor questions that will allow you to get to know him or her better? This may sound … Continue reading
I spent much of yesterday catching up on work reading. You know, those reports, articles, ebooks and blogs mainly on fundraising and issues surrounding it. And I noticed two things: 1. Most of what being said and especially that which … Continue reading