Looking at One Gift Four Ways: Counting, Accounting, Credit, and Recognition

  The scenario: Mary Smith, a trustee, has given $25,000 consistently for several years.  She’s also a member of the capital campaign steering committee. Today, the major gift officer delivered
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The Ant and the Grasshopper: Six Tips to Plan the End-of-Year Campaign

The Ant and the Grasshopper, one of Aesop’s Fables, is the story of the grasshopper who plays and frolics all summer long, while the ant plans and works for the
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Volunteer Management and the Salt Shaker Theory

Applying Constant Gentle Pressure to Fundraising Volunteers How many times have you attended (or led) a lively discussion with a fundraising volunteer corps, left energized by their enthusiasm, only to
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The Four Faces of Peer-to-Peer Events

Why, What, and How Peer-to-peer events are an amazingly fast-growing source of funding. P2P event fundraising grew 55% in 2015. The top 30 peer fundraising programs alone raised nearly $1,530,000,000
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12 Steps to Find New Fundraising CRM Software

Fundraising CRM Software

Download this free guide to learn the 12 steps for selecting a fundraising CRM software for your organization Step 1: Recognize the value of the process Step 2: Assemble your
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Giving USA 2017 Infographic

Giving USA 2017

Giving USA 2017: The Annual Report on Philanthropy©, is the longest running, most comprehensive report on philanthropy in America. The Report shows 2016 with steady giving in these uncertain times.
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