Working in a small nonprofit can be tough. You wear a lot of hats and it’s easy to feel like the Lone Ranger. There are so many things to do, that some of them are outside your comfort zone. Like, so far outside your comfort zone you feel like you’re facing the30
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You may have heard or read the famous Gandhi quote:
Beliefs Become Thoughts“Your beliefs become your thoughts,
Your thoughts become your words,
Your words become your actions,
Your actions become your habits,
Your habits become your values,
Your values become your destiny.”
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Your important work requires philanthropic support. Philanthropists are people who support important work.
The only thing holding those philanthropists back from making a significant contribution to your work is that someone (YOU) failed to make the invitation.
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I hear it all the time: How do I get my Nonprofit Board to help with fundraising? Sometimes it sounds more like this: “ How do I get my Board to make their own donation? I need 100% Board giving for a grant.” “What does it take to get my30
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School auction themes can be inspired by children’s books, just as “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” influenced this school fundraiser. Watch the video.
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The words we choose make a difference. We know this. Why, then, in our fundraising, do we use some of the same, tired phrases and words over and over and over again?
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It’s October and it’s a great time to plan your fundraising efforts for next year. Planning doesn’t have to be hard or take a lot of time, but it does require some serious thought. When you take the time to sketch out the details for the coming year, you’ll set yourself up30
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Here are two perfect uses for Pinterest when planning your auction. I like Boards for sharing attire ideas with guests, and decor ideas with the committee.
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Your organization has no cute kids, puppies, or people that you regularly serve. But you keep hearing that you’re supposed to share those “mission moments” about real people to engage your community. How does sharing powerful stories work for you?
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