The Small Nonprofit’s Guide to Budgeting

Budgets. Ugh.   Not everyone’s favorite topic.   Yet a budget is a critical tool in managing your nonprofit.   And way too many small nonprofits operate without one.   A nonprofit budget can bring so many positives: Finances are much easier to manage because you know what expenses and revenue to expect. Success is

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The ONE change you need for a Great New Year

It’s the new year and time to make resolutions for a better year. Or not. Personally, I don’t like making resolutions. It just feels too hard to stick to them. My goals are always too lofty and I fall short within a few days, then I feel like a failure. Or I’m so busy still

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SIMPLE Actions = Effective Annual Fundraising Plan

This is the time to review or update your annual fundraising plan. It’s not the time to try too many new strategies. The best, most effective annual fundraising plan that will raise more money and awareness? I say keep it simple

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What Have You Done For Yourself Lately?

One of the best ways to succeed is to feel supported. I believe the very best way to success is with the tools, videos, and coaching I have collected for you. They are all shared in the Ignite Your Fundraising Results Program.

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Parents sue over a school auction art sale

Imagine your school selling one of its class art projects for $50,000! Wonderful, right? Not in one case.  It landed in court. In a recent blog post, I shared the Vanity Fair story of Harvey Weinstein and his auction donations at a 2015 gala in France.  He’s currently being investigated for the questionable financial dealingsRead On >

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Building an Effective Online Donation Page: 5 Expert Tips

It’s likely that your nonprofit already accepts online donations. After all, who wouldn’t want to reach wider audiences of potential donors and provide them with the opportunity to contribute to your cause in just moments of their day?   However, if you haven’t recently revised your organization’s online donation page, you may not be getting

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Year-End Round Up: Top 10 Articles of 2018

As the year winds down, I thought we’d take a look back at some of the most popular posts on the Get Fully Funded blog this year.   Catch them now if you missed them earlier, or re-read them to see if there’s more you can glean.   1. 10 year-end fundraising mistakes to avoid: https://getfullyfunded.com/2018/09/04/10-year-end-fundraising-mistakes-to-avoid/

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