Nonprofit Blog Carnival call for submissions: Care and feeding of presidents

I’m honored to be hosting the February 2014 Nonprofit Blog Carnival! In previous years, February has been dedicated to how to show yourself (the fundraiser) some love and how to show donors love so they’ll want to keep coming back. This year, we’re going to take a different approach. Send me your Presidents, your CEO’s, […]

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Using Clear, Bold Language That Inspires Action
Today I’m delivering a training called Fundraising: Imagine What’s Possible at the Global Ties>U.S. National Conference in Washington, D.C. Global Ties is formerly NCIV: The National Counc…

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Tips and Resources for Evaluating your Fundraising Efforts

All month we have been stressing the importance of knowing where you are, tracking your outcomes and measuring your efforts for you know exactly how your fundraising is going and so you can stay on track to reaching your monthly and yearly fundraising goals. (If you haven’t already done so, grab your free copy of […]

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Great sale on powerful tools for nonprofit fundraising –

Chris Davenport over at 501Videos surveyed nonprofit professionals and board members last week. The top two things they said they wanted help with were: finding new donors, and keeping the donors they already have So over at, he’s offering incredible savings on a bundle of 100 Donors in 90 Days and The Donor Retention […]

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2013 set records for charitable giving

If you’re waiting for a rising tide of charitable giving, you may already have missed it.
Charitable giving in the U.S. reached an all-time high of $416 billion in 2013, according to the Atlas of Giving’s latest report on giving in the last 12 months, an increase of 13.3% over 2012. Looking ahead, the Atlas projects […]

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