How to sell date-sensitive item donations that can’t be sold at your auction gala

This nonprofit was given a donation of NFL tickets, but the game date was five days before their gala. Here’s how they rapidly converted the auction item donation into cash.

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12 Cool tools to raise more money in 2018

  It takes time to plan and execute a stellar campaign to raise money to fund your ongoing operations.   And for those working in a small nonprofit, time is your most precious resource.   When was the last time You had an empty “to do” list? Had time to just sit and think? Felt30

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The Best of Nonprofit Fundraising: Top 10 articles of 2017

  Every week, we work hard to bring you an info-rich article with practical, ready-to-use information for fundraising in the small nonprofit.   Here are the top 10 most popular nonprofit fundraising articles from 2017.     1. How do I ask strangers for money? If you like cold-calling, go right ahead. If not, get some ideas30

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Want to Raise Bigger Gifts for Your Non-Profit? Tell a Bigger Story!

This week’s article was written by Joe Garecht   How big is your non-profit’s vision?  What kind of a story are you telling your donors to make them want to give transformational gifts to your organization?  If you’re like most non-profits, one of the major reasons you aren’t raising more major gifts is because the30

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Fundraising Truth #7: Your fundraising nonprofit will never outgrow your ability to lead it

  Your small fundraising nonprofit depends on your leadership ability to survive and grow.   It’s like this: every garden has a farmer.   Someone has to have a vision for the garden and what it can produce.   Someone has to plan what to plant and where so the soil isn’t overtaxed.   Someone30

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Fundraising Truth #6: Your search for funding may have you barking up the wrong tree

&nbsp: It’s the middle of December. &nbsp: Tons of nonprofits are out there asking for money. I bet you’ve noticed. &nbsp: Are you getting your share? &nbsp: Do you know where to search for funding for your nonprofit? &nbsp: And not just little bits, but amounts that put you over goal like my clients Lisa,30

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Perfect Your Peer-to-Peer Fundraising in 5 Simple Steps

This weeks article is by Abby Jarvis from Qgiv, an online fundraising service provider.     There’s no doubt about it: peer-to-peer fundraising is here to stay.   Nonprofits of all sizes and causes have been able to soar to new fundraising heights thanks to the magic of peer-to-peer (or P2P) fundraising campaigns. In addition30

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Tell Your Money Story with Images

The California Symphony fundraising infographic was highlighted in a recent article in the Chronicle of Philanthropy. They share a terrific example of how to show the impact of annual gifts to busy supporters and tell your money story with images.

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Fundraising Truth #5: A written fundraising plan puts you on the path to success

  A fundraising plan changes your likelihood of success.   I can’t think of any big, successful nonprofit that got to where they are now without a plan.   Having a written fundraising plan moves you from being reactive to proactive which keeps you moving purposefully toward your goals.   A plan can keep you30

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