Whether you like it or not, we’re living in a world of constant change, and fundraising as we knew it has changed. Business as usual is simply is never going to be the same. How are these challenges and changes affecting your organization? Your staff? Your donors? The people you…Continue reading
This week I turn 60. I never imagined I would still feel like I’m 38 or 42 for this milestone birthday. Alas, these years have taught me a lot. I’ve taken some time to reflect and have come up with a list of what 60 years of living taught me…
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When each day feels like the same as the day before, it can take more brain power to keep our donor communications fresh. Before I share my four powerfully simple ways to keep donors engaged – even during a pandemic, let’s talk about a few important communication reminders: • Now…
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Pandemic storytelling. Is it different? What stories are you sharing these days? How can you powerfully use storytelling now? Are the rules different?
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I share these stories to help me and all of us listen, educate ourselves, and stand in solidarity with these and all Black women fundraisers.
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With no children of my own, I often think about what my legacy will be when I die. I’ve realized, especially right now, that YOU are my legacy.
It is people like you who do the hard work and implement actions I recommend. You are carrying on the legacy of helping others do more, do better, and have all the money you need to do your important work.Continue reading