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31 07, 2018

Is the Tide Changing of Nonprofits Selling-Out to Donors?

By |July 31st, 2018|blog, Nonprofit Leadership, personal|Comments Off on Is the Tide Changing of Nonprofits Selling-Out to Donors?

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A few days ago, my researcher was discussing with a global nonprofit their fundraising efforts, and she was informed that the organization does not accept gifts that could compromise its integrity or place the charity in an awkward position, which is a good […]

24 07, 2018

The Single Reason I Got a $20.3 Million Grant for My Nonprofit Startup

By |July 24th, 2018|Nonprofit Leadership, personal|Comments Off on The Single Reason I Got a $20.3 Million Grant for My Nonprofit Startup

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Although the summer months are a usually a quiet month, and I’ve had the opportunity to enjoy a fantastic vacation in Hawaii, I’ve still been busy at work. I’m in the process of writing two essential pieces of content. One is a book […]

10 07, 2018

5 Easy Fundraising Ideas for Small Nonprofits

By |July 10th, 2018|blog, Development, news|Comments Off on 5 Easy Fundraising Ideas for Small Nonprofits

Today I want to give a shout-out to Nonprofit Pro.

If you’re a nonprofit leader or fundraiser, this is a source you should be taking time to read each week. In 2018, they experienced growth in readership of 18 percent to over 71,000 readers because they provide […]

3 07, 2018

When A Donation Goes to Fundraising and Not Programs

By |July 3rd, 2018|blog, Development, personal|Comments Off on When A Donation Goes to Fundraising and Not Programs

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Some time ago I spoke to a nonprofit executive who had great news. She had been talking to an influential person in the community who asked her a simple question.

“If you could do one thing to expand the work you’re doing in the […]