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It’s natural to feel nervous before asking for a charitable gift. Reframe your approach to make fundraising inspirational, meaningful, and fun.
Choose words that say what you mean. Using more evocative language will help you inspire donors, build partnerships, and communicate with clarity and focus.
Asking great questions will lead to meaningful, values-based conversations that will help you connect with others. Those connections can lead to lasting partnerships and ongoing connections for your nonprofit.
A hilarious case study about the value of proofreading, and some tips to help you avoid embarrassing errors.
If we create an avatar of our ideal donor, and we connect with people who embody the avatar’s characteristics and values, will their innate altruism kick in? And… can we stop chasing donors that are unlikely to be a “match”?
Most nonprofits focus on what they want from their boards. What if they thought about what they can do FOR their boards, to help the board members be inspired and successful?
Everybody can be great, because everybody can serve.
- Martin Luther King, Jr.