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  • The funder/grantee relationship has many angles

    By The NonProfit Times — May 13, 2011

    The conventional wisdom that people donate to people is still a fundraising cornerstone. And the same adage works between nonprofits and funders, according to Cynthia L. Bailie, The Foundation Center director of Cleveland office and special online initatives, and Michael J. Parry, president of Community Health Partners Regional Foundation in Lorain, Ohio.

  • You’ve got to tell them about it

    By The NonProfit Times — May 13, 2011

    If you want donors to give online you have to remind donors of that option, according to Valerie Lambert, assistant director of development at Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth in Baltimore.

  • Give me an A. Give me an S. Give me a K.

    By The NonProfit Times — May 13, 2011

    Do you want to build excitement around your capital campaign? It might be time to enlist the help of some cheerleaders, according to Michael J. David-Wilson, executive director for the Middlesex County College Foundation in Edison, N.J.

  • 5 things to think about

    By The NonProfit Times — May 13, 2011

    Grant writing doesn’t begin when your pen touches paper or fingers tap away at the keyboard, according to Bret L. Heinrich, director of advancement at The OASIS Institute based in St. Louis, Mo.

  • 5 ways to beat donor abandonment

    By The NonProfit Times — May 13, 2011

    How many times have you ditched an online purchase because of the information form? Retailers call the ditch consumers make between the item interest and credit card information submission “abandoned shopping carts,” partly due to bulky information forms.

  • 8 connections to young donors

    By The NonProfit Times — May 13, 2011

    Young donors in the 20 to 40 age demographic are unique. Some have never lived in a household without a computer. Many are on at least one social networking site. Some actually think reality T.V. is normal.

  • A lecture series can score real cash

    By The NonProfit Times — May 13, 2011

    Money talks — or lately around the country — gasps. But nonprofits are finding that talk can mean money.

  • 5 tips for getting news releases used

    By The NonProfit Times — May 13, 2011

    Want to write a press release, but have no idea where to start? Janet Rice McCoy, assistant professor at Morehead State University, and Jeanette Drake, associate professor at Kent State University, explained the essentials in “PR Bootcamp: Media Kits” at Blackbaud’s 2008 Conference for NonProfits.

  • Helping your donors set their giving goals

    By The NonProfit Times — May 13, 2011

    Many fundraisers approach the idea of planned giving through asking for money and aligning the request with mission.

  • Watchdogs can help your marketing effort

    By The NonProfit Times — May 13, 2011

    One way by which nonprofits can deflect a bad image caused by fundraising scandals is the use of watchdogs, organizations that study the operations of organizations and report on their findings.


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