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9 Ways To Make Major Giving Happen Online
If you think that major donors rely solely on face-to-face interactions when making giving decisions, you may want to reconsider the idea. They often rely on the Internet to conduct research on charitable organizations, their programs and how well they are fulfilling their missions.
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Whose Job is It, Anyway?
In small nonprofits, it’s not unusual for one staff person to handle the entire grants process. These lonely grant professionals design programs, decide whether to enter competitions, represent the organization in community meetings and partnerships, develop budgets, and submit the proposals with little oversight. 
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