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The Covenant House donors give to every kind of cause including cultural, environmental, health, political, global, children's, humanitarian, religious, and social. Covenant House has provided help for 46,000 homeless and runaway youths in the past year. They also offer a variety of services such as healthcare, education, vocational preparation, recreation, mother/child programs, and transitional living programs. Contact Peggy O’Keefe at Infogroup Data Solutions, 402.836.5690

 
 
 
 
            
 
Passion Boosting New Major Gifts
 
The development staff members at the University of Oregon cast their lines for bigger fish at the start of the university’s current fundraising campaign which began in 2010. For the university’s previous campaign, the development staff had set out to raise $600 million and wound up with more than $850 million.
 
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Check out NPT's NEW Video Series on NeuroFundraising!  Click here to learn more.

 
 
 
 
    
 
DRTV Getting Much More Personal with Viewers
 
The child’s eyes are significant. The look of the mother is a potential drawing point. Research is conducted in search of the most heart-wrenching, emotional stories. From a dozen possible stories, seven are selected for air, a focus group assisting in identifying the strongest story to be repeated during the segment.
 
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Contact Darryl Canfield with questions, or for placement, @ 973-401-0202 x204 or by email at darryl@nptimes.com

 
 
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How to get great letters of commitment
 
Great letters of commitment don’t just materialize. Getting them takes effort. A desperate, last minute appeal to a partner organization is likely to blow your credibility and bring in a tepid letter committing paper clips rather than cash. The quality of the letters attached to your proposal will directly reflect the quality of your collaborative process, according to Barbara Floersch of the Grantsmanship Center in Los Angeles.
 
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