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3 MORE Things Your Org Needs to Succeed at Fundraising

Ready for more after reading part one? I thought so! Here are 3 MORE top-down approaches to improving your charity’s fundraising efforts. Like my first list, you’ll notice that these do not directly involve the fundraising team. Here we go. … Continue reading

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3 Things Your Org Needs to Succeed at Fundraising (spoiler: none of them involve fundraisers)

Hi there! Ever wonder what more you can do or say when your organization is looking for more fundraising revenue? The majority of established mid- to large-size charities look to major gifts from individuals to secure sustainable funding, and donor … Continue reading

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Tracking Donor Relationships: Your Cheat Sheet for Raiser’s Edge

  Some relationship fundraisers dread using their customer relationship management system (CRM). Too complicated – too fussy – too many tabs – too many other things to do instead!   Raiser’s Edge is a great example of a very common … Continue reading

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How to Study for the CFRE Exam

Did you read my other post on prepping for your Certified Fundraising Executive certification (CFRE)? If not, check it for tips on how to get your points for the three categories. Once you have those, you can study and register … Continue reading

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How to Get Your CFRE

Hi friends! Please enjoy this 3-minute audio post on how to get started on your Certified Fundraising Executive designation, the global credential for the fundraising profession. This post focuses on the 3 categories of points that you need before writing the … Continue reading

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Give Up On Getting Your Board To Fundraise?!

A 3-minute audio blog on when and why to give up trying to get your board to fundraise, and some better ideas on how to spend your (and their) time.

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