Sometimes it’s hard to tell what is and isn’t funny or appropriate – and ultimately the donor or prospect will decide. I won’t make any comments on this one, but will post it for you to form an opinion. Below the video, I’ve pasted in a few comments they have received so far – it’s… More To Rap or Not to Rap?
A little something to make you smile today. . . We’ve had two of these signs in our employee parking lot for years, and they never fail to make me smile. All the other signage is traditional, but when looking out for the expectant mothers, we have two spaces by the door with signs that… More Future Donors Park Here
In 2009, I wrote a post about “The Perfect Intersect” that I would like to revise. Not because I believe any less in the value of the post, but because I’d like to add a very important caveat. . Original Post: When Interests Collide Too often, we spend all of our time letting others know… More When Interests Collide *Revised*
This post may have less to do about fundraising and more about me complaining, but if you squint really hard you can link the two. Especially if you travel quite a bit as part of your fundraising activity. You see, I have a problem. It’s a loss of in-flight productivity due to the ‘no electronics… More 15 x 2 = 30. . . And that’s a bunch!
We all know the treatment of our organization’s supporters impacts their behavior. We strive for higher renewal rates, more gifts, bigger gifts, etc. and tie it all back to how we treat those who give. Is our receipt timely? Did we thank them properly? Are we sharing how their support made a difference? The list… More Maria Garcia Can Help Your Nonprofit