Monthly Archives: May 2011

A Transformation from Transformational Giving to Whole Life Offering, or Why the New Look for the Blog?

Somewhere around 1920, Robert Frost wrote: Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, and sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler , long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it … Continue reading

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What Does New Donor Acquisition Look Like in Transformational Giving? A Case Study from Buzzard’s Bay

Jon Howard from the Butterfly Effect reported recently on a new donor acquisition campaign from New Bedford, Mass that I think nicely presents some of the elements of what such should look like in a Transformational Giving framework. Captain Ahab … Continue reading

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Fundraising Wisdom from the Desert Fathers: Why You Should Keep Practicing Transformational Giving Even if You’re Really Bad at It

Call me crazy, but I have a hunch that there may not be a lot of common readership between my blog and the Huffington Post religion section. So as a public service to you, dear reader, I read said religion … Continue reading

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