Monthly Archives: June 2010

Why the vuvuzela doesn’t quite cut it as an SPP

Which term in today’s title is less familiar to you–vuvuzela or SPP? If it’s SPP–which stands for Signature Participation Project, the initial calling card of Transformational Giving–click here and check out our past posts on the subject to get up … Continue reading

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Why you should not outsource your fundraising

Tedfellow Peter Haas asks a question always worth re-examining in his post entitled Show me The Money-Disasters, Restrictions, and The Future Of The Fundraising Industry. The question: Why shouldn’t a nonprofit organization outsource its fundraising to a professional fundraising contractor? … Continue reading

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A Grand Vision of What Donor Development Can Be Coming From, Um, Tax Preparation Software

We get letters–well, emails, anyway. (When was the last time you received a handwritten letter? Nope, cards don’t count.) An especially good email came in last week from one of the nonprofit leader champions I coach personally. It went like … Continue reading

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