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What’s in a Name? Three Things Arts & Culture Nonprofits Should Know About Naming Rights

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The desire many donors have for their generosity to be remembered in some tangible way has been a part of philanthropy for a long time. In fact, the first evidence […]

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An Investment Miracle

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What is the safest, highest-yielding investment vehicle available today? You won’t find it in The Wall Street Journal. It resides in the nonprofit sector, and it goes by the name of Capital Campaign. It’s probably the best kept secret in the investment world.

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Turning a “No” into $200,000

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TCG client Rig Riggins, CEO of the YMCA in Spokane, is the star of today’s Movie Monday from 501 Videos.  Rig’s team was able to turn an otherwise uninterested corporate […]

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Methow Conservancy Campaign at 99% of Goal!

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The Methow Valley is the place to be this Memorial Day weekend. On Saturday, in true Methow-style, the Conservancy has gathered donors and community members together to say thank you […]

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Who Says People Aren’t Giving to the Arts in a Down Economy?

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Certainly not the Arts Council of Snohomish County! This year, the Arts Council is completing their “Live, Learn, Create” capital campaign. In partnership with Artspace, the Council is creating a […]

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To Your Health…or Vitality?

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With the onslaught of holiday parties comes the annual “small talk” tour.  How’s the year been for you?  Fair to middling, thanks.  What are you reading right now?  “The Girl […]

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New York, New York, Big City of Dreams

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When I moved to Seattle 20 years ago, I gave up access to the New York edition of The New York Times. My Saturday and Sunday mornings are punctuated by […]

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A Real Community Challenge

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A current TCG campaign client, the Methow Conservancy, put a big challenge out to its community this summer. It wasn’t the typical fundraising challenge, where raising a certain dollar amount […]

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Grover Explains “Getting the Green” for Community Colleges

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Stuart Grover, TCG’s Chairman Emeritus, debuted his latest book “Getting the Green: Fundraising Campaigns for Community Colleges” this week.   With community colleges facing increased enrollment and decreased public funding, “Getting the […]

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Securing Maximum Gifts from Donors

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I am writing today’s blog post from Anchorage where I have been meeting with two of our firm’s clients: Camp Fire USA Alaska Council and Anchorage Neighborhood Health Center. Members of […]

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