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Posts Tagged ‘Donor Recognition’

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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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Will Your Nonprofit Accept Money from a Marijuana Business?

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What would you do if a marijuana business approached your nonprofit and offered to donate a percentage of its proceeds to your organization? What if that business wants to put your […]

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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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Reflections from the Major Gifts Symposium

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Yesterday I attended a fundraising revival of sorts, the second annual AFP Major Gifts Symposium in Seattle. Along with 300+ fundraising professionals, trustees, and CEOs, I was challenged to refresh […]

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What Do Peapods and Philanthropy Have in Common?

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The role of social media in nonprofits is getting an enormous amount of attention these days. Without a doubt networking tools enable your organization to build a level of awareness previously unimaginable […]

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How To Get Donors to Make You Their Top Charity

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Check out this video of Collins Group President & CEO Aggie Sweeney discussing strategies to  help your organization become the top priority for your donors. Movie Mondays: How to Get […]

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Northwest Maritime Center’s Compass Rose a Beautiful Way to Thank Donors

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Check out the Pennisula Daily News’s story on Northwest Maritime Center’s compass rose created by donor pavers.  A beautiful, lasting, and organization-appropriate way to thank donors to their campaign.   http://www.peninsuladailynews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2009307289995

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