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Posts Tagged ‘Major Gifts’

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Early Returns: Giving increased again in 2015

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We often get asked, “What changes are you seeing in giving in the Northwest?” Behind the question is inevitably a concern regarding how global economic uncertainty, national issues spotlighted in […]

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Is a wealth screening a worthwhile investment?

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“We have this donor database, and it is filled with names of people about whom we know very little. I just know that there are people in there who have the […]

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It’s 3:00am – Do you know how engaged your donors are?

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Ever lie awake at night wondering how you’re going to “get to” that enticing prospect that could take your campaign from “feasible” to “successful?”  Here’s how to take the guesswork […]

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All Alumni are Not the Same

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I loved graduate school. I moved across the country to attend grad school and not only had a wonderful adventure, but a fantastic education that I truly value. I loved […]

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Reflections of a Benefit Luncheon Junkie

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Is there really a recession underway?  I am a benefit luncheon junkie.  I attend an amazing amount every year and I never fail to be inspired, renewed, and rejuvenated at […]

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There’s Never Been a Better Time to Ask

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For nonprofit organizations in every sector and every region of the country, 2009 has been a challenging year for fundraising. And with the great majority of personal contributions given in […]

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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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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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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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