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    NEEDY VS WORTHY

    Posted by Bruce Berglund on Apr. 23, 2019

    I have the wonderful opportunity to learn from our clients and their volunteers across the country. The wonderful balance of staff and volunteer engagement makes this work rich and rewarding.

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    Topics: Volunteer Leadership, Board Leadership, Development, Making The Ask, Donor, Nonprofit

    RETHINKING COMPETITION

    Posted by Sara Luke on Jul. 22, 2015

    Recently, I was speaking with a new client about their case for support. One of their primary concerns was how to distinguish their organization’s work with seniors from “the competition.” They identified their competition as other local retirement and assisted living facilities.

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    Topics: Case For Support, Donor, Nonprofit

    WHO LOVES YOU? SIX WAYS TO IDENTIFY TOP PROSPECTS

    Posted by Jon Simons on Mar. 18, 2014

    One of the key things any campaign needs to be successful is a strong prospective donor base. Seems obvious enough, but many organizations spend more time on the plans for their new building than they do on cultivating the donor relationships that could make that dream a reality.

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    Topics: Development, Donor, Prospect

    YOUR TIMELINE IS NOT OUR CRISIS

    Posted by Bruce Berglund on Mar. 4, 2014

    I must admit that I am a bit impatient. My patience (or lack there of) has been tested in 2014 as travel delays due to weather (think polar vortex) have been maddening. I can’t wait for spring!

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    Topics: Leadership, Major Gifts, Capital, Donor

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