Here’s my first post about Brene Brown’s incredible 2012 book, Daring Greatly. This week I want to talk about what you can do to […]
Webinar title: Getting Board Members to Fundraise with Gail Perry Webinar date: June 18th, 2014 Webinar time: 3pm ET, 2pm CT, 1pm MT, 12pm […]
Over the last two weeks I’ve chatted with lots of people on this mailing list. And I’ve found that I want to work more […]
How can you choose the right executive director? Here’s your first tip. Don’t choose a current board member. It may seem a convenient […]
How much is the right board member worth to your organization? A door opened for a sponsorship of $5,000 or more? A board-member hosted […]
If your nonprofit is new, making a tiny amount of money with events, or has a disengaged board, it might be time to […]
Why Nonprofit Fundraising Staff are Shafted, and What to Do About It
If you’ve ever had a crazy fundraising job, you need to read this post.
Here’s a secret blog post from October 2009, that I put on my private blog, before I had started Wild Woman Fundraising.com. It was just after I finished a crazy job, and so many things on this list rang true for me.
Pam Grow has put together a fantastic post about what foundation directors want. It’s a video. From 501videos. And I love it because; 1. […]
Lately, thanks to my friend Christina Attard, I’ve been reading a book called Fry the Monkeys by Alan Kay. In it, I am learning […]
Have you ever tried to write your appeal letter by committee? Did you ever regret that you let other people have input into your […]
Does your board suffer from one of these lizard brain reactions?
Don’t ship on time. Late is the first step to never.
Procrastinate, cling that you need to be perfect.
Are you a nonprofit employee? Do you want a clear system to figure out if your nonprofit boss is doing right by your organization […]