Have you ever wondered what your life would be like if you didn’t work in the nonprofit sector? Are you worried that your life […]
Have you ever been told or read that you should be communicating your non-profit’s impact to donors? Penelope Burk wrote about this in Donor […]
MT: Hey, everybody. Welcome. This is Mazarine Treyz of Wild Woman Fundraising, and I am very pleased today to be interviewing Claire Axelrad […]
I want to thank you for reading, for buying my products and engaging my services this year. I am so grateful to you, my […]
Are you tired of not having a plan every year? Is the whole “oh no we can’t make payroll” thing getting a little old? […]
Everyone’s talking about privacy since Edward Snowden became a whistleblower on the NSA (National Security Administration). He recently leaked a powerpoint that was for […]
Do you have a question you’d like answered on my blog? Would you like to be interviewed for my site? Would you like the […]
Recently I’ve been reading a library book called The Personal MBA, and it’s a synthesis of all of these business books that the author […]
but… your e-newsletter is your most powerful social media tool. Earlier this year I taught a webinar with 100+ people how to create more […]
This post is inspired by Ann Friedman’s Best Things of 2012 Best Social Media book to come out in 2012: The Wild Woman’s Guide […]
Dear Reader, I hope that you, like me, have been taking a break and blissfully not doing any work at all around the holidays. […]
I am answering reader questions! Because Wild Woman Fundraising Readers ROCK! 🙂 So what questions are we answering today? On 11/09/2012 06:01 PM, Sarah […]
Have you read this blog? It’s called Good Intentions Are Not Enough, and it is EXCELLENT. If you have ever done international aid work, […]
Let me tell you about Louise. Louise lives alone in her own home. Her children live out of town. Her income is enough to cover her monthly expenses.
But sometimes she forgets to pay her bills.
She also hired people to do things around her house and they over-charged her.
Sometimes she went to the bank several times a day to withdraw money.
It wasn’t long before she began having financial problems. Her checking account was overdrawn, and her property taxes were delinquent. The day she received a disconnect notice from the utility company, she panicked and asked her bank manager for help. He. . .
Today we are answering more marvelous reader questions! Darya Asks: Where to find grants for a center for children in New Hampshire? ————————————————— Dear […]
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Ooh Girl, not that kind! I made a new website! It was time. Because when you have; A business teaching social media, Some fundraising […]
Recently, a friend of mine, who formerly had the title of Assistant Director of Development, was hired as a Development Manager. She’s got tons of experience and has raised TONS of money. Ah, and her salary? $45,000 a year. And she didn’t negotiate. And she was the youngest person who applied for the job, and the least experienced. I think they probably hired her because they thought they could get away with paying her less. She’s an incredible fundraiser, and deserves more.
But is her experience unique?
I did a quick job search of craigslist for how much people are paying fundraising people and…