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    CONNECTING IN UNCERTAIN TIMES

    Posted by Jan Brogdon on Mar. 19, 2020

    When you consider all the things you have no control over right now, it can be overwhelming. However, there is one thing you can control. People need authentic, caring connections with others now, maybe more than ever. And you, as a non-profit leader, can role model how to display that warmth and concern over the next couple of weeks.

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    Topics: Donor Engagement, Donor Relations, Relationship Building

    SLOW AND STEADY

    Posted by Kim Hinrichs on Sep. 17, 2019

    Recently my family of four sat down to a "friendly" game of Monopoly.  My two competitive sons and husband were eager to gobble up any property that became available to dominate the game and thereby be proclaimed Monopoly champion.  

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    Topics: Donor Cultivation, Donor Relations, Relationship Building

    CULTIVATING CURIOSITY

    Posted by Jan Brogdon on Sep. 13, 2019

    Do you have a friend or a colleague who is GREAT at asking questions? You know, the person who always seems to just know more about the people and circumstances in their lives than others? They don't just draw you into conversation, they help you build a stronger connection through the interaction.

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    Topics: Donor Relations, Cultivation, Relationships

    SILOS VS. CHANNELS

    Posted by Peggy Vinson on Feb. 5, 2016

    One of the more challenging aspects of annual fundraising for a nonprofit never fails to surprise me, and it’s a by-product of past success.

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    Topics: Annual Fundraising, Donor Relations, Cultivation

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