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    Your Board Members as Ambassadors

    In Board Fundraising, Working with Boards On April 19, 2017 Comments Off

    This article is excerpted from Andy Robinson's book, What Every Board Member Must Know, Do, and Avoid Who’s talking about your organization . . . right now? If… Read More »

    A Board Member’s Guide to Asking the Right Questions

    In Board Fundraising, Volunteers and Fundraising, Working with Boards On January 9, 2017 Comments Off

    This article is adapted from Gayle Gifford’s book, How to Make Your Board Dramatically More Effective, Starting Today ($24.95 each + shipping, quantity discounts available). For more information… Read More »

    What Volunteers Need to Know About Fundraising

    In Board Fundraising, Fundraising, Volunteers and Fundraising, Working with Boards On May 4, 2016 Comments Off

    By Kay Sprinkel Grace In my book, The Busy Volunteer’s Guide to Fundraising, I discuss a range of truths that must be understood and taken to heart by… Read More »

    Making Finances Warm and Cuddly for Your Board

    In Working with Boards On December 15, 2015 Comments Off

    An Interview with Andy Robinson and Nancy Wasserman, authors of The Board Member’s Easier Than You Think Guide to Nonprofit Finances. In your book, The Board Member’s Easier… Read More »

    Precepts for the Supremely Successful Board

    In Board Fundraising, Working with Boards On July 14, 2015 Comments Off

    Jerold Panas is author of The Fundraising Habits of Supremely Successful Boards, Making a Case Your Donors Will Love, Asking, The Fundraiser's Measuring Stick, and Mega Gifts: Who… Read More »

    What You Absolutely, Positively Must Know About Motivating Boards to Raise Money

    In Board Fundraising, Working with Boards On May 26, 2015 Comments Off

    By Kay Sprinkel Grace, author of The Ultimate Board Member’s Book, The Busy Volunteer's Guide to Fundraising, and Over Goal! When I work with boards, we inevitably get… Read More »

    What You Absolutely, Positively Must Know About the Board’s Role in Donor Cultivation

    In Board Fundraising, Cultivating Donors, Fundraising, Major Gifts, Working with Boards On February 24, 2015 Comments Off

    By Thomas Wolf, the author of How to Connect with Donors and Double the Money You Raise Here’s a dilemma. Your organization has a new board member –… Read More »

    Major Gifts Fundraising: The Questions I Hear Most Often

    In Board Fundraising, Case Statements, Cultivating Donors, Donor Solicitation, Major Gifts, Working with Boards On November 5, 2014 Comments Off

    Andy Robinson, author of How to Raise $500 to $5000 From Almost Anyone and Train Your Board (and Everyone Else) to Raise More Money (with Andrea Kihlstedt) answers… Read More »

    Do You Agree with America’s Top Fundraisers?

    In Annual Reports, Board Fundraising, Cultivating Donors, Donor Newsletters, Donor Solicitation, Fundraising, Fundraising Communications, Major Gifts, Working with Boards On May 27, 2014 Comments Off

    To read a description, see the table of contents, or read an excerpt from any of these featured books, click on its cover. You claim in your book,… Read More »

    Jerold Panas on Board Dilemmas: “Questions I’m Most Often Asked”

    In Board Fundraising, Fundraising, Working with Boards On May 21, 2014 Comments Off

    From: Jerold Panas I’d say two or three times a week, a staff person will ask me how to solve a problem with their board. “How do I… Read More »