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Guest Post: Fundraising As a Vocation, Not a Job

Fundraising Profession // June 23, 2014

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After I read this post by Lynne Wester, I e-mailed her about re-posting it here for all of you and she graciously agreed. Please feel free to leave comments here or in Lynne’s original post. Dan There are two types of people that work in nonprofit fundraising. Distinct and telling differences emerge when you examine [...]

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Are you talking to your donors?

Cultivation, Fundraising // May 26, 2014

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A recent Wall Street Journal article about a $100 million gift from billionaire couple Henry & Marie-Josee Kravis to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center reminded me of the simple power of talking to and engaging donors in our work. The article shared how the gift started . . . with a simple conversation: It grew [...]

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Join me this week for a webinar on nonprofit board service!

Board of Directors // April 20, 2014

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Are you interested in nonprofit board service? Or not sure if you have something to offer as a nonprofit board member? I’m co-hosting a webinar with the Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy (EPIP) this Wednesday, April 23rd from 3-4 pm EST. Come learn about what board service is really like and how to get onto a [...]

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Quick Tip: Uncovering Wealth Among Your Prospects & Donors

Fundraising // April 9, 2014

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In the last six months, I have been spending anything from a few minutes to an hour or so each week looking up lost I-House alumni in the hopes of being able to reconnect with them. During this year’s Association of Donor Relations Professionals NYC Regional Conference, one of the presenters mentioned that one of [...]

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Happy 2014!

Uncategorized // January 9, 2014

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  Happy New Year from The Good Steward!  The year ahead will be full of plenty that will keep me busy, but most of which will also be shared with you, dear readers. Some notable highlights for the year ahead: As of January 1st, I am serving as Vice Chair of the Young Nonprofit Professionals [...]

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Top 3 Reader Favorites from 2013

Communications, Fundraising // January 1, 2014

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In case you missed any of them and to be a bit reflective as we proceed into 2014, I wanted to share the top three posts that were written last year.  They cover a few of the different areas and concepts that were discussed here on The Good Steward last year and I hope that [...]

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3 Steps to Take if You Want to Join a Nonprofit Board

Board of Directors // August 27, 2013

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Cross-posted from Idealist Careers Earlier this month, I shared some ways that serving on a non-profit board in the last year has helped my career.  I thought that it was only fitting to move onto some strategies for getting yourself onto a board. First of all (and most importantly), get the idea out of your head [...]

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4 Ways Being on a Nonprofit Board Can Help Your Career

Board of Directors, Fundraising Profession // August 13, 2013

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I recently wrote a post for Idealist Careers sharing four ways that serving on a nonprofit board has helped my career.  I hope that you’ll check it out and share your comments here or on the Idealist site. And keep your eyes peeled for a follow-up post on strategies for getting onto a nonprofit board!

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I’m Quoted . . .

Cultivation, Fundraising, Stewardship // July 10, 2013

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As you can see above (feel free to click the photo to  zoom in), I was quoted in the newest book on major gifts fundraising, Rainmaking: The Fundraiser’s Guide to Landing Big Gifts by Andrew Olsen, CFRE & Roy Jones, CFRE.  If you are interested in learning some great strategies for starting or refreshing your [...]

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4 Tips for Managing a Student Giving Program

Fundraising // June 24, 2013

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Last month, we completed the tenth annual Resident Members Gift Campaign (RMGC) at International House.  As my colleague was out on maternity leave, I served as the lead advisor to the Campaign Co-Chairs and their Steering Committee.  I am proud to report that this was a banner year, as the residents were able to break [...]

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