6 Now-or-Never Summer Reboots

Getting Attention

Our daughter Charlotte is finishing up a blissful summer at a few different day and overnight camps. Instead, I set out an a discovery mission—asking fellow nonprofit staffers and consultants how they reboot to tee up for a great fall and forward.

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3 Nonprofit Marketing Skills I Learned from Aunt Frances

Getting Attention

Take her lead to strengthen your nonprofit marketing approach, and results: 1) As different as we are from one another, we also share a lot in common. What have your learned from your friends and relatives that has strengthened your nonprofit marketing skills?

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Aunt Frances’ Key to Relationship Building

Getting Attention

Like the satisfaction I feel after doing my monthly stint at the local food pantry, or my husband, Sean, and daughter, Charlotte, feel after their weekly shift at the youth garden, where they grow and harvest vegetables for another local food bank.

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5 Ways to Stay Smart & Engaged

Getting Attention

She got me… The rain was pouring down this morning as our daughter, Charlotte, was getting ready to walk to school, so I caved and drove her. It’s the ONLY way to ensure our marketing and fundraising content is relevant, while fueling our personal satisfaction.

Reclaim Back to School: Stay Energized, Relevant and Top of Your Game

Getting Attention

Our daughter, Charlotte, started fourth grade today, and the pumped-up energy at line up this morning got me thinking. It’s the ONLY way to ensure our marketing and fundraising content is relevant, and a vital way to ensure our own satisfaction.

Level One Donor Feedback: Fixing Things for Individuals

The Agitator

This distinction is important because it means that Definitely-Not-Canadian Airlines would not pay for the hotel at which I had to stay for six hours before flying back to Nashville through Charlotte. You, Dear Reader, have never required me to pay to go to Charlotte against my will. (If