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Sharing Your Progress: 12 Phrases that Give Your Donors Credit for Helping

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

million goal for water projects in Rwanda. “Sharing Your Progress” season is coming up fast. That’s when you talk about the highlights and victories of your year, and thank donors for helping you make it happen.

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A fundraising tip: Choose hope over hopeless

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

Soon after the genocide in Rwanda, researcher Paul Slovic asked some research subjects whether they were willing to give money to deliver desperately needed water to a refugee camp in Zaire (now Congo) to save 4,500 lives. Some of the people were told the refugee camp had 11,000 people in it. Others were told it had 100,000 people in it. Either way, the number of lives that could be saved was 4,500. But guess what? People gave less when they thought the camp was bigger.

Real Life Horrors for Halloween

Wild Woman Fundraising

Sometimes the violence in the Congo and Rwanda can seem like too much to bear. Rwandan Children of Rape- Photoessay by Mother Jones. On Saturday I went into four different craft stores, and Halloween decorations were everywhere. “Boo!&# said a banner. “SCARY SAVINGS!&#

Is Talking About Spirituality and Social Change Taboo?

SocialButterfly

To highlight the potential of this network, she shows how there are three rudimentary hospitals in Western Rwanda yet 726 churches. What shapes your world view? How does your world view influence your work to change the world for the better?

Is Talking About Spirituality and Social Change Taboo?

SocialButterfly

To highlight the potential of this network, she shows how there are three rudimentary hospitals in Western Rwanda yet 726 churches. What shapes your world view? How does your world view influence your work to change the world for the better?

Free Advertising for Your Nonprofit

A Small Change

As you’ve probably noticed this month I’ve been promoting a nonprofit, The Wellspring Foundation encouraging people to help a school in Rwanda. This has made me realize that we could all really benefit from showcasing the many different campaigns and nonprofits that we represent. Starting next month I am going to provide an area on my sidebar, available for free, for you to promote your nonprofit or campaign.

Cause Marketing Follow-Up on Gneral Mills' Win One Give One Promotion

Cause Related Marketing

This time the diorama is of a village in Rwanda and the featured child is a boy named ‘Jean-Luc.’ General Mills is back with it’s Win One Give One promotion, “with,” as I wrote about the promotion back on May 18, 2011, “the item in question being a XO laptop computer.”