Fundraising Friday | July 31, 2015

July 31, 2015

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Mary Cahalane submitted this week’s Power of Nonprofit Storytelling | Simple. Powerful. Actionable.

Still struggling with surveying and donor feedback? Keep it simple. This week’s What’s in my Inbox.

In this week’s What’s in my Mailbox, Rachel Ramjattan explains why Food for the Poor’s latest campaign had her at hello.

How do you start your day? Implementing this simple daily habit can transform your organization’s individual giving.

Let gratitude be the guiding cornerstone of your fundraising and marketing plan. How your crummy thank you feels. New from Mary Cahalane.

Are you letting technology determine what you read? An interesting piece about social media. And, frankly, it’s why I’m here: to cut through the lame materials mega corporations push on you.

A simple reminder. It can wait. Share it with those you love.

Why every fundraiser should at least consider address label mailings. New from Jeff Brooks. Somehow I missed the original post from Sean Triner (shame on me), but definitely check out.

Beth Kanter with Five Ways to Help Your Nonprofit Learn from Feedback (and Earn More Funding Too!) (and don’t forget The Agitator’s free feedback widget)

Fantastic end-of-year fundraising (already?!) Nonprofit Blog Carnival with 18 tips to rock yours – from Joanne Fritz. Read more about the Nonprofit Blog Carnival and sign up to receive notifications here. If you’re a nonprofit consultant, you’ll definitely want to consider contributing and sharing the good works of the carnival. AND, look for a special announcement next month about my newest hands-on program to double your year-end results.

How to Help Your CEO Succeed at Major Gifts. New from The Veritus Group.

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