Capital Campaign Events and PR (Part 5)

This is Part 5 of a series I’m writing on conducting a capital campaign. This is a follow-on to my prior series on capital campaign readiness. A key ingredient of a successful campaign is having a pool of donors to solicit. In this installment, I’ll talk about capital campaign events and PR.

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Identifying and Cultivating Donors in a Capital Campaign (Part 4)

This is Part 4 of a series I’m writing on conducting a capital campaign. This is a follow-on to my prior series on capital campaign readiness. A key ingredient of a successful campaign is having a pool of donors to solicit. In this Part 4, I’ll talk about identifying and cultivating donors in a capital campaign.

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Capital Campaign Budget (Part 2)

This is Part 2 of a series I’m writing on conducting a capital campaign. This is a follow-on to my prior series on capital campaign readiness. In this installment we’ll discuss the capital campaign budget. There are two budget areas that must be considered when embarking on a capital campaign—the project budget and the capital campaign budget.

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Should the Nonprofit CEO Follow or Lead the Board in Fundraising?

The nonprofit CEO should be a leading partner with the board in development. The CEO is the advanced guard when it comes to fundraising. First to be successful, the CEO has to be alert to all places where funds can be raised with the CEO’s own initiative. This involves everything from developing grant requests to

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[Press Release] Just Published: Fundraising for Schools, by Linda McNay

Rancho Santa Margarita, CA (October 14, 2014) — CharityChannel Press, the publishing project of the CharityChannel professional community, today announced that it has just published Fundraising for Schools: 8 Keys to Success Every Head of School Should Know, by Linda McNay.

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