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Just Published: Storytelling in the Digital Age: A Guide for Nonprofits

We're pleased to let you know that Storytelling in the Digital Age: A Guide for Nonprofits, by Julia Campbell, has just been released. It is available on Amazon in both paperback version and Kindle version (including Kindle Unlimited). Storytelling is the most effective way for nonprofits to to grow support and to keep donors engaged. It's all about…

Just Published: Storytelling in the Digital Age: A Guide for Nonprofits

Storytelling is the most effective way for nonprofits to to grow support and to keep donors engaged.

[Press Release] New Book: Fundraising for Churches, by Linda Wise McNay and Sarah B. Matthews

Nashville, TN (April 28, 2017) -- CharityChannel Press, the publishing project of the CharityChannel professional community, has just published a book for churches and faith-based organizations needing to raise money, including annual operating support as well as capital and endowment funds for building and maintenance. Fundraising for Churches: 12 Keys to Success Every Church Leader Should Know, by Linda Wise McNay and Sarah B. Matthews, is the latest in the popular In the Trenches™ book series.

Author of Opening the Door to Major Gifts Interviewed by the Chronicle of Philanthropy

Veteran CharityChannel colleague John Greenhoe, author of the hit book, Opening the Door to Major Gifts: Mastering the Discovery Call (CharityChannel Press), is featured in an article just published by the Chronicle of Philanthropy.  The article, “Smart Questions to Ask Donors Before Seeking Money,” by Maria Di Mento, discusses what to ask during the discovery call on a donor.…

Just Published: Grantsmanship for the GENIUS

Goodwin Deacon, a master grantwriter, and Ken Ristine, a senior program officer with decades of experience, have teamed up to take us into the mind of the grantmaker and provide a step-by-step guide to crafting a proposal that is simply irresistible. Grantsmanship for the GENIUS gives us an insider’s perspective perspective of the funder—whether a foundation, corporate donor, or government agency—that will quickly put us miles ahead of the game.

[Press Release] New Book: Fundraising for Museums, by Linda Wise McNay

Nashville, TN (October 8, 2015) -- CharityChannel Press, the publishing project of the CharityChannel professional community, today publishes a book that aims to guide museum leaders in stepping up their fundraising effectiveness. Fundraising for Museums: 8 Keys to Success Every Museum Leader Should Know, by Linda Wise McNay, is the latest in the popular In the Trenches™ book series.