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Joanne Oppelt Consulting collaborates with nonprofit organizations to help build revenue streams, create sustainable funding, and increase positive net income. Joanne is a seasoned rainmaker with a distinguished track record of success. During her more than twenty-five years working in the nonprofit arena, she has built successful fundraising programs at every stop, helping her organizations grow capacity and more effectively fulfill their missions.

She is also the author or four books published by CharityChannel Press:

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How to Build Donor Relationships with Individuals

If you don’t approach individual donors by asking for money, how do you approach them? How do you build strong relationships that will keep them giving year after year?

Successful Nonprofit Fundraising is NOT About the Money

Successful nonprofit fundraising is not about the money. How can that be? Isn’t the whole objective of fundraising to raise money?

Fundraising Success: Pay Attention to the Bottom Line (Part 6)

This is Part 6 of my six-part weekly series on achieving fundraising success for your nonprofit agency. In this last installment, we discuss why you should pay attention to the bottom line.

Fundraising Success: Validate Your Donors and Funders (Part 5)

This is Part 5 of my six-part weekly series on achieving fundraising success for your nonprofit agency. In this fifth installment, we discuss why it's important to validate your donors and funders.

Fundraising Success: Foster the Relationship (Part 4)

This is Part 4 of my six-part weekly series on achieving fundraising success for your nonprofit agency. In this fourth installment, we discuss how important it is to foster the relationship.

Fundraising Success: Strategic Partnerships (Part 3)

This is Part 3 of my six-part weekly series on achieving fundraising success for your nonprofit agency. In this third installment, how vital it is to develop partnerships with other community organizations.