This weeks article was written by Greg McRay from The Foundation Group.     One of the least understood compliance issues facing nonprofits is charitable solicitations registration. Consequently, this also makes it the filing that an organization is most likely to be delinquent concerning.  And that’s a recipe for trouble…trouble that is unnecessary and totally30

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When you the Lone Ranger in your nonprofit trying to raise money and do a hundred other things, it’s tough.   You have too many things to do and some days, you just don’t know where to start. It’s easy to get overwhelmed and fall into the Trap of Trying.   You try this. Then30

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The name of the game in fundraising is asking for money.   Yet so many people avoid it like the plague.   That’s a real problem when it’s part of your job.   Maybe it’s one reason why lots of people struggle with raising money – they avoid the parts that are actually the most30

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Here we are in the heat of the summer, and I’m thinking about the cool temperatures of Fall.   Actually, I’m thinking about how to raise more money this Fall.   It’s closer than you think and will be here before you know it.   If you’re a Last-Minute Lucy or Larry, and usually wait30

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This weeks article is written by Christy Noel from MobileCause.     Did you know crowdfunding campaigns raised $17 billion dollars in 2016, according to crowdsourcing.org? In addition, the Chronicle of Philanthropy states 18% of all digital donations now come from peer-to-peer fundraising campaigns.   Crowdfunding used to be a novel way for entrepreneurs to30

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This week’s article is written by Clay Boggess from Big Fundraising Ideas   You know the old trope: a family of four is in a station wagon on Route 66. “Are we there yet?” The parent inevitably answers, “No!” This exchange repeats itself over the course of hours. The children are agitated they’re not where30

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