I travel a good bit, speaking at conferences, and I also lead a lot of webinars. So it’s no surprise that I get asked a LOT of questions about fundraising. I don’t mind answering them, and I’m tickled that people feel comfortable enough right after meeting me to ask a question. Sometimes, the questions make30

I love it when readers write in and share their thoughts. Last week’s article “Go From Squeamish to Successful When You Ask For Money” apparently struck a nerve. Thanks to all who told me how much you got from that. One was so good I wanted to share it with you. Here’s some nonprofit fundraising30

Did you know there’s an upper limit to how much money you’re comfortable asking for? It’s called a money ceiling and we all have one. We’ve all got a number and it’s somewhere close to the biggest gift you can imagine getting. Can you see yourself asking for and getting $500? How about $5,000? $50,000?30

If you want people to give more money to your nonprofit, it’s simple: help them FEEL good about your mission and their experience with you. That’s right – it’s all about building a relationship. And nobody does it better than Daniel Watson. Daniel is the Executive Director at The Restoration House in Knoxville, TN, an30