Volunteer and Board Member Cultivation


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Utilize “showcase events” to develop new fundraising relationships
Utilize “showcase events” to develop new fundraising relationships Sat, Jun 27, 2009 Another way to take full advantage of your events is to use them as a re-activation tool for inactive members and volunteers. Read More

7 suggestions for inspiring “outside the box” solutions
7 suggestions for inspiring “outside the box” solutions Fri, Mar 27, 2009 Instead of waiting for a magical idea to strike, take action steps to create those outside the box solutions you are seeking. Read More

Does your nonprofit create a first-rate customer experience?
Does your nonprofit create a first-rate customer experience? Fri, Feb 27, 2009 Too many nonprofits are so focused on doing good that they forget to pay attention the good business practices that can make a positive difference for achieving their mission. Read More

5 tips for keeping your nonprofit’s volunteers
5 tips for keeping your nonprofit’s volunteers Fri, Feb 27, 2009 Large numbers of people each year are giving up on their volunteer activities, creating a revolving door of volunteers triggering a never-ending cycle of recruiting and training to replace those who have left. Read More

How to improve relationships with board members
How to improve relationships with board members Tue, Jan 27, 2009 Look to experts for suggestions on how to help improve board member relationships. Read More

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