The Executive Director was afraid that if he brought me to the board retreat to talk with the board about their fundraising responsibilities, they would feel dissed and he would seem ungrateful for the work they do do.
When Mark Astarita recently compared some charities to pound shops, he was right on the button. Just like the pile 'em high, sell 'em cheap stores found on our high streets, charities have jumped on the discounting bandwagon.
The recent passing of Leonard Nimoy has reminded us how cool a character Mr. Spock was. And -- who would have guessed -- Mr. Spock has a lot to teach us fundraisers. Here are four of those lessons: Be logical.
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