Three Good Things: Creating Miracles in Fund Development

Oliver, Erika K.
January 2011
Nonprofit World;Jan/Feb2011, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p10
The article discusses the strategy for fund development in nonprofit organization. It explains the importance of developing a long-term relationships with donors and of communication miracles to connect organization's mission. It also emphasizes the three good things to raise fund such as sharing goof things about work to cultivate prospects, sharing three good things about the organization when asking for support, and sharing three good things for the good work causes by donation.


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