Monthly Archives: March 2009

Playing for Change…

Song Around the World “Stand By Me”

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Are we at an “Inflection Point”?

“Inflection Point” has long been a term in calculus for a point of change.   I started seeing it in economic and social commentary late last year, and Thomas Friedman has now put it front and center in his New York … Continue reading

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What works in fundraising: A brilliant idea

Our friends at SOFII posted this marvelous ICAN Adopt-a-Word Campaign.  Take a look.  And don’t miss the… Impact:  “In just six months Adopt a Word has increased our online donations by over 2500 percent. All off an investment of about … Continue reading

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What works in fundraising for some: Endless renewals and “Renewal to Recrui

Continuing my review of the big batch ‘o fundraising mail I amassed recently, two recurring approaches … 1) Renewing those long expired.  And I do mean LOOOONG expired. I donated $15 to the Republican National Committee in the early 1990s.  … Continue reading

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